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WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 




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WAKE FOREST 




Z. SMITH REYNOLDS LIBRARY 




1986-1990 



Baptist Collection 



WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 
LIBRARY 



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YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
North Carolina 




1986 



Yates 
Baptist 
Association 



4800 Garrett Road 
Durham, North Carolina 27707 
Telephone: 919-489-3396 



Thirty-eight Annual Session 
1986 

9 

Held with Mt. Hermon Baptist Church, Monday evening, 
October 27, 1986; Grey Stone Baptist Church, Tuesday morning, 
October 28, 1986; and Lystra Baptist Church, Tuesday evening, 
October 28, 1986. 

Next session held with West Durham Baptist Church, October 
26, 1987; Homestead Heights Baptist Church, morning, October 
27, 1987«, and Red Mountain Baptist Church, evening, October 
27, 1987. 



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in 2013 



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Table of Contents 

Associate/ Assistant Pastors 76 

Board Members 1 

Brotherhood Officers 5 

Budget 63 

Calendar 10 

Church and Pastors Directory 75 

Church Brotherhood Directors 85 

Church Clerks 87 

Church Deacon Chairmen 88 

Church Media Center/Library Directors 81 

Church Music Directors 77 

Church Secretaries 79 

Church Sunday School Directors ,82 

Church Training Directors 83 

Church Training Officers 4 

Church Treasurers 86 

Church Woman's Missionary Union Directors 84 

Committees (1986-87) 6 

Constitution and Bylaws 18 

Digest of Letters 89 

Directory of Association 1 

Employees 1 

Financial Statement 60 

General Board Members of the Baptist Convention 1 

Historical Table 90 

History of Cheek Heights Baptist Church 65 

History of Durham Baptist Church 67 

In Memoriam 71 

Laubach Literacy Program 6 

Meals for Associational Annual Meeting and WMU Annual Meeting 69 

Ministers of Education 77 

Ministers of Recreation 79 

Ministers of Youth 78 

Ministers Ordained 80 

Ministers Ordained or Licensed During the Year 81 

Music Committee 6 

Officers of the Association 1 

Proceedings of Annual Meeting 26 

Senior Adult Officers 5 

"Singles 30-50" Officers 6 

"Singles Over 50" Officers 6 

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Sunday School Officers 4 

Woman's Missionary Union Officers 5 

TACMO Officers 4 

Yates Baptist Association Churches 73 

Years for Publishing Church Histories 68 

COMMITTEE & ORGANIZATION REPORTS: 

Annual Meeting 29 

Associational Board 37 

Auditor's 58 

Brotherhood 42 

Camp Committee 45 

Church Media Center/Library (TACMO) 45 

Church Training 42 

Community Ministries 46 

Deacon 47 

Director of Missions 53 

Evangelism Committee 48 

Laubach 45 

Ministerial Care Committee 48 

Missions Committee 49 

Music Committee 44 

Ordinations Committee 50 

Public Relations Committee 51 

Senior Adults 51. 

"Singles 30-50" 51 

"Singles Over 50" 52 

Stewardship 52 

Student Work 53 

Sunday School 41 

Woman's Missionary Union 43 

Youth Advisory Committee 53 

STATISTICAL TABLES: 

Church Membership 94 

Sunday School 96 

Church Training 98 

Church Music 100 

Woman's Missionary Union 102 

Baptist Men 104 

Contributions & Receipts 106 

Mission Giving 108 

Special Information 110 



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CHEEK HEIGHTS BAPTIST CHURCH 



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DURHAM MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 



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Directory of the Association 



1986-1987 



Moderator Rev. Crate Jones, P. O. Box 11296, 27703-A; 596-6430 

Vice Moderator J. Frank Shipp, #7 Galaxy Ct., 27705-HS; 471-9078 

Clerk Miss Lois King, 2513 Sparger Rd., 27705-MH; 383-1136 

Treasurer Billy D. Judd, 501 Hugo St., -FI; 477-3528 

Parliamentarian Bruce Little, 3707 Ester Dr., 27703-BA; 596-7750 

Pastors at Large Dr. James I. Murphy, 6900 Garret Rd., 27707-HV; 493-1809 

Rev. Joe Zimmerman, Rt. 3 Box 16, Apex 27502-MP; 362-7951 

General Board Members 
The Baptist State Convention 

Rev. Crate Jones P. O. Box 1 1296, Durham 27703; 596-6430 

Rev. Jerry Harper Rt. 1 Box 388, Durham 27705; 383-2982 



Employees 

Director Rev. Marvin B. Settle, Jr., 5613 Centennial, Durham 27712; 477-3416 

Director of Church/ 

Community Ministries Mrs. Faye O. Bassett, 3607 Cole Mill Rd., Durham 27712; 

383-6432 

Administrative Assistant Mrs. Martha (Martie) McMahon, 3208 Cole Mill Rd., 

Durham 27712; 383-6867 

Secretary Mrs. Saundra S. Stallings, 2515 Rolling Pines Ave., Durham 27703; 

596-7433 

Bookkeeper Mrs. Alice Bates, 4501 Myers Park Dr., Durham 27705; 383-3197 

Camp Caretaker Dale Baker, Rt. 6 Box 181-A, Durham 27703; 596-6689 

Associational Office 4800 Garrett Rd., Durham 27707; 489-3396 



Board Members 



Angier Avenue Mr. Manley Johnson, 41 1 Pleasant Dr., 27703 

Mr. Paul Watkins, 2424 S. Alston Ave., 27713 

Bahama 

Bells M/M Percy Howard, Rt. 1, Pittsboro 27312 

Berea M/M Mack Vickers, Rt. 3 Box 1 16, 27713 

Bethesda M/M Russell Parker, 304 Olive Branch Rd., 27703 

Braggtown Mr. Ralph Cooke, 2423 W. Club Blvd., 27705 

Mr. Robert Holleman, 1514 Hermitage Ct., 27707 

Calvary Mrs. Emma Daniel, 619 Lynn Rd., 27703 

Mr. James Hutchins, 915 Lynn Rd., 27703 

Carrboro 

Cedar Fork Mr. W. C. Colclough, Rt. 1 Box 329, Morrisville 27560 

Mr. Lewis Colclough, Rt. 2 Box 233, Morrisville 27560 

Cheek Heights Mr. Ira Pate, 1111 Midland Ter., 27704 

Mr. L. E. Wood, 1130 Midland Ter., 27704 



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Cresset Rev. Roger Grossmann, 1325 Cole Mill Rd., 27705 

Mr. Wilson Knight, 3810 Hulon St. , 27705 

Durham Memorial Mr. Cecil Vaughan, Rt. 3 Box 39-D, Hillsborough 27278 

Mr. Fletcher King, 339 Chandler Rd., 27703 

Ebenezer Mr. Bobby Riley, Rt. 2 Box 524-A, 27705 

Mr. Gus Riley, Rt. 2 Box 519, 27705 

Edgemont Mr. Gerald P. Williams, 2535 Ross Rd., 27703 

Mr. Rone Davis, 2718 Ashe St., 27703 

Ephesus Mrs. Mildred Markham, P. O. Box 8938, 27707 

Mrs. Nancy Hayes, 391 1 Garrett Rd., 27707 

Faith Mr. Clayborn Morris, 2600 Barwick Dr., 27704 

Ms. Joyce Futch, 232 Debra Dr. , 27704 

Farrington Road Mr. Charles Coleman, 5500-63D Fortune Rdg., 27713 

Mr. George Coggin, P. O. Box 8645, 27707 

Fieldcrest Mr. Thomas Ellis, 3210 Sherbon Dr., 27707 

Mr. Marvin Byrd, 3403 Summerlin Rd., 27704 

Gorman Mr. Jerry Jones, 2512 Bullock Dr., 27704 

Mrs. Lynda Glenn, 5601 Sky Lane Dr. , 27704 

Grace Mr. Richard F. Isaacs, P. O. Box 15597, 27704 

Mr. Gary Carver, 4012 Chaucer Dr., 27705 

Grey Stone Mr. W. W. Griffin, 1829 C-ll Front St., 27705 

Mr. Carl Wallace, 2713 Lawndale, 27705 

Guess Road Mr. Ed Goehring, 2215 Charlotte St., 27705 

Mr. Walter Clark, Rt. 1 Box 348, Hillsborough 27278 

Holloway Street Mrs. Peggy Harris, 424 Belmont St., 27703 

Mr. Howard Harris, 424 Belmont St., 27703 

Homestead Heights Mrs. Mary Whaley, 1516 Kirkwood Dr., 27705 

Mr. Jack Wright, 5100 Inverness 27712 

Hope Valley M/M George Cooke, 4212 Hope Valley Rd., 27707 

Immanuel Mr. Bill Burch, 5502 Craig Rd., 27712 

Mr. Edgar Morgan, 3800 Hilgrand Cir., 27705 

Lakewood Mrs. Barbara R. Smith, 1710 Bedford St., 27707 

Mrs. Oma Lee Smith, 1923 Ward St., 27707 

Leesville Road M/M James Harris, Rt. 4 Box 387-A, 27703 

Lowe's Grove M/M Paul Dismuke, 3616 S. Alston Ave., 27713 

Lystra Mrs. Elizabeth Scott, 70 Dogwood Dr., Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Carmel Mr. Martin Sparrow, Rt. 6 Box 507, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mr. Elward Horton, 575 Whipporwill Ln., Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Gilead M/M Charles Cook, Fearrington Post 279, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Hermon Mr. Marvin Couch, 5325 Old Hillsborough Rd., 27705 

Mrs. Ned J. Smith, 4617 Pinedale Dr., 27705 

Mount Moriah Mr. Troy Wilkins, Rt. 1 Box 156, 27705 

Mr. Robert Gooch, 2012 WaWa Ave., 27707 

Mount Pisgah Mr. J. E. Booth, Rt. 3 Box 240, 27713 

Mr. Jack Foster, Rt. 3 Box 229C; 27713 

New Jerusalem Miss Faye Morris, 1002 Lancaster St., 27701 

Mrs. Betty Sims, 5301 Shady Bluff Rd., 27704 

Olive Branch Mr. George Ray, Rt. 6 Box 321, 27703 

Mr. Paul Nance, 3501 Wake Forest Hwy., 27703 



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Page Road Mr. Carson Moore, 2118 Eastwood Rd., 27703 

Mr. Gene Stinnett, 628 Lynn Rd. , 27703 

Park View Mr. Jerry Neal, 2613 Cascadilla St., 27704 

Mr. Robert Wilson, Sr., 2413 Farthing St., 27704 

Parkwood Mr. Phillip Hartig, 1227 Seaton Rd., T54, 27713 

Mr. Jacque Telford, 1813 Euclid Rd., 27713 

Plainview Mrs. Ruth Preddy, Rt. 5 Box 474, 27704 

Mr. Everette Pendergraft, Rt. 5 Box 688A, 27704 

Red Mountain Mrs. Alma Poole, Rt. 3 Box 52, Rougemont 27572 

Mr. James Horton, Rt. 3 Box 15, Rougemont 27572 

Ridgecrest Mr. J. B. Cash, 217 Midland Rd., 27712 

Mr. Bill Cronin, 4609 Kinlock Dr., 27712 

Rose of Sharon Mr. Leslie Jarrell, 1205 Donphil Rd., 27712 

Rev. Erwin Dillehay, 3804 Rivermont Rd., 27712 

Temple M/M Linwood McCullers, 1 12 E. Maynard Ave., 27704 

Trinity Ms. Dorothy Hicks, 1308 Ed Cook Rd., 27703 

Ms. Irene Ipock, 1735 Wynne St., 27703 

University Mr. Bill Colclough, 1507 Michaux Rd., Chapel Hill 27514 

Mr. Leon Yates, Rt. 7 Box 187, 27707 

Watts Street Dr. John Cheek, 1414 Kent St., 27707 

Mr. P. B. Cole, 2122 Overland St., 27704 

Westwood 

Yates Mrs. Norma Stock, 2836 Chapel Hill Rd., 30-F, 27707 

Mrs. Hazel Pickett, 3308, Chapel Hill Rd., 27707 



A Angier Avenue 

BH Bahama 

B Bells 

BR Berea 

BA Bethesda 

BT Braggtown 

C Calvary 

CR Carrboro 

CF Cedar Fork 

CH Cheek Heights 

CT Cresset 

DM Durham Memorial 

E Ebenezer 

EG Edgemont 

EP Ephesus 

F Faith 

FR Farrington Road 

FC Fieldcrest 



Key 

FI First 

GS Good Samaritan 
GM Gorman 
G Grace 
GRS Grey Stone 
GR Guess Road 
HS Holloway Street 
HH Homestead Heights 
HV Hope Valley 
I Immanuel 
L Lakewood 
LG Lowes Grove 
LR Leesville Road 
LY Lystra 
MC Mount Carmel 
MG Mount Gilead 
MH Mount Hermon 



MM Mount Moriah 

MP Mount Pisgah 

NJ New Jerusalem 

OB Olive Branch 

PR Page Road 

PV Park View 

PW Parkwood 

P Plainview 

RM Red Mountain 

RC Ridgecrest 

RS Rose of Sharon 

T Temple 

TR Trinity 

U University 

WS Watts Street 

WD West Durham 

WW Westwood 

Y Yates 



Sunday School Officers 



Director Rev. Fred Williams, 123 Olive Branch Rd., 27703 - OB; (ch) 596-8907 

ASSIST 

(Associational Sunday School Improvement Support Team) 

General Officers . . . Rev. Fred Williams, 123 Olive Branch Rd., 27703 - OB; (ch) 596-8907 

Growth Spiral Rev. Ron Harrison, Rt. 5 Box 688, 27704 - P; (ch) 682-2591 

Outreach Rev. Larry Taylor, 222 Midland Rd., 27712 - RC; (ch) 477-5426 

Small Church 

VBS Director Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 429 Idlewood St., 27703 - HS; 596-3031 

Adult Rev. Harold Craig, 807 W. Chapel Hill St., 27701; (ch) 688-7397 

Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 429 Idlewood St., 27703 - HS; 596-3031 
Rev. Mark Moser, 414 Cleveland St., 27701 - FI; (ch) 688-7308 

Youth Rev. Wally Fowler, P. O. Box 2686, 27705 - GRS; (ch) 286-2281 

Rev. Dan Parker, 4007 Holt School Rd., 27704 - HH; (ch) 477-3859 
Mrs. Parker Leake, 414 Cleveland St., 27701 - FI; (ch) 688-7308 

Children Mrs. Peggy Craig, 2519 Wilbon St., 27704 - T; 471-4688 

Rev. Roger Grossmann, 3707 Garrett Rd., 27707 - CT; (ch) 489-2655 

Preschool Mrs. Irene Bagwell, 414 Cleveland St., 27701 - FI; (ch) 688-7308 

Mrs. Soundra Middour, 12 S. Circle Dr., Chapel Hill 27514 - CR; 929-9040 



Church Training Officers 

Director Mrs. Ginger Stanhope, 1706 Stacy Dr., 27712 - DM; 477-0898 

Adult Rev. Mark Moser, 414 Cleveland St., 27701 - FI; (ch) 688-7308 

Youth Marc Francis, 1914 S. Miami Blvd., 27703 - BA; (ch) 596-2158 

Children Mrs. Peggy Craig, 2519 Wilbon St., 27704 - T; 471-4688 

Preschool Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 429 Idlewood St., 27703 - HS; 596-3031 

Equipping Center & MasterLife Eddie Hammett, 1004 N. Mangum St., 27701; 

(ch) 688-6765 

Survival (New Member) Rev. Robert D. Weatherly, Rt. 7 Box 185-A, 27707; 

(ch) 489-3425 

TACMO Officers 

(The Associational Church Media Organization) 

Director Mrs. Clara Crabtree, Rt. 2 Box 347-A, Bahama 27503 - BT; 477-4521 

Assoc. Director Mrs. Marie Corn, 231 Latta Rd., 27712 - BT; 477-2987 

Education Director Mrs. Lily Yu, 4801 Berini Dr., 27705 - GRS; 383-0134 

Technical Processes Mrs. Janie Clements, P. O. Box 135, Bahama 27503 - RC; 

477-3484 

Program Chairman .... Mrs. Thelma George, 907 Torredge Rd., 27712 - PV; 477-6902 
Secretary Mrs. Marjorie Watkins, 2501 State St., 27704 - FI; 477-7817 



Woman's Missionary Union Officers 



Director Mrs. Sandra Harrison, Rt. 5 Box 688, 27704 - P; 682-2736 

Asst. WMU Director Mrs. Jerry Williams, Rt. 2 Box 474-A, 27705 - FI; 383-3089 

Baptist Women Director Mrs. Geraldine Mitchell, 2606 Newport Dr., 27705 - GR; 

477-2403 

Asst. Baptist Women Director . . . Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, 1308 Ed Cook Rd., 27703 - TR; 

596-7232 

BYW Director Mrs. Kim Jones, 304 Brandermill Dr., 27713 - GRS; 493-7859 

Asst. BYW Director Mrs. Jean Atwater, Rt. 6 Box 409, Chapel Hill 27514 - MC; 

933-3937 

Acteens Director . . . Mrs. Kaye Clark, Rt. 4 Box 202-B, Pittsboro 27312 - MG; 542-3878 

Asst. Acteens Director Mrs. Carol Roycroft, 3428 Randolph Rd., 27705 - CT; 

489-3079 

Girls in Action Director Mrs. Toni Clarke, 204 Landsbury Dr., 27707 - Y; 493-7126 

Asst. GA Director Mrs. Nora Whitley, 2717 Holloway St., 27703 - DM; 596-6387 

Mission Friends Director Miss Sheila Durham, 1213 N. Miami Blvd., 27703 - HS; 

682-7824 

Asst. MF Director Mrs. Ruth Preddy, Rt. 5 Box 474, 27704 - P; 682-2305 

Mission Action Director Mrs. Augusta Hockaday, 1829 Front St., G-2, 27705 - FT; 

383-1233 

Sec./Treas./Historian. . . Mrs. Helen Mumford, 1 108 Raynor St., 27703 - EG; 682-2465 

Enlargement/Enlistment Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 420 Idlewood St., 27703 - HS; 

596-3031 

Centennial Chairman. . . Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, 1308 Ed Cook Rd., 27703 - TR; 596-7232 



Group I Leader Mrs. Frances Dorrity, 2306 Gate Hill Dr., 27705 - MH; 383-3405 

Group II Leader Mrs. Ethel Arnold, 2103 LaFayette St., 27707 - L; 489-1530 

Group III Leader Mrs. Beverly Clark, 5822 Wilma St., 27712 - RC; 477-0853 

Group IV Leader Mrs. Mary Overman, 217 S. Benjamin St., 27703 - A; 596-3638 

Chorister Mrs. Susan Rogers, 3726 Sunnyside Dr., 27705 - P; 383-0488 

Pianist Mrs. Shirley Shelburne, 3601 Gibson Rd., 27703 - DM; 596-8848 

Program Chairman Mrs. Sandy Harrison & Annual Meeting Committee 

Brotherhood Officers 

Director J. Edwin Couch, Rt. 1 Box 313, Morrisville 27560 - CF; 544-7014 



Baptist Men's President Larry Clarke, 204 Landsbury 27707 - Y; 493-7126 

Royal Ambassador Director Bryce Bates, 4501 Myers Park Dr., 27705 - GRS; 

383-3197 

Senior Adult Officers 

President Mrs. Margaret Rhodes, 3305 Dixon Rd., 27707 - FI; 489-3509 

1st Vice President 

2nd Vice President & Program Chairman Robert Goodwin, 1810 Bethesda Ave., 

27703 -BA; 596-3366 

3rd Vice President & Enlistment Chairman Floyd Rhodes, 3305 Dixon Rd., 



27707 -FI; 489-3509 

Secretary Mrs. Alma Strange, 2807 E. Geer St., 27704 - BA; 688-6088 

Treasurer Mrs. Maybelle Husketh, 3949 Shoccorree Dr., 27705 - A; 383-4633 

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Singles Over 50 



President Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 420 Idlewood St., 27703 - HS; 596-3031 

Vice President Mrs. Pearl Sears, 107 S. Maple St., 27703 - A; 596-6155 

Secretary Mrs. Frances Hoke, 3259 Rose of Sharon Rd., 27712 - GRS; 383-9379 

Treasurer Mrs. Hallie McGhee, 3328 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707 - GRS; 489-2471 

Program Chairman Mrs. Helen K. Mumford, 1 108 Raynor St., 27703 - EG; 682-2465 

Singles 30-50 

President Jerry Atkins, 1608 Carolina, 27705; 286-4028 

Vice President Ms. Ida Morgan, 2623 Bonnie Dr., 27702 - RC; 477-6715 

Secretary Ms. Frances Shook, 1829 Front St., Apt. B-8, 27705; 383-4015 

Telephone Chairman . . . Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, 1308 Ed Cook Rd., 27703 - TR; 596-7232 

Laubach Literacy Program 

Director Mrs. Mary Whaley, 1516 Kirkwood Dr., 27705 - HH; 477-4451 

Music Committee 

Director Rev. Ran Whitley, 2703 Holloway St., 27703 - DM; (ch) 596-7350 

Herbert Gray, 3315 E. Geer St., 27704 - GM; (ch) 688-3947 
Rev. Sarah Harvey, 2100 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707 - L; (ch) 489-2537 
Rev. Thane Kendall, P. O. Box 2686; 27705 - GRS; (ch) 286-2281 
Ms. Pattie Lingafelt, 4430 S. Alston Ave., 27713 - LG; (ch) 544-1888 
Mike McGee, 3102 Guess Rd., 27705 - GR; (ch) 477-4893 
Wiley Oakley, 222 Midland Rd., 27712 - RC; (ch) 477-5426 
Ms. Pam Poston, 2703 Holloway St., 27703 - DM; (ch) 596-7350 
Burke Raper, 1004 N. Mangum St., 27701 - G; (ch) 688-6765 
Rev. Ted Reed, 2819 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707 - Y; (ch) 489-2309 

1986-87 Committees 

ANNUAL MEETING 

(87) - Dr. Tobie Stone, chm., Rt. 2 Box 422-A, 27705 - E; (ch) 383-6668 

(87) - Mrs. Helen Mumford, 1 108 Raynor St., 27703 - EG; 682-2465 

(88) - Rev. John Laverty, P. O. Box 1 1296, 27703 - A; (ch) 596-6430 

(88) - Mrs. Mary Zedick, 561 1 Russell Rd., 27712 - G; 383-1630 

(89) - Mrs. Nancy Lassiter, 3706 Brightwood Ln., 27703 - OB; 682-3076 

AUDIT 

(87) - Mrs. Chesterleen Ricca, chm., 1514 Rosedale Ave., 27707 - T; 489-4540 

(88) - Warren Elledge, Rt. 7 Box 82, 27707 - EP; 489-4803 

(89) - Larry Giles, P. O. Box 2051, Chapel Hill 27514 - FR; 967-8087 

CAMP 

(87) - Chris Hamlet, chm., 917 Englewood Ave., 27705 - WS; 682-3572 

(87) - James T. Ellis, 816 Tinkerbell Rd., Chapel Hill 27514 - CT; 967-3805 

(88) - Don Christian, P. O. Box 1 1025, 27703 - C; 596-6862 



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(88) - Rev. James Laster, 1515 Clermont Rd., 27713 - PW; (ch) 544-1347 

(88) - Robert H. Parnell, 302 Wellington Dr., 27704 - RS; 471-1423 

(89) - Mrs. Candace Black, 4214 Angier Ave., 27703 - BA; 596-4464 
(89) John A. Long, Jr., 3508 Brightwood Ln., 27703 - DM; 688-4794 

George W. Ray, Rt. 5 Box 321, 27703 - OB; 596-7304 

CHRISTIAN LIFE 
(89) - Rev. Larry Taylor, chm., 3018 Little River, Hillsborough 27278 - RC; 

(ch) 477-5426 

(87) - Mrs. Margaret Cash, 2218 Glover Rd., 27703 - EG; 596-4930 

(87) - Mrs. Barbara Davis, 793 Newsom St., 27704 - T; 471-1049 

(88) - Mrs. Nancy Bumgardner, 1203 N. Gregson St., 27701 - T; 682-6466 
(88) - Mrs. Trudy Wall, 3405 Cheek Rd., 27704 - F; 688-7482 

COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 
(87) - Rev. Everette Smith, chm., 2100 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707 - L; (ch) 489-2537 
(87) - Mrs. Jackie Gale, 91 1 Ferncrest Dr., 27705 - EG; 471-8873 

(87) - Michael Lyon, 5910 Ridgeview Dr., 27712 - RC; 477-9074 

(88) - Ms. Joy Maddry, 700 Morrene Rd., B-15, 27705 - T; 383-7959 

(88) - Rev. Fred Williams, Rt. 1 Box 229, Morrisville 27560 - OB; (ch) 596-8907 

(89) - Mrs. Betsy Brinkley, Rt. 7 Mt. Moriah Rd., 27707 - MM; 489-3648 
(89) - Rev. Chris Harrison, 1815 Glenn School Rd., 27704 - FC; (ch) 682-1248 

Larry Clarke, 204 Landsbury, 27707 - Y; 493-7126 

Mrs. Augusta Hockaday, 1829 Front St., G-2, 27705 - FT; 383-1233 

CONSTITUTION 

(89) - Rev. Hugh O'Shields, chm., 1914 S. Miami Blvd., 27703 - BA; (ch) 596-2158 
(87) - Robert Downey, Rt. 4 Box 27, 27713 - LG; 544-1958 

(87) - Larry Johnson, 2213 Conestoga Dr., 27705 - G; 383-1 1 10 

(88) - Roger Upchurch, 3206 Sprunt St., 27705 - WS; 383-4253 

(89) - David Lewis, 328 Fleming Dr., 27712 - RS; 383-6285 

DEACONS 

(87) - Rev. Ron Harrison, chm., Rt. 5 Box 688, 27704 - P; (ch) 682-2591 

(88) - Bill Burch, 5502 Craig Rd., 27712 - 1; 383-6058 

(88) - Mrs. Hazel F. Pickett, 3308 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707 - Y; 489-6675 

(89) - Rev. Joe Bostic, 826 N. Hardee St., 27703 - CH; 683-1019 
(89) - Mrs. Bobbie Smith, 1710 Bedford St., 27707 - L; 489-9560 

EVANGELISM 

(87) - Rev. Ernest Ferrell, chm., 1914 S. Miami Blvd., 27703 - BA; (ch) 596-2158 

(87) - Dr. Michael Fleming, 2039 Bayleaf Dr., 27712 - FI; 477-8120 

(88) - Rev. Richard Hayes, 2500 Acadia St., 27704 - PV; (ch) 477-7497 

(89) - Dr. Tom Jordan, P. O. Box 103, Rougemont 27572 - RM; 477-3657 
(89) - Stacy A. Riddle, 3232 E. Geer St., 27704 - GM; 688-4556 

FINANCE 

(88) - Dr. Larry O. Harper, chm., 4007 Holt School Rd., 27704 - HH; (ch) 477-3859 
(87) - Mrs. Judi Burhans, 1116 Infinity Rd., 27712 - GRS; 477-5170 

(87) - Charlie Council, 431 1 Newby St., 27704 - HH; 471-9474 

(88) - Rev. Don Christian, Rt. 6 Box 473, Chapel Hill 27514 - MC; (ch) 933-8565 
(88) - Mrs. Gladys Thomas, 4834 Kenbridge Dr., 27712 - GR; 471-2408 



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(89) - Mrs. Arlene Harris, Rt. 4 Box 387-A, 27703 - LR; 596-5185 
(89) - Mack Vickers, Rt. 3 Box 116, 27713 - BR; 544-1464 
ex officio - Billy Judd, 501 Hugo St., 27704 - FI; 477-3528 

INTER-FAITH WITNESS 
(88) - Rev. Harold Craig, chm., 807 W. Chapel Hill St., 27701 - T; (ch) 688-7397 

(87) - Rev. James West, 1204 Lynn Rd., 27703 - C; (ch) 596-2592 

(88) - Mrs. Cornelia Williams, 2729 Sevier St., 27705 - FI; 489-8925 

(89) - Mrs. Harold Cobb, Sr., 912 Brandon Rd., 27713 - WD; 596-2345 
(89) - Rev. A. D. Frazier, 4214 Lumley Rd., 27703 - PR; 596-7017 

MINISTERIAL CARE 
(88) - Dr. James I. Murphy, chm., 6900 Garrett Rd., 27707 - HV; (ch) 493-1809 
(87) - Dr. Rollin S. Burhans, 1 1 16 Infinity Rd., 27712 - GRS; 477-5170 

(87) - Rev. Aubrey Quakenbush, 5214 Hillsborough Rd., 27705 - MH; 383-1657 

(88) - Mrs. Rosie Hampton, 3105 University Dr., 27707 - Y; 489-1540 

(89) - Mrs. Harriett Jones, 3106 Appling Way, 27709 - A; 596-6619 

MISSIONS 

(88) - Dr. Charles Harris, chm. , 414 Cleveland St. , 27701 - FI; (ch) 688-7308 
(87) - Mrs. Kaye Clark, Rt. 4 Box 202-B, Pittsboro 27312 - MG; 542-3878 
(87) - Mrs. Ruth Couch, Rt. 1 Box 313, Morrisville 27560 - CF; 544-7014 

(87) - Mrs. Carol Roycroft, 3428 Randolph Rd., 27705 - CT; 489-3079 

(88) - Mrs. Magaley Littlejohn, 2638 Kirk Rd., 27705 - GR; 471-6022 

(88) - Rev. Julian Motley, 3315 E. Geer St., 27704 - GM; (ch) 688-3947 

(89) - Rev. Roger Wall, 3405 Cheek Rd., 27704 - F; (ch) 682-8750 

NOMINATIONS 

(88) - Robert C. Atwater, chm., Rt. 6 Box 409, Chapel Hill 27514 - MC; 933-3937 
(87) - Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 420 Idlewood St., 27703 - HS; 596-3031 

(87) - Rev. Harold Rumfelt, 339 Olive Branch Rd., 27703 - OB; 596-0928 

(88) - Rev. Robert D. Weatherly, Rt. 7 Box 185-A, 27707 - MM; (ch) 489-3425 

(88) - Mrs. Nora Whitley, 2721 Holloway St., 27703 - DM; 596-6387 

(89) - Mrs. Jean Baldwin, 5319 Memory Dr., 27712 - BT; 477-3916 
(89) - J. Ed Booth, Rt. 3 Box 240, 27713 - MP; 544-2247 

ORDINATIONS 

(87) - Rev. Bennie Littlejohn, chm., 3102 Guess Rd., 27705 - GR; (ch) 477-4893 

(87) - Rev. Lee Harris, Rt. 4 Box 120, Pittsboro 27312 - MG; (ch) 542-2431 

(88) - Rev. Bryan Chestnutt, Rt. 7 Box 152, Chapel Hill 27514 - LY; (ch) 933-6324 

(89) - Rev. Michael Berryman, 1415 Holloway St., 27703 - HS; (ch) 688-471 1 
(89) - Rev. Carl Herweyer, P. O. Box 15022, 27704 - BT; (ch) 477-6440 

PERSONNEL 

(87) - Dr. Gerald C. Goodwin, chm., 1415 Holloway St., 27703 - DM; (ch) 596-7350 

(87) - Curtis Crutchfield, 1920 Umstead Rd., 27712 - HH; 383-2294 

(88) - Mrs. Judi Kelly, 391 1 Colorado Ave., 27707 - HV; 489-1575 

(88) - A. C. Sorrell, 35 Glenmore, 27707 - WS; 489-5141 

(89) - Mrs. Louise Clements, 3205 Sprunt St., 27705 - GRS; 383-1218 

PUBLIC RELATIONS 

(88) - Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, chm., 1308 Ed Cook Rd., 27703 - TR; 596-7232 
(87) - Mrs. Sandra Harrison, Rt. 5 Box 721-A, 27704 - P; 682-2736 



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(87) - Fred Rhodes, Jr., 1 121 Shady Ln., 27712 - A; 477-0682 

(88) - Floyd Rhodes, 3305 Dixon Rd., 27707 - FI; 489-3509 

(89) - Ms. Cindy Dorrity, 3744 Guess Rd., 27705 - MH; 383-3405 

RADIO AND TV 
(87) - Garland Weather, chm., 1712 Hillcrest Dr., 27705 - G; 286-1531 

(87) - Mrs. Peggy Yates, Rt. 7 Box 187, 27707 - U; 489-1587 

(88) - Rev. Mac Bare, 2031 W. Club Blvd., 27705 - WW; (ch) 286-1593 

(88) - Mrs. Teresa Modlin, Rt. 7 Box 81, Chapel Hill 27514 - MC; 933-6539 

(89) - George Coggin, P. O. Box 1268, 27702 - FR; 489-6531 

STEWARDSHIP 

(89) - Rev. Jerry Harper, Sr., chm., Rt. 1 Box 389, 27705 - MH; (ch) 383-2982 

(87) - Mrs. Beverly Tyndall, 1412 N. Mangum St., 27701 - G; 682-0012 

(88) - Bobby Fuller, 2621 Cooksbury Dr., 27704 - G; 688-4800 

STUDENT WORK 

(87) Rev. John Hammett, chm., 2031 W. Club Blvd., 27705 - WW; (ch) 286-1593 
(87) - Rev. Paul Howell, Rt. 3 Box 140, Apex 27502 - LY; (ch) 362-4392 

(87) - Rev. Parker Leake, 414 Cleveland St., 27701 - FI; (ch) 688-7308 

(88) - Rev. Richard E. Chorley, P. O. Box 3003, 27705 - WS; (ch) 688-1366 
(88) - Rev. Roger Grossmann, 3707 Garrett Rd., 27707 - CT; (ch) 489-2655 

(88) - Mrs. Cathy Clark, Rt. 1 Box 828, Hillsborough 27278 - PV; 477-3762 

Mrs. Velma Ferrell, Duke-Baptist Student Center, Box 4351 D.S., 27706; 

684-5955 

Rev. Robert Phillips, UNC-Baptist Student Center, 203 Battle Ln., Chapel Hill 

27514; 942-4266 

Rev. Paige Chargois, NCCU-Baptist Student Center, P. O. Box 19353, 27707; 

683-6187 

TRUSTEES 

(89) - Talmadge Lassiter, chm., 3751 Hermine St., 27705 - RS; 477-4230 

(87) - Richard Tew, 6225 Summerfield Dr., 27712 - RC; 471-6238 

(88) - Miss Doris Lindsay, 1 12 High St., Carrboro 27510 - CR; 929-2419 

YOUTH ADVISORY 
(87) - Rev. Marty Tobin, chm., 222 Midland Rd., 27712 - RC; (ch) 477-5426 

(87) - Rudy Griffin, 4702 Seterra Bend, 27712 - WW; 477-1666 

(88) - Rev. Harold Cobb, Jr., P. O. Box 15788, 27703 - GS; (ch) 688-5888 

(88) - Pete Goswick, 2400 Barrymore Ave., 27705 - GR; 477-4822 

(89) - Mrs. Brenda Harrison, 3613 Wishart St., 27704 - FC; 688-8793 
(89) - Rev. Curt Hernandez, 3707 Garrett Rd., 27707 - CT; (ch) 489-2655 
(89) - Rev. Truett Williams, 4007 Holt School Rd., 27704 - HH; (ch) 477-3859 




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1986-87 Tentative Calendar 

(Associational events are in capital letters, all others are state and/or convention events.) 
OCTOBER 1986 

2 TRUMAN BROWN TO LEAD MINISTERS IN LONG-RANGE 

PLANNING 

3 Literacy Missions Retreat, Caraway 

3- 5 RA Counselor Campcraft Training, Caraway 

4 SINGLES OVER 50 

4 Assoc. Acteens Council Training, Munda Vista 

4 See Wake Forest Day (WF vs. VA), Winston-Salem (Brotherhood) 

6- 9 Continuing Witness Training Seminar 

6-10 Preschool/Children's Church Training Leadership Bonazas 

7 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING 

8-10 Senior Adults Retreat, Caraway 

10-1 1 Assoc. Acteens Council Training, Ridgecrest 

10-1 1 Volunteer Music Directors' Retreat, Caraway 

10-12 Family Camping Weekend , Caraway 

11 SINGLES 30-50 

1 1 GIRLS IN ACTION DAY CAMP 

1 1 Crusade RA Rally, Fort Bragg 

13 MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 

13 Regional Evangelism Conference, Winston-Salem 
13-15 Senior Adult Retreat , Caraway 

14 BOARD MEETING 

14 Regional Evangelism Conference, Burlington 

15 Regional Evangelism Conference, Raleigh 
15-17 Senior Adult Retreat, Caraway 

17- 18 Area Deacon Training , Caraway 

18 FOREIGN MISSION STUDY INSTITUTE, GREY STONE 

18 Baptist Young Women Serendipity, First Baptist, Statesville 

18 See Gardner- Webb College Day (GW vs. Catawba), Boiling Springs 
(Brotherhood) 

18- 19 Pioneer Officer-Counselor Workshop, Caraway 
20-23 Sunday School Curriculum Whistle Stops 

21 Church Building Conference 

23- 26 Mega Focus, Baltimore, Maryland 

24- 25 Baptist Young Women's Convention, Ridgecrest 
26 WMU COUNCIL MEETING, LAKEWOOD 

27-28 ANNUAL MEETING 

27, 28, 30 Youth Church Training Discipleship Workshop 

27-3 1 January Bible Study Institutes 

3 1 FATHER/SON BANQUET 

NOVEMBER 1986 

1 TACMO 

1 SINGLES OVER 50 

1 Baptist Women Serendipity 

2- 9 ROYAL AMBASSADOR WEEK 



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3 


BAPTIST WOMEN'S WORLD DAY OF PRAYER 


3- 5 


Church Secretaries Conference, Caraway 


3- 6 


Continuing Witness Training Seminar, Fayetteville 


3- 7 


Sunday School Workers with College Student Tour 


7- 8 


Assoc. Girls in Action Training, Caraway 


7- 9 


NC Baptist Men's Convention & Ministry Conferences, Raleigh 


8 


SINGLES 30-50 


10-12 


Baptist State Convention, Greensboro 


13 


SENIOR ADULTS 


15 


Baptist Women Serendipity, First Baptist Church, Wilson 


16 


American Bible Society Day 


16-19 


FOREIGN MISSION STUDY 


17 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


21-22 


Small Church Pastor/Director Planning 


25 


ASSOCIATIONAL CHURCH TRAINING "M" NIGHT 


27 


THANKSGIVING 


30-Dec. 7 


WEEK OF PRAYER FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS & LOTTIE MOON 




CHRISTMAS OFFERING 


DECEMBER 1986 


Nov. 30- 7 


WEEK OF PRAYER FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS AND LOTTIE MOON 




CHRISTMAS OFFERING 


6 


SINGLES OVER 50 


7 


FOREIGN MISSIONS DAY IN SUNDAY SCHOOL 


13 


SINGLES 30-50 


15 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


17 


COOKIES FOR WOMEN'S PRISON 


25 


CHRISTMAS DAY 


28 


STUDENT DAY AT CHRISTMAS 


26-Jan. 7 


Pioneer Overseas Work Project, Peru 


JANUARY 1987 


1 


NEW YEAR'S DAY 


3 


SINGLES OVER 50 


5- 9 


BIBLE STUDY WEEK 


10 


SINGLES 30-50 


11 


WITNESS COMMITMENT DAY 


12 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


12-14 


Annual Clergy Couples' Marriage Enrichment Retreat, Caraway 


16-17 


Lay Witnessing Meeting, Caraway 


20 


Church Building Conference 


25 


WMU COUNCIL MEETING WITH WMU DIRECTORS FROM 




ASSOC. CHURCHES, YATES ASSOC. RESOURCE CENTER 


25 


BAPTIST MEN'S DAY 


27 


"SHARE" TRAINING FOR FAMILY WITNESSING, BETHESDA 


31 


HOME MISSION STUDY INSTITUTE 


31 


Deadline for Church Application for Student Evangelism Team 


31 


Wake Forest vs. Duke (Baptist Men's Day Game) - Greensboro 


31 


Girls in Action Day Camp Conf., Smithfield 



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FEBRUARY 1987 



1 


BAPTIST WORLD ALLIANCE SUNDAY 


2- 3 


Statewide Evangelism Conference, Greensboro 


3 


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING 


6 


Youth Corps Church Application Deadline 


7 


SINGLES OVER 50 


7 


TACMO 


7 


Girls in Action Day Camp Conf., Hickory 


8 


RACE RELATIONS SUNDAY 


8-14 


FOCUS ON WMU 


9 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


9-11 


ASSIST Training Institutes, Goldsboro and Winston-Salem 


10 


BOARD MEETING 


12 


BAPTIST YOUNG WOMEN SALAD SUPPER 


12 


SENIOR ADULTS 


14 


SINGLES 30-50 


15 


BAPTIST SEMINARIES, COLLEGES, 7 SCHOOLS DAY 


15-18 


HOME MISSION STUDY 


16-19 


Full-time Youth Ministers' Workshop 


20-21 


Youth Handbell Festivals, Cary 


21 


MISSION FRIENDS IN STITCHES, HOLLO WAY STREET 


22 


VOLUNTEERS IN MISSIONS SUNDAY 


23-26 


Continuing Witness Training Seminar 


27-28 


Adult Handbell Festivals, Raleigh 


27-28 


WMU Hotel Meeting - Winston-Salem Plaza Hotel 


27-28 


Disciple Youth Conference, Cary 


27-28 


Statewide Church Growth Conference 


27-Mar. 1 


High School Seniors' Retreat, Caraway 


28 


Wake Forest vs. NC State Baptist Men's Day Game 


MARCH 1987 


1- 8 


WEEK OF PRAYER FOR HOME MISSIONS & ANNIE ARMSTRONG 




EASTER OFFERING 


2- 5 


Continuing Witness Training Seminar 


5- 6 


VBS Clinics (for ASSISTeams) 


6- 7 


Youth Choral Festival, Winston-Salem 


7 


SINGLES OVER 50 


7 


CRUSADER CAR COMPETITION 


8 


HOME MISSION DAY IN SUNDAY SCHOOL 


8-15 


YOUTH WEEK 


9 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


9-13 


MasterLife/MasterBuilder Seminar, Caraway 


13-14 


Youth Evangelism Rally 


13-14 


Language Missions Conf., Caraway 


14 


SINGLES 30-50 


14 


ASSOCIATIONAL BAPTIST YOUTH NIGHT 


15-19 


Focus on Age Group SS Growth Tour 


16 


Regional Adult Choir Festivals 


17 


DEACON WORKSHOP 



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17 Regional Adult Choir Festivals 

20-21 Crusader/Pioneer RA Congress, Winston-Salem 

22 START-A-CHURCH COMMITMENT DAY 

24 LLOYD ELDER IN YATES ASSOCIATION 

26 BAPTIST MEN/RA SPRING RALLY 

27-28 WMU ANNUAL SESSION, RIDGECREST 

27-29 Laity Conference, Southeastern Seminary 

28 Church Weekday Education 

30 Area Doctrinal Seminars - First Baptist Church, Asheboro 

3 1 Area Doctrinal Seminars - Snyder Memorial, Fayetteville 
3 1 -Apr. 1 CCM Skill Development Workshop 

APRIL 1987 

1 Area Doctrinal Seminars - Campbell University, Buies Creek 

2 Area Doctrinal Seminars - FBC, Lincolnton; FBC, Kannapolis; 

Five Points, Wilson 

3- 4 Missions Volunteer Seminar, Mundo Vista 

4 SINGLES OVER 50 

10-1 1 Reach-Teach Retreat for Children's Division Directors, Caraway 

11 SINGLES 30-50 

1 1 GIRLS IN ACTION MISSIONS FAIR 

12 BIBLE DRILL/SPEAKERS' TOURNAMENT 

12 COOPERATIVE PROGRAM DAY 

13 MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 
13-19 JEWISH FELLOWSHIP WEEK 

18 RA TRACK MEET - SOUTHERN HIGH 

19 EASTER 

20-24 BAPTIST DOCTRINE STUDY - DOCTRINE OF PRAYER 

21 WMU ANNUAL MEETING - TEMPLE 

21 Church Building Conference 

24-25 Interfaith Witness Associate Seminar, Caraway 

24-25 Library /Media Conference 

24-25 Single Adult Evangelism Conference, Caraway 

24-26 Counselors' Camper aft Training, Camp Caraway 

24-26 State Acteens Celebration, Ridgecrest 

26 LIFE COMMITMENT SUNDAY 

26 WMU COUNCIL MEETING, YATES BAPTIST RESOURCE CENTER 

27-30 Continuing Witness Training Seminar 

27-29 NC Baptist Music Conf . , Caraway 

28 VBC CLINIC, 7-9 p.m. 

MAY 1987 

1- 2 Instrumental Festival, Greensboro 

1- 2 New Work Pastors' Retreat, Caraway 

2 SINLGES OVER 50 

2 TACMO 

2 RA TRACK MEET (RAIN DATE) 

2 Mundo Vista Workday 

3 SENIOR ADULT DAY 
3-10 CHRISTIAN HOME WEEK 



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4- 7 


Continuing Witness Training Seminar 


5 


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING 


8 


AREA YOUTH BIBLE DRILL/YOUTH SPEAKERS' TOURNAMENT, 




FBC, ASHEBORO 


8- 9 


Baptist Women/Baptist Young Women-Daughter Retreat, Caraway 


9 


SINGLES 30-50 


9 


STA TE CHILDREN'S BIBLE DRILL, FBC, ASHEBORO 


10 


MOTHER'S DAY 


11 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


11-15 


TRUMAN BROWN-INDIVIDUAL CONFERENCES WITH 




CHURCHES 


11-12 


MULTI-FAMILY HOUSING CONFERENCE 


11-13 


KEY LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 


13-15 


Senior Adult Conference, Caraway 


14 


SENIOR ADULTS 


15-16 


Pioneer RA Track Meet, Gardner- Webb College 


15-17 


Deaf Youth Retreat, Camp Caraway 


15-17 


Teachers & Interpreters Conf., Caraway 


16 


BAPTIST WOMEN/BYW PRAYER RETREAT 


17 


BAPTIST RADIO & TELEVISION SUNDAY 


18-24 


ASSOCIATIONAL EMPHASIS WEEK 


18 


BROTHERHOOD ANNUAL PLANNING MEETING 


18-20 


Senior Adult Conference, Caraway 


19 


BOARD MEETING 


20-22 


Senior Adult Conference, Caraway 


23 


STATE YOUTH BIBLE DRILL/YOUTH SPEAKERS' 




TOURNAMENT, FBC, ASHEBORO 


JUNE 1987 




6 


SINGLES OVER 50 


7 


RELIGIOUS LIBERTY SUNDAY 


13 


SINGLES 30-50 


14-15 


Southern Baptist Church Music Conf., St. Louis, MO 


14-15 


WMU Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO 


15 


Camp Caraway Opens for Boy's Camp 


15 


Mundo Vista Season Begins 


16-18 


SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 


19-20 


Lay Renewal Gathering, Caraway 


20-26 


Music LeaderShop Conf., Ridgecrest 


21 


FATHER'S DAY 


22 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


28 


Christian High Adventure Begins 


28 


ANNUITY BOARD SUNDAY 


28 


CHRISTIAN CITIZENSHIP SUNDAY 


29- July 3 


Week of Christian Study 


JULY 1987 




4 


SINGLES OVER 50 


A 
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TNDFPFNDFNrF DAY 


6-10 


Pastors' School, Wake Forest Univ., Winston-Salem 



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Brotherhood Week, Ridgecrest 


7 


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12 


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12-18 


Home Missions Conference, Ridgecrest Conf. Center 


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14 


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14 


Interfaith Witness Skill Shop, Asheville and Morganton 


1 C 1 o 


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GA Mother/Daughter Overnight Camp, Mundo Vista 


17 

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GA Mother/Daughter Overnight Camp, Mundo Vista 


2U-25 


World Missions Week, Caswell 


2D 


WMU OOUJNOIL Mee 1 UNO, I Alto AmUL. KcoUUKLe OllIN 1 tlK 


30-31 


Workshop for Assoc. WMU Council, Caraway 


31 -Aug. 1 


Workshop for Assoc. WMU Council, Caraway 


AUGUST 1987 


1 


SINGLES OVER 50 


4 


TACMO 


8 


SINGLES 30-50 


9 


LANGUAGE MISSIONS DAY 


10-13 


Marriage Enrichment Leadership Conference 


13 


SENIOR ADULTS 


14 


Camp Mundo Vista Closes for the Season 


17 


Regional Music LeaderShops 


17-19 


Happiness Retreat #1 , Caraway 


18 


Regional Music LeaderShops 


19-21 


Happiness Retreat #2, Caraway 


21-22 


Lay Witness Annual Meeting, Caraway 


22-28 


WMU Week, Ridgecrest 


23-29 


Foreign Missions Conference, Ridgecrest Conf. Center 


23-30 


CHURCH MUSIC GROWTH WEEK 


24 


Regional Music LeaderShops 


25 


SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKSHOP 


25 


Regional Music LeaderShops 


28-29 


Church Training Mini-Conference, Caraway 


SEPTEMBER 1987 


1 


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING 


5 


SINGLES OVER 50 


6-12 


BROTHERHOOD LEADERSHIP WEEK 


7 


LABOR DAY 


8 


BOARD MEETING (TENTATIVE) 


11-12 


Volunteer Music Directors' Retreat, Caraway 


12 


SINGLES 30-50 


12 


WMU LEADERSHIP TRAINING 


12-13 


Assoc. RA & Brotherhood Training, Caraway 


13 


WEEK OF PRAYER FOR STATE MISSIONS 


13 


SINGLE ADULT DAY 



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14 MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 
14-17 Continuing Witness Training Seminar 

14-17 Church Training Children's Bible Skills Rallies 

15 ASSOC. BAPTIST MEN/RA FALL WORKSHOP 
15 Assoc. Sunday School Leadership Night 

17- 19 Approved Music Worker Training, Caraway 

18- 19 Sunday School Leadership Training, Ridgecrest 

19 ASSOC.-WIDE WORLD MISSIONS CONFERENCE RALLY 
20-27 WORLD MISSIONS CONFERENCE 

25-26 Sunday School Leadership Training, Caraway 

25-27 Counselors' Campcraft Training 

26 WORLD MISSIONS CONFERENCE YOUTH RALLY 

25- 27 Student Convention, Ridgecrest 

27-Oct. 4 SUNDAY SCHOOL PREPARATION WEEK 

OCTOBER 1987 

2- 3 PROPOSED DATE FOR BAPTIST MEN'S CASWELL WORK TRIP 

2- 3 Literacy Missions Retreat, Caraway 

2- 3 Sunday School Leadership Training, Caraway 

2- 4 Counselor Backpack Training, Caraway 

3 SINGLES OVER 50 

5- 8 Continuing Witness Training Seminar 

6 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING 

7 COOPERATIVE PROGRAM MONTH EMPHASIS 
7- 9 Chaplains/Wives' Retreat, Caraway 

7- 9 Senior Adult Retreat, Caraway 

9-10 Career Baptist Women's Retreat, Ridgecrest 

9-10 Volunteer Music Directors' Retreat, Caraway 

10 SINGLES 30-50 

12 MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 

12 Regional Evangelism Conference, Winston-Salem 
12-14 Senior Adult Retreat, Caraway 

13 BOARD MEETING 

13 Regional Evangelism Conference, Burlington 

14 Regional Evangelism Conference, Raleigh 
14-16 Senior Adult Retreat, Caraway 

16- 17 Deacon Training, Caraway 

17- 18 Pioneer/Baptist Young Men Counselor & Officer Training, Caraway 

20 Church Building Conference 

23-25 Counselors' Campcraft Training, Caraway 

26- 27 ANNUAL MEETING 

26-27 Music Regional Directors, Caraway 

26-30 January Bible Study Institutes, College Campuses 

30-3 1 North Carolina/South Carolina Baptist Young Women Rally, Ridgecrest 

30 FATHER/SON BANQUET 

NOVEMBER 1987 

1- 8 ROYAL AMBASSADOR WEEK 

2 BAPTIST WOMEN'S WORLD DAY OF PRAYER 

2- 4 Church Secretaries Conf., Caraway 



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2- 5 


Continuing Witness Training Seminar 


6- 8 


N.C. Baptist Men's Convention, Winston-Salem 


7 


SINGLES OVER 50 


7 


TACMO 


9 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


9-11 


BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 


12 


flTXTT/M^ A TAT TT r TT"1 

SENIOR ADULTS 


13-14 


WMU Special Leader Training, Caraway 


14 


SINGLES 30-50 


15 


AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY DAY 


15-18 


FOREIGN MISSION STUDY 


19-20 


Sunday School Special Worker Training Enabler Conf., Caraway 


23 


ASSOCIATIONAL "M" NIGHT 


26 


THANKSGIVING DAY 


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DECEMBER 1987 


Nov. 29- 6 


WEEK OR PRAYER FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS AND LOTTIE MOON 




CHRISTMAS OFFERING 


5 


SINGLES OVER 50 


6 


FOREIGN MISSIONS DAY IN SUNDAY SCHOOL 


12 


SINGLES 30-50 


14 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


25 


CHRISTMAS DAY 


26- Jan. 6 


High School Baptist Young Men Overseas Work Project 


27 


STUDENT DAY AT CHRISTMAS 



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Constitution 



Revised 1983, 1985 

ARTICLE I. NAME 

This body shall be known as the Yates Baptist Association of North Carolina. 

ARTICLE II. PURPOSE 

The purpose of this Association shall be to provide a convenient and orderly means 
for the extension of the ministry of the cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County 
and portions of Chatham and Orange counties which support the programs of the Bap- 
tist State Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

ARTICLE III. ARTICLES OF FAITH 

The confession of faith of this Association shall be the ' 'Baptist Faith and Message" 
with its five-point statement of the historic Baptist conception of the nature and func- 
tion of confessions of faith in our religious and denominational life as adopted by the 
Southern Baptist Convention in 1963 at Kansas City. 

(Five-Point Statement from "The Baptist Faith and Message") 

(1) That they constitute a concensus of opinion of some Baptist body, large or small, 
for the general instruction and guidance of our own people and others concerning those 
articles of the Christian faith which are most surely held among us. They are not in- 
tended to add anything to the simple conditions of the salvation revealed in the New 
Testament, viz, repentance towards God and faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. 

(2) That we do not regard them as complete statements of our faith, having any quali- 
ty of finality of infallibility. As in the past, so in the future Baptists should hold 
themselves free to revise their statements of faith as may seem to them wise and expe- 
dient at any time. 

(3) That any group of Baptists, large or small, have the inherent right to draw up for 
themselves and publish to the world a confession of their faith whenever they may think 
it advisable to do so. 

(4) That the sole authority for faith and practice among Baptists is the Scriptures of 
the Old and New Testaments. Confessions are only guides in interpretation, having no 
authority over the conscience. 

(5) That they are statements of religious convictions, drawn from the Scriptures, and j 
are not to be used to hamper freedom of thought or investigation in other realms of life, 1 

ARTICLE IV. MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1 . This Association in session shall be composed of duly elected messengers j 
from cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County and portions of Chatham and 
Orange counties and the regular elected officers of the Association and members of the j 
Associational Board which are in agreement with the purpose as stated in Article II. [I 
When not in session this Association shall be comprised of its member churches which 
shall elect members to the Associational Board in accordance to Article X. 

Section 2. Each church shall be represented at the annual meeting of the Association 
and at any special meeting during the year by messengers who shall be duly elected in the 
following ratio: 

(1) Three for the first hundred members or fraction thereof, and one for each addi- 
tional hundred or fraction thereof, provided that the total number of messengers 
shall not exceed ten. 



(2) All pastors of churches of the Association shall be recognized as messengers, in 
addition to those specified above. 

Section 3. Only individuals who are baptized (immersed) believers and members of 
churches of this Association shall be seated as voting messengers at any Associational 
meeting. 

Section 4. Churches seeking to seat messengers in the Association shall apply to the 
Missions Committee prior to the annual meeting of the Association, giving evidence of 
their faith and order and their agreement to be received under watchcare of the Associa- 
tion. Upon recommendation of the committee and approval of the Association by a 
two-thirds majority of the members present and voting, the church or churches shall be 
received under the watchcare of the Association for a period of one year. It is 
understood that during the period of watchcare of the Association such churches will be 
accorded all the services of the Association and all its privileges with the exception of the 
right to seat voting messengers and to voting representation on the Associational Board. 
At the end of the year of watchcare, the church or churches may, by a two-thirds vote of 
the Association, be received into full fellowship of the Association or continue under 
watchcare or have the request for fellowship rejected. Upon admission to full 
fellowship, the church or churches shall be authorized to seat duly elected messengers 
with voting privileges and voting members on the Associational Board. 

Section 5. The Association shall have the power, upon giving notice of nine months 
and by two-thirds majority vote of messengers present and voting, to withdraw fellow- 
ship from any church that shall willfully depart from orthodox principles of the Chris- 
tian religion as taught in the Bible and as believed by Baptists or that fails to represent 
itself either by messenger or letter at the annual session of the Association without suffi- 
cient reason, or that fails to support causes fostered by the denomination at large and of 
this Association in particular, or that ceases to be missionary in practice. 

Section 6. Any church may decline to send messengers to the Association at its pleas- 
ure. Whenever this constitutes a withdrawal of fellowship on the part of the church, the 
Association shall not as a body, or through a representative or representatives, seek to 
restrain by coercion or law the withdrawal action of the church. 

ARTICLE V. POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

The Association, when convened in meeting, shall sit as advisory council, and shall 
have no power to infringe on any of the internal rights of the churches; it may advise 
with cooperating churches and recommend measures of usefulness for their adoption, 
and may claim for itself, its objects, and its recommendations the highest consideration, 
tion. 

j! 

ARTICLE VI. ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE CHURCHES 

Each cooperating church shall send annually to the Association a report on the Asso- 
ciational Letter which is provided. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion 
: may be reported as members on these reports. Said report should reach the Associa- 
tional Clerk at least 10 days prior to the annual meeting. 

ARTICLE VII. MEETINGS 

Section 1 . The Association shall convene annually during the week after the fourth 
Sunday in October, and may meet with different churches on the two successive days. 

Section 2. The time of the annual meeting may be changed, or special meetings called 
| by the Associational Board upon two weeks notice to the cooperating churches. 



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ARTICLE VIII. FISCAL YEAR 

The fiscal year of the Association shall begin on January first and end on December 
thirty-first of each year. 

ARTICLE IX. OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES 

Section 1 . The officers of the Association shall be a Moderator, Vice Moderator, 
Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, and such others as may be authorized by the 
Association. 

Section 2. All officers shall be members of a church affiliated with the Association. 

Section 3. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion shall hold any posi- 
tion within the Associational organization. 

Section 4. The officers shall be elected at the annual meeting of the Association, and 
these shall assume their duties at the close of the annual meeting during which they are 
elected and continue until their successors are elected and installed, unless removed for 
cause. The Moderator and Vice Moderator shall not serve more than two years in suc- 
cession in their respective positions. The Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian may not 
serve more than three years in succession. 

Section 5. The Moderator shall preside over the annual meeting of the Association 
and begin each session punctually. He shall appoint such committees as may be author- 
ized by the Constitution, or the Association, enforce the rules, preserve order, and exer- 
cise all prerogatives of a presiding officer according to parliamentary usage, and serve as 
chairman of the Associational Board, and ex officio member of all standing commit- 
tees. 

Section 6. The Vice Moderator shall discharge the duties of the Moderator in his 
absence. 

Section 7. The Clerk shall keep a record of the proceedings of the Association, super- 
intend the printing and distribution of the Minutes, keep on file the printed Minutes and 
other important papers of the Association. He shall act as secretary of the Associational 
Board. The Clerk shall be entitled to compensation which shall be fixed by the Associa- 
tion. He shall obtain and edit the histories of two churches each year to be included in 
the Minutes, and shall maintain an up-to-date history of the Association. 

Section 8. The Treasurer shall receive all monies contributed to the Association, and 
shall make disbursements as authorized by the Association and/or the Associational 
Board and shall make regular reports to the Associational Board and an annual report 
to the Association. 

Section 9. The Parliamentarian shall advise the Moderator on matters of rules or 
order and procedure at the annual sessions and Associational Board meetings. 

Section 10. There shall be three trustees, one elected each year for a three-year term, 
who shall be the representatives of the Association in legal matters, and shall perform 
such other duties as the Association or the Associational Board may prescribe. 

ARTICLE X. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

Section 1 . The Associational Board shall consist of the general officers, the leaders of 
the Sunday School, Church Training, Women's Missionary Union, Brotherhood, 
Music, The Associational Church Media Organization, the Chairmen of the Standing 
Committees, the Director of Missions, each active pastor and two lay members, elected 
from each member church. The names of the lay members shall be duly certified by 
notifying the Associational Clerk. 



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The Associational Directors of Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Mis- 
sionary Union, Brotherhood, Music, and TACMO may not serve more than four years 
in succession. 

Section 2. The Associational Board shall act for the Association in the interim be- 
tween the annual sessions. It shall carry out the policies and will of the Association as so 
expressed. It shall meet as often as it may elect for the effectual performance of its 
duties. It shall have the power to fill vacancies among the officers, committees, and 
organizational workers of the Association and committees of the Associational Board 
that may occur during the year. It shall make a full and complete report of its work at 
each annual meeting of the Association. 

Section 3. The Associational Board shall have an Executive Committee composed of 
the Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Chairman of the 
Trustees, Directors of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's 
Missionary Union, Music, and the Associational Church Media Organization, the 
Chairmen of Camp, Community Ministries, Evangelism, Finance, Missions, and 
Personnel committees, two pastors elected at large, and the Director of Missions. 

This committee shall meet periodically between sessions of the Associational Board, 
work to correlate the activities and emphases of the various groups, plan a tentative 
calendar to be approved by the May Board Meeting and to be recommended for adop- 
tion to the annual session of the Association, interpret policy as needed by the Director 
of Missions, and strive for a smooth operation of the Associational Program. 

This committee shall employ, with the approval of the Board of Association, a Direc- 
tor of Missions and shall exercise general supervision of his work. The committee shall 
perform such other duties and services as the Board or Association may direct. 

Bylaws 

ARTICLE I. COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

Members of the committees shall be selected from the membership of those churches 
cooperating with the Association and shall serve a term of three years. All standing com- 
mittees of the Association shall have one-third of its members rotating off each year and 
i persons serving less than one and one-half years shall have the opportunity to be renom- 
; inated to serve a full term. A period of one year must elapse before an individual can 
j serve on the same committee again. A church should not be represented more than once 
i on a standing committee at any given time. Every church in the Association should be 
represented on at least one committee of the Association. 

The Moderator and the Director of Missions shall be ex officio members of all stand- 
ing committees. 

Section 1. THE ANNUAL MEETING COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members whose duty it shall be to arrange the program for the annual meeting. It shall 
j be the duty of this committee to receive or solicit invitations for the place of meeting of 
j the annual session for the following year. It shall also recommend to the Association in 
I annual meeting a place(s) of meeting(s), along with a preacher and alternate for the ser- 
; mon, for the following year. The Music Director shall serve as ex officio. 

Section 2. THE CAMP COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members whose 
duty it shall be to direct the development and use of the property with the advice and 
< consent of the Associational Board. It shall be the duty of this committee to submit a 
name annually to the Nominations Committee for the position of Camp Director. 

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Section 3. THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members whose duty it shall be to make use of material and programs suggested by the 
Christian Life Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention and the Christian Life 
and Public Affairs Council of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and other 
available means to encourage high standards of Christian living in the local churches 
and their communities. The presidents of Singles 30-50, Singles Over 50, and Senior 
Adults shall serve as ex officio members of the committee. 

Section 4. THE COMMUNITY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
nine members, including the Mission Action Chairmen of the Baptist Men's and Baptist 
Women's organizations, whose duty it shall be to identify needs in the Association such 
as non-readers, alcoholics, drug abusers, youth in trouble, unwed mothers, the physical- 
ly handicapped, the poverty stricken, prisoners and probationers, emotionally disturb- 
ed, and senior citizens, to encourage churches to provide ministries to meet the needs of 
the total person; to enlist and offer training for those with interest in these areas; and 
lead the churches cooperatively to specific areas when wise and possible. 

Section 5. THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members whose duty it shall be to study and recommend changes in the Constitution 
and bring reports as necessary to the Association. 

Section 6. THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to plan and carry out meetings and activities for the information 
and inspiration of deacons. 

Section 7. THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty its shali be to encourage evangelism in the churches, including the enlistment 
and training of laymen in witnessing, to initiate and carry out Association evangelism ef- 
forts, to cooperate with area crusades when feasible, and to utilize the full resources of 
the Association by coordinating its efforts with other Association committees and 
organizations in their evangelistic outreach knowing that Christ saves the whole man to 
a whole life of discipleship. 

Section 8. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members. 
The Treasurer shall serve as an ex officio member. 

This committee shall present a tentative budget at the annual meeting, representing a 
definite budget at the February Board meeting and devise plans for raising the budget. It 
shall also review applications from churches for State Missions funds for presentation to 
the Associational Board as requested by the Missions Committee. 

Section 9. THE INTER-FAITH WITNESS COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
five members whose duty it shall be to assist the churches in becoming better informed 
as to the beliefs, attitudes, customs of the sects and Catholicism and the world non- 
Christian religions, especially Judaism and to foster a better relationship with adherents 
of these groups. 

Section 10. THE MINISTERIAL CARE COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members to facilitate support groups for pastors, chureri staff and spouses. This com- 
mittee will also seek to assist churches in development of special ministries, and church 
administration services. 

It shall also serve as a referral, conduct special projects and activities which will 
minister to needs of people. 

The committee shall also assist churches in determining adequate financial support 
and benefits for ministers. 

Section 11. THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, 
whose duty it shall be to obtain information which can be utilized by the churches and 
the Association, to ascertain the need of new churches and missions with the boundaries 



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of the Association, to recommend to the Association or the Associational Board the 
location of sites and purchasing of lots for such churches or missions, and to assist the 
I organization of such churches as might be authorized and to review for the Finance 
j Committee applications from churches for State Missions funds. It shall be the duty of 
this committee to study the applications of churches seeking admission into the Associa- 
tion and to make recommendations regarding the same. 

Section 12. THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members, whose duty it shall be to present nominations to the Association for all 
j general officers and committeemen (except the Director of Missions as heretofore pro- 
vided). 

I This committee shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Board for approval 
jand to the Association for election, the officers of Brotherhood, Sunday School, 
i Woman's Missionary Union, Church Training, Music Council, and Library organiza- 
tions (TACMO). This committee will receive from the six organizational committees 
and present for approval at the February Board meeting the names of nominees for 
I leadership. 

Following the same procedure, the remaining officers of the six organizations shall be 
j presented for approval to the May Board meeting. The names of all general organiza- 
tional officers shall be presented to the Association for election. 

It shall also present nominations to the Associational Board to fill any vacancy in the 
offices for which it nominates to the Association. 

Section 13. THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
^members who shall act in an advisory capacity for churches or for ministerial students 
'[seeking counsel concerning ordination. The committee shall assist in the examination of 
Candidates for the ministry only after their call to some specific position in Christian ser- 
jjvice, and shall refrain from announcing the date for ordination until after approval of 
the candidate. 

Section 14. THE PERSONNEL COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
jelected for a three-year term with one member rotating off the committee each year. It 
jshall be the duty of this committee to suggest policies relating to holidays, sick leave, 
vacation, and other benefits for all paid employees. They shall prepare and update as 
jnecessary job descriptions for all staff personnel. In full cooperation with the Director 
of Missions, recruit, interview, and recommend to the Executive Committee employ- 
ment of all new staff personnel. Before June of each year have had at least one evalua- 
tion session with each employee in line with Job Description, and hear suggestions from 
the employee for improving the work or relationships which have already been discuss- 
ed. Develop and recommend salaries and benefits for employed staff personnel to the 
Executive Committee to recommend to the Finance Committee. Develop and recom- 
mend to the Executive Committee policies and procedures for paid and volunteer staff 
personnel administration. 

j Section 15. THE PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
jmembers, whose duty it shall be to build the image of the Association by the develop- 
ment of appropriate information/communication vehicles in the churches and com- 
jmunity. It shall also promote the annual observance of Associational Emphasis Week 
(May) in the churches of the Association. 

Section 16. THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
(five members whose duty it shall be to work with local stations in the securing of time, 
to promote programs of religious and denominational interest, and to encourage the 
churches to use the media of radio and television with particular attention to ACTS 
(American Christian Television System, Inc.) and BTN (Baptist Telecommunications 
Network). 



Section 17. THE STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members, whose duty it shall be to encourage and stimulate when possible the offerings 
from the individuals churches to State, Home, Foreign Missions as well as the 
Cooperative Program, to urge the churches to undergird their church staff members 
through the Annuity Board retirement plans, to promote tithing by individual church 
members, and to encourage the members of the churches to be Christian stewards of 
their possessions after death through wills and bequests to denominational objects. 

Section 18. THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members, with the chaplains of educational institutions in the Association area acting in 
an advisory capacity, whose duty it shall be to cooperate with and promote the work of 
the Baptist Student Program in the several institutions within the area of the Association 
and to encourage the ministry of the churches to students. 

Section 19. THE YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members, whose duty it shall be to provide or sponsor periodic events or emphases for 
or with the youth of the churches. 

Section 20. THE AUDIT COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members who 
shall be responsible for the auditing of the Treasurer's records and the presentation of 
an annual auditor's report to the Association. The Audit Committee need not perform 
the audit themselves but may arrange for the audit by professionally trained account- 
ants. The members of the committee shall be elected each year on a rotating basis. 

ARTICLE II. RULES OF ORDER 

The following rules shall govern deliberations in the meetings of the Association and 
Associational Board. 

(1) The official transaction of business in all regular meetings of the Association and 
Associational Board shall be by the affirmative majority vote of members present and 
voting, except in matters relating to the Constitution, or withdrawing fellowship from 
any cooperating church, and of seating messengers from those churches desiring to co- 
operate with the Association. In called meetings of the Association and the Associa- 
tional Board a number representing a majority of the cooperating churches shall be 
necessary to constitute a quorum. 

(2) A messenger wishing to speak shall rise and address the presiding officer. He shall 
confine himself strictly under the consideration and shall avoid all personalities. No 
messenger shall speak more than twice on the same subject without special permission. 

(3) All motions seconded shall be definitely stated by the presiding officer, or at his re- 
quest, read by the Clerk before the vote is taken. 

(4) The order of business of the annual meeting shall be recommended by the Annual 
Meeting Committee as soon as possible during the first session. When adopted this 
report shall become the program and cannot be changed except by vote of the Associa- 
tion. 

(5) All questions of order shall be decided on the basis of the most recent edition of 
Robert's Rules of Order. 

ARTICLE III. ADVISORY TO THE BOARD 

The members of the State General Board from this Association and the Baptist Stu- 
dent Union chaplains of the educational institutions within the area of the Association 
shall be invited to sit with the board in an advisory capacity. 



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ARTICLE IV. AMENDMENTS 



These Bylaws may be amended by a majority of those present and voting at any an- 
nual meeting of the Association. 

This Constitution may be revised at any Annual Session of the Association upon af- 
firmative vote of two-thirds of the members present and voting, provided the proposed 
revisions shall have been presented in writing to the Associational Board prior to the An- 
nual Meeting, then presented to the Association on the first day of the Annual Meeting 
with the approval vote being taken on the second day. 




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Proceedings 

of 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

Thirty-eight Annual Session 
October 27-28, 1986 



Moderator: Crate H. Jones 
Vice Moderator: O. C. Mitchell, Jr. 
Program Chairman: Tobie P. Stone, Jr. 

Music Director: E. Hugh O'Shields 
Director of Missions: Marvin B. Settle, Jr. 




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MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 27, 1986 
MOUNT HERMON BAPTIST CHURCH 

Churches Caring For Their Neighbors 



7:00 Organ Prelude 

Call to Order Crate H. Jones 

Annual Meeting Committee Report Tobie P. Stone, Jr. 

Hymn 52 - "Crown Him With Many Crowns" Bridges 

Greetings Jerry E. Harper, Sr. 

Prayer 

7:15 Recognition of New Pastors & Staff Persons Marvin B. Settle, Jr. 

Introduction of Speaker Marvin B. Settle! Jr! 

7:25 Children's Choir Concert 

"Go Tell It, The Message Is Love" 
C. Michael Hawn 

8:00 Inspirational Message M. Wendell Belew 

"Churches Caring For Their Neighbors" 

8:30 Hymn 308 -"People to People" Reynolds 

8:30 Constitution Committee Report Jesse J. Croom 

Director of Missions' Report Marvin B. Settle, Jr. 

Missions Committee Report #1 Charles H. Harris 

9:00 Benediction 



Minister of Music: El Hugh O'Shields 
Accompanist: Patti Lingafelt 

TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1986 
GREY STONE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Churches Caring For Their Neighbors 

9:00 Organ Prelude 

Call to Order 

Hymn 75 - "I Love Thee" 

Greetings 

Prayer 

9:15 Sunday School Report 

Church Training Report 

Music Committee Report 

WMU Report 

Brotherhood Report 

Missions Committee Report #2 

Camp Committee Report 

Resource Center Update 

Executive Committee Report . . 
Personnel Committee Report. . . 

General Board Report 

Constitution Committee Report 

Audit Committee Report 

Finance Committee Report 



. . . O. C. Mitchell, Jr. 

Anonymous 

. . . Malbert Smith, Jr. 

Fred M. Williams, III 
. . Forest M. Gale, Jr. 
. . . E. Hugh O'Shields 
Geraldine H. Mitchell 

J. Edwin Couch 

. . . Charles H. Harris 

Chris C. Hamlet 

. . . Malbert Smith, Jr. 

Crate H. Jones 

Frank Zedick 

. . . Charles H. Harris 

Jesse J. Croom 

Betty Ellis 

, Robert D. Weatherly 



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Special Remarks Talmadge H. Lassiter 

Miscellaneous Business 

10:40 The Cresset Christian Academy Concert Choir 

Directed by Robert W. Cook 

11:00 Hymn 405 - "We Are Called To Be God's People" Jackson 

Introduction of Speaker * Tobie P. Stone 

Duet - "My House Is Full" Larry Clarke and Judy Hackworth 

Inspirational Message Norman A. Wiggins 

11:50 Benediction & Blessing 

Minister of Music: E. Hugh O' Shields 
Accompanist: Patti Lingafelt 

TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 28, 1986 
LYSTRA BAPTIST CHURCH 

Churches Caring For Their Neighbors 



7:00 Organ Prelude 

Call to Order Crate H. Jones 

Hymn 147 - "Ye Servants of God" Wesley 

Greetings Bryan J. Chestnutt 

Prayer 
Music 

The Yatesmen 
Tedford Reed, Director 

Nominations Committee Report Charles E. Rutt 

Annual Meeting Committee Report Tobie P. Stone, Jr. 

Evangelism Committee Report Ernest H. Ferrell 

8:00 Introduction of Speaker Everette J. Smith 

Scripture: Luke 9:51-56 Tom Jordan 

Anthem Hope Valley Baptist Choir 

"Seek The Lord" 
Directed by Bruce Benton 

Annual Sermon James I. Murphy 

"Manager of the Universe" 

Hymn 440 - "Hark, The Voice of Jesus Calling" March 

8:30 Registration Miss Lois King 

Miscellaneous Business 

Special Awards Marvin B. Settle, Jr. 

Lay Leader 
Minister of the Year 
Church of the Year 

Hymn 382 - "I Love Thy Kingdom, Lord" Dwight 

9:00 Benediction 



Minister of Music: H. Ran Whitley 
Accompanist: Patti Lingafell 



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Program Participants 



Dr. Wendell Belew Home Mission Board, SBC 

Mr. Bruce Benton Minister of Music, Hope Valley Baptist Church 

Rev. Bryan J. Chestnutt Pastor, Lystra Baptist Church 

Mr. J. Edwin Couch Cedar Fork Baptist Church 

Dr. Jesse J. Croom Pastor, Carrboro Baptist Church 

Mrs. Betty Ellis Red Mountain Baptist Church 

Rev. Ernest H. Ferrell Pastor, Bethesda Baptist Church 

Rev. Forest M. Gale Pastor, Edgemont Baptist Church 

Mr. Chris C. Hamlet Watts Street Baptist Church 

Rev. Jerry Harper Pastor, Mt. Hermon Baptist Church 

: Dr. Charles H. Harris Pastor, First Baptist Church 

j Rev. Crate Jones Pastor, Angier Avenue Baptist Church 

| Dr. Tom Jordan Pastor, Red Mountain Baptist Church 

Miss Lois King Mt. Hermon Baptist Church 

Mr. Talmadge Lassiter Rose of Sharon Baptist Church 

Mrs. Patti Lingafelt Minister of Music, Lowe's Grove Baptist Church 

j Mrs. Geraldine Mitchell Guess Road Baptist Church 

I Mr. O. C. Mitchell, Jr Page Road Baptist Church 

J Dr. James Murphy Pastor, Hope Valley Baptist Church 

j Rev. Hugh O'Shields Associate, Music/ Administration, Bethesda Baptist Church 

|| Rev. Charles E. Rutt Pastor, Rose of Sharon Baptist Church 

Rev. Marvin B. Settle, Jr Director of Missions, Yates Baptist Association 

Rev. Everette J. Smith Pastor, Lakewood Baptist Church 

i Rev. Malbert Smith Pastor, Grey Stone Baptist Church 

Dr. Tobie Stone, Jr Pastor, Ebenezer Baptist Church 

| Rev. Robert D. Weatherly Pastor, Mt. Moriah Baptist Church 

jRev. Ran Whitley Associate/Music, Durham Memorial Baptist Church 

| Dr. Norman A. Wiggins President, Campbell University 

Rev. Fred Williams Pastor, Olive Branch Baptist Church 

Dr. Frank Zedick Pastor, Grace Baptist Church 



Minutes 

Yates Baptist Association 

ANNUAL MEETING - OCTOBER 27-28, 1986 
FIRST SESSION 

' The 38th Annual Session of the Yates Baptist Association began Monday evening, 
October 27, 1986, at Mount Hermon Baptist Church, with an organ prelude by Mrs. 
; patti Lingafelt. The theme of this year's session was "Churches Caring for Their Neigh- 
bors." 

Moderator Crate Jones called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. and thanked Mount 
Hermon for hosting this meeting. 

Rev. Tobie Stone, chairman of the Annual Meeting Committee, moved that messen- 
gers here seated plus any additional messengers that might come on the following day 



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constitute this 38th Annual Session of the Yates Baptist Association and that the 
program be accepted as is with any changes that might need to be made. Seconded by 
Dr. James Murphy and voted carried. 

The moderator introduced Rev. Eugene Warwick of the Home Mission Board who 
spoke briefly on their work and thanked the congregation for their support. 

The hymn, "Crown Him With Many Crowns," was sung by the congregation, led by 
Rev. E. Hugh O' Shields and accompanied by Mrs. Patti Lingafelt. 

Rev. Jerry Harper, Sr., pastor of Mount Hermon, extended greetings to those attending 
the meeting and led in prayer. 

Director of Missions Marvin B. Settle, Jr. requested that new pastors and staff mem- 
bers proceed to the microphone and introduce themselves and make any remarks they 
would like. These were: 

John Frederick, Minister of Youth, Yates 
Marc Francis, Minister of Youth/Children, Bethesda 
Deryl Holliday, Minister of Outreach/Education, Bethesda 
Truett Williams, Minister of Youth/Church Activities, Homestead Heights 
Chris Gaynor, Minister of Music, Homestead Heights 
Allan Barlow, Pastor, Leesville Road 
Kathie Wilkinson, Minister of Music, Carrboro 
Ken Price, Pastor, Bahama 
Rev. Settle introduced the speaker for the evening, Dr. Wendell Belew, Assistant Vice 
President for Missions Strategy of the Home Mission Board, and also a talented painter. 

The association's children's choir presented a concert, "Go Tell It, the Message is 
Love," with guest conductor, Dr. Michael Hawn. 

Following the concert Dr. Belew brought an inspirational and timely message on the 
history of how churches have reached out for their members and neighbors. His text was 

taken from Psalm 22 - "They shall come " 

The congregation then sang, "People to People." 

Dr. Jesse Croom, chairman of the Constitution Committee, presented a recommended 
change to the constitution and also one to the bylaws, as shown on page 24 of the Book 
of Reports. He only read these changes at this time and advised that they would be voted 
on during the Tuesday morning meeting. These changes are as follows: 

(1) CONSTITUTION - ARTICLE X 

Section 3. The Associational Board shall have an Executive Committee composed of 
the Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Chairman of the 
Trustees, Directors of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's 
Missionary Union, Music, and the Associational Church Media Organization, the 
Chairmen of Camp, Community Ministries, Evangelism, Finance, and Missions com- 
mittees, two pastors elected at large, and the Director of Missions .... 
RECOMMENDED CHANGE: 

The Associational Board shall have an Executive Committee composed of the 
Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Chairman of the 
Trustees, Directors of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Mis- 
sionary Union, Music and the Associational Church Media Organization, the Chairmen 
of Camp, Community Ministries, Evangelism, Finance, Missions, and Personnel com- 
mittees, two pastors elected at large, and the Director of Missions .... 

The reason for this change is a request from the Associational Board to make this 
change in the constitution because the Personnel Committee is to make recommenda- 
tions to the Executive Committee; however, it does not seat its chairman on the 
Executive Committee. ™ 



; 2) BYLAWS - STRIKE ARTICLE II - TRUSTEES OF YATES VILLAGE, INC. 

By action of the Association Board and at a called meeting of the association, the 
work and relationship with Yates Village, Inc. has been terminated; therefore, this sec- 
tion is no longer needed in our constitution. Subsequently, the following articles then 
would be numbered Article 2 - "Rules of Order," Article 3 - "Advisory to the Board," 
i Article 4 - "Amendments." 

Rev. Settle presented the Director of Missions Report as shown on page 53. He 
(repeated our 12 priorities for 1987: 

1 . Settling into our new Resource Center 

2. Calling of a Director of Church and Community Ministries 

3. Starting two new churches 

4. Expanding office secretary's job to full-time 

5. Conducting a Youth Evangelism Rally 

6. Conducting a Multi-Family Housing Conference 

7. Conducting Church Long-Range Planning 

8. Conducting association- wide evangelism conference 

9. Ministry during Olmpic Sports Festival 

10. Conducting a World Missions Conference 

1 1 . Conducting a ministerial care retreat 

12. Conducting a multitude of training opportunities. 

He summed up his report by saying that churches in Yates Association are joined 
together to care for people, our neighbors. We must not be so busy doing church "busy- 
ness" that we fail to do required ministry. 

Dr. Charles Harris, chairman of the Missions Committee, advised that his committee 
had monitored both the Bahama Baptist and New Jerusalem Baptist Cathedral churches 
during their watchcare status and had found them deserving of full membership in Yates 
Baptist Association and they unanimously recommend that they be accepted. Rev. E. 
Hugh O' Shields moved to accept this recommendation. Seconded by Dr. James I. Mur- 
phy, and voted carried. 

Dr. Harris then asked Rev. Ken Price, pastor of the Bahama Baptist Church, to stand, 
as well as Rev. John Caldwell, pastor of New Jerusalem Baptist Cathedral Church and 
; members of their congregations, as he welcomed them into Yates Association. 

The moderator requested that all registration cards be passed to the center aisle and 
; collected. 

Rev. Joe Bostic adjourned the meeting with prayer at 8:50 p.m. 

SECOND SESSION 

The second meeting of this session was held Tuesday morning, October 28, 1986, at 
Grey Stone Baptist Church. It began with an organ prelude by Mrs. Patti Lingafelt. 

Mr. O. C. Mitchell, vice moderator, called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. and Rev. 
E. Hugh O'Shields led the congregation in singing "I Love Thee," accompanied by 
Mrs. Lingafelt. 

Mr. Mitchell recognized Mr. Jim Sauls from the Baptist Retirement Homes, who 
spoke briefly about the homes. He said the average age of the residents of these five 
homes is 80 years. 

Dr. Malbert Smith, Jr., host pastor, extended greetings and led in prayer. 
The Sunday School Report, shown on page 41, was given by Rev. Fred Williams, III, 
director. He also stressed getting new members involved in Sunday School by having a 



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special class for them during the Sunday School period. Thursday after next there will be 
a meeting for planning for next year, and August 25, 1987, has already been set for new 
teacher training for the following year. 

Rev. Williams moved the acceptance of this report; seconded by Mrs. Geraldine Mit- 
chell; voted carried. 

Rev. Forest Gale, director of Church Training, presented the report on page 42. He 
advised that four young people from our association needed to be highly commended 
for winning several awards in the State Bible Drill Contest. Mrs. Ginger Stanope will 
assume this Yates directorship next year. 

Rev. Gale moved the adoption of this report; seconded by Dr. Charles Harris; voted 
carried. 

Rev. E. Hugh O'Shields, music director, presented the report on page 44. He expressed 
thanks for the opportunity of serving as music director and announced that Rev. Ran 
Whitley will be assuming this position next year. He also thanked the people who helped 
on music teams; Faye Bassett for being supportive in many, many ways; and Marvin 
Settle for his support. 

Rev. O'Shields moved the adoption of this report; seconded by Rev. Ernest Ferrell, 
and voted carried. 

The WMU report on page 43 was given by Mrs. Geraldine Mitchell, director. The 
emphasis this year has been "Multiply the Vision." Another "cookie bake" will be 
coming up soon for the women at Woman's Prison, Raleigh. Since this was their cen- 
tennial year, celebrations were held throughout the association. A book of histories was 
compiled and is now available at the association office. Next Monday, November 3, the 
women will observe "Day of Prayer" with a meeting that morning at Guess Road and 
that night at Mount Gilead. Mrs. Mitchell introduced Mrs. Sandy Harrison, the incoming 
WMU director. 

Mrs. Mitchell moved that this report be accepted; seconded by Rev. Robert 
Weatherly and voted carried. 

Mr. Larry Clarke, on behalf of Mr. Edwin Couch, director of the Brotherhood, 
moved the adoption of the report on page 42. This was seconded by Mr. Ed Goehring 
and vote carried. 

Dr. Charles Harris, chairman, completed the report of the Missions Committee, 
shown on page 49. The report will show that this committee has been involved in eight 
major areas this year. They also had the following five recommendations to present. 

The following recommendations have been approved by the Yates Executive Com- 
mittee and Association Board in previous action: 

1. Our association will sponsor a Long-Range Planning Conference May 11-15, 
1987, with Dr. Truman Brown as leader. 

2. Our association will coordinate a World Missions Conference September 20-27, 
1987. Our churches will participate either Sunday through Wednesday or 
Wednesday through Sunday. The major funding will be provided by our churches 
based on the size of resident membership. 

3. Our churches are encouraged to conduct an Associational Emphasis Week in 
May 1987. (preferably May 18-24) 

4. Our association will assist in ministering during the 1987 Olympic Festival sched- 
uled for July 25 -August 8. Actual ministries will be based on needs, available 
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5. Our association will sponsor a Multi-Family Housing Conference to assist us in 
understanding methods that will enable us to better minister to the number of 
persons living in apartments, condominiums, etc. This regional conference will 
be funded by the Baptist State Convention. 

Dr. Harris moved the acceptance of the report and also all five recommendations; 
seconded by Dr. Malbert Smith, Jr., and vote carried. 

Inasmuch as Mr. Chris Hamlet was recuperating from surgery, he was not present to 
present and elaborate on the Camp Committee's report, shown on page 45. Motion to 
adopt this report as printed was made by Mr. O. C. Mitchell; seconded by Rev. Robert 
Weatherly; vote carried. 

Dr. Malbert Smith, Jr., chairman of the Building Committee for the Resource Center, 
called all members of this committee to the front and each one shared some phase of the 
building project. Dr. Smith also introduced Mr. George Ray, superintendent for this 
project, and praised him very highly for the outstanding job he has done. Dr. Smith also 
urged the churches to increase their giving to this facility. 

At this time we took a break from business and ejoyed the Cresset Christian Academy 
Concert Choir, directed by Mr. Robert W. Cook and accompanied by Ms. Sarah Har- 
vey. The concert included "Sing for Joy," "Kumbaya," "Here's One," and "Praise 
My Soul, the King of Heaven." The choir's performance was excellent and received a 
standing ovation. 

Returning to business, Moderator Crate Jones moved the adoption of the Executive 
Committee's report shown on page 37. Seconded by Mr. John Lambert; vote carried. 

Rev. Frank Zedick, chairman of the Personnel Committee, advised that his commit- 
tee had met with each member of the association staff and had recommended to the 
Executive Committee and to the board their recommendation for salaries. He moved 
the adoption of the report shown on page 50; seconded by Rev. E. Hugh O'Shields; vote 
carried. 

Dr. Charles Harris presented the report of the General Board, shown on page 70 and 
called attention to some items that will be acted on at the upcoming State Convention. 

Dr. Jesse Croom again read the recommended changes in the constitution and bylaws 
as shown as presented at the first session. He first read this report Monday night and 
advised that it would be voted on Tuesday morning. At this time he moved the adoption 
of the amendments. Seconded by Dr. Charles Harris and vote carried. 

Mrs. Betty Ellis, chairperson for the Audit Committee, recommended that the audit 
report on page 58 be accepted. Seconded by Mr. John Laverty and vote carried. 

Rev. Robert Weatherly, chairman of the Finance Committee, presented the 1987 
proposed budget shown on page 63 in the total amount of $197,049.72. He called atten- 
tion to the new items and explained other increases. He expressed appreciation to the 
members on the committee and to Rev. Settle for his leadership, and advised that Rev. 
Larry Harper would be chairman of this committee next year. 

Rev. Weatherly moved the adoption of the proposed budget; seconded by Dr. James 
Murphy and vote carried. 

Mr. Talmadge Lassiter, Chief of Police, Durham, brought a special message on the 
drug problem. He highly recommended a book that has been published - What Works - 
School without Drugs - and gave the telephone number by which it could be ordered free 
of charge. The drug problem is very big, and stronger laws are needed to combat it. It is 
already in elementary grades. Lassister will be glad to speak on the subject to congrega- 
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Rev. Settle then led in prayer for the work that Mr. Lassiter is doing and his dedication 
to eradicating drugs. 

Rev. Settle introduced our workers at three student centers: Rev. Robert Phillips, 
UNC; Mrs. Velma Ferrell, Duke; and Rev. Paige Chargois, NCCU. 

He also introduced Mrs. Saundra Stallings, the new secretary in the association office. 

Everyone was invited to stay for lunch following the inspirational message and then 
go by the Resource Center for a tour. 

The hymn, "We Are Called to be God's People," was sung by the congregation. 

Rev. Tobie Stone introduced Dr. Norman A. Wiggins, president of Campbell Uni- 
versity, who would bring the inspirational message following a duet. 

Mr. Larry Clarke and Ms. Judy Hackworth sang a duet, "My House Is Full." 

Dr. Wiggins, who served two years as president of the Baptist State Convention, said, 
"We have differences but we are not divided." His message was both inspirational and 
informative about the State Convention and our Baptist colleges. He had nothing but 
praise for the Baptist colleges and the common goals they are striving for. We should 
persuade children to go to the Baptist schools. 

Vice Moderator Mitchell asked Saundra Stallings and Faye Bassett to join him on the 
podium so everyone could see who they were, and then Faye pronounced the benediction 
and blessing. 

Meeting adjourned at 1 1 :45 a.m. and lunch was served. 

THIRD SESSION 

The third and final meeting was held Tuesday evening, October 28, 1986, at Lystra 
Baptist Church. 

Prior to the meeting Mrs. Lingafelt presented an organ prelude. 

Moderator Crate Jones called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. and the hymn, "Ye 
Servants of God," was sung by the congregation. 

Rev. Bryan Chestnutt, pastor of Lystra, extended greetings and led in prayer. He also 
invited everyone to stay for refreshments at the close of the meeting. 

The Yatesmen entertained us with four selections, directed by Rev. Tedford Reed: 
"Praise Him, Praise Him," "The Rock That Is Higher Than I," "He Hideth My 
Soul," and "When the Morning Comes." 

Rev. Charles Rutt, chairman of the Nominations Committee, moved the adoption of 
the report on page 40. Seconded by Rev. Everette Smith and vote carried. 

Rev. Tobie Stone, chairman of the Annual Meeting Committee, read the report and 
moved that it be adopted for next year. Rev. Ernest Ferrell seconded and vote carried. 

The Evangelism Committee's report was given by Rev. Ernest Ferrell, chairman, He 
recognized other members on this committee and advised that the major emphasis for 
1987 will be "Target Group Evangelism." This committee will co-sponsor with other 
committees some important meetings during the year. 

Rev. Ferrell moved the adoption of ihe report on page 48. Seconded by Mr. Stallings 
and vote carried. 

Rev. Everette Smith introduced Dr. James Murphy, pastor of Hope Valley Baptist 
Church, who would bring the annual sermon later on. 

The scripture, taken from Luke 9:51-56, was read by Rev. Tobie Stone. 

The Hope Valley Baptist Church choir, directed by Mr. Bruce Benton, rendered two 
selections: "We Have Come to Life Up His Name" and "Seek the Lord." 



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Dr. Murphy's sermon, "Manager of the Universe," was very inspiring and chal- 
lenging. 

The congregation then sang, "Hark, The Voice of Jesus Calling." 

Miss Lois King, the association clerk, reported that according to count we had a total 
registration of 641 this year compared to 576 last year. 

At this time some interesting slides were projected showing the progress on the 
Resource Center from the groundbreaking ceremony to the present. These slides were 
shown to the music of "Lord, We Are Building For Your Kingdom;" the words written 
by Rev. Fred Williams, the music by Mr. W. Gaither, and sung by the Olive Branch 
choir. Last year Rev. Williams announced his personal gift to this project and chal- 
lenged other individuals and churches to give. Some have given, but less than 20 percent 
of the churches have responded. He challenged us again to give through churches or as 
individuals. 

Rev. Settle announced that the next associational board meeting would be in February 
and he requested permission to set a date for the dedication of the new building prior to 
this meeting. 

Mr. George Ray moved to grant this permission; seconded by Rev. Everette Smith; 
vote carried. 
Now comes the time for special awards. 

In recognition of churches that have grown 10 percent or more in the last five years, 



Rev. Settle presented certificates to the following: 

Farrington Road Baptist Church 10% 

Mount Moriah Baptist Church 1 1 % 

Westwood Baptist Church 13% 

Mount Gilead Baptist Church 14% 

Plainview Baptist Church 14% 

Leesville Road Baptist Church 16% 

Berea Baptist Church 17% 

Faith Baptist Church 23% 

Red Mountain Baptist Church 31% 

Hope Valley Baptist Church 38% 

Ridgecrest Baptist Church 43% 

Homestead Heights Baptist Church 1 14% 



In recognition of the faithful service that Mrs. Altaree Norris gave to the association 
during her employment as secretary, she was presented a pewter coffee service and tray 
and received a standing ovation. 

Also, due to the rotation system now in effect, Mrs. Mary Ellen Godwin will be rotating 
off as treasurer, and she was presented a plaque for her 14 years of service. 

The Layperson awarded was presented to Mrs. Mary Zedick, a member of Grace Bap- 
tist Church and wife of Dr. Frank Zedick. She has been involved in the association by ser- 
ving on the Strategy Planning Committee, Building Committee and Decorating Com- 
mittee, and Good News America Steering Committee. It was her idea of using the red, 
white, and blue bows during the "Good News America, God Loves You" simultaneous 
revivals. 

The Minister of the Year award went to Rev. E. Hugh O'Shields, minister of music at 
Bethesda Baptist Church. He has served in many ways, including the Strategy Planning 
Committee, and been director of the Music Council for nine years. 

Homestead Heights Church was selected for the Church of the Year award. Rev. 
Larry Harper is pastor and it is the fastest growing church in the association. Last year 



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they had over 25 professions and over 100 additions. Although they are in a building 
program, they continue to give substantially to the association, the Cooperative 
Program, and other mission offerings. 

Rev. Settle welcomed Bahama Baptist Church and New Jerusalem Baptist Cathedral 
into the association, and expressed thanks to: 

The fine people of Mount Hermon, Grey Stone and Lystra for making us feel so 
welcomed 

E. Hugh O' Shields and the Music Council 

Patti Lingafelt for her music 

Crate Jones as moderator 

O. C. Mitchell as vice moderator 

Faye Bassett and Saundra Stallings for their work in the office and especially for 

the extra work required putting the annual meeting together 
Dot Hicks for collating 

Norman Stallings (Saundra's husband) who helped by putting the slides together 

and working the projector 
Floyd Rhodes for taping our meetings 

Tobie Stone and the Annual Meeting Committee, consisting of Stone, Carl Garner, 

and Mary Zedick 
Parents who brought children to music practice and to performances 
Executive Committee for their work this year and for attending the planning retreat 
The. 600 plus who came to the annual meeting 
All of the Choirs 
Jim Murphy for his message 

George Coggin for providing car to Director of Missions 
Each person for his/her part in the annual meeting. 
He said we were a wonderful people to work for and work with and challenged every- 
one to go back to their church and share what has been happening in the association this 
year and a determination to do more next year. 

He introduced new officers for next year and asked each one to stand as their name 
was called: 

Moderator Rev. Crate Jones 

Vice Moderator Mr. J. Frank Shipp 

Clerk Miss Lois King 

Treasurer Mr. Billy D. Judd 

Parliamentarian Mr. Bruce Little 

Pastors at Large Dr. James I. Murphy, Rev. Joe Zimmerman 



Two years from now (1988) the Yates Baptist Association will celebrate their 40th an- 
nual meeting, and Rev. Settle is trying to secure someone special for this celebration. If 
anyone has a suggestion please give it to Rev. Settle. 

Moderator Jones thanked Marvin Settle for his fine leadership and Rev. Settle 
received a standing ovation. 



ASSIST Director 

Church Training Director 

TACMO Director 

WMU Director 

Brotherhood Director . . . 



Rev. Fred Williams, III 
. Mrs. Ginger Stanhope 
, . . Mrs. Clara Crabtree 
. Mrs. Sandra Harrison 



Mr. Edwin Couch 



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While standing, Rev. Ran Whitley led the congregation in singing "I Love Thy 
Kingdom, Lord." 

Mrs. Mary Zedick gave the benediction at 9:05 p.m. and delicious refreshments and 
good fellowship were shared in the fellowship hall. 

Lois King, Clerk 

All meetings taped. 

Report of the Associational Board 

The Association Board is responsible to "act for the Association in the interim be- 
tween session" and to "make a full and complete report of its works at each annual 
meeting." In fulfilling its responsibility, the Board held six meetings during the interim 
(one special called) and took action as follows. (Complete minutes are available in the 
associational office.) 

FEBRUARY 11, 1986, a Board meeting was held at Angier Avenue Baptist Church. 
Dr. Charles Harris, chairman of the Missions Committee, reported that Mary Sagar, 
Christian Social Ministries Intern, has been doing a study in preparation for a job descrip- 
tion for an additional staff member in the near future. 

The Board approved inviting Dr. Truman Brown, consultant from the Sunday School 
Board, for a one-day conference in April or May; and that he return in September for a 
week to conduct individual consultations with churches involved in long-range planning. 
This item is in the 1986 budget. 

Approval by the Board was given to schedule a World Missions Conference for Sep- 
tember 20-27, 1987, and that the following leaders serve as coordinators: World 
Missions Conference Director - Rev. Marvin B. Settle, Jr.; World Missions Hospitality 
Leader - Mrs. Mary Zedick; Transportation Leader - J. Edwin Couch; Promotion 
Leader - Mrs. Dot Hicks; and Mission Study Leader - Mrs. Sandy Harrison. 

The Board approved the new library be dedicated to the memory of Rev. Hubert 
Mumford and in honor of Mrs. Clara Crabtree and be called the Mumford-Crabtree 
Library. 

The Nominations Committee presented the following as organizational directors for 
the upcoming church year: Sunday School - Rev. Fred Williams (90); Church Training - 
Rev. Forest Gale (89); WMU - Mrs. Geraldine Mitchell (88); Brotherhood - J. Edwin 
Couch (87); Music - Rev. Ran Whitley (90); TACMO - Mrs. Clara Crabtree (87). 

Bruce Little reported for the Insurance Committee that nine churches were represented 
in a meeting with John Coupland of the Home Insurance Agency. It dosen't appear that 
the rates they can quote are any less than can be secured elsewhere, but if enough chur- 
ches want to participate in a blanket type of policy they will try to get the rates reduced. 
Mr. Little said he and the committee are willing to pursue this matter further if they can 
be of any help, but if not, they will disband. 

Mrs. Mary Zedick reported for the Evangelism Committee. As a means of advertising 
"Good News America, God Loves You," it was suggested that churches place red, 
white and blue bows on mailboxes and in places of business. The committee also an- 
nounced that the crusade would be advertised in newspapers. 

The following were approved to fill vacancies: Annual Meeting - Rev. John Laverty 
(88) and Mrs. Helen Mumford (87); Community Ministries - Mrs. Augusta Hockaday 
(WMU Mission Action Chairman) and Larry Clarke (Brotherhood Mission Action 



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Chairman) ex officio members; Finance Committee - Rev. Don Christian (88); Minis- 
terial Care - Dr. James Murphy, chm. (88), Dr. Rollin Burhans (87), Mrs. Rosa Hampton 
(88), Mrs. Harriett Jones (86), Rev. Aubrey Quakenbush (87); Personnel - Curtis Crutch- 
field (87) and A. C. Sorrell (88); Public Relations - Mrs. Sandy Harrison, chm. (87), Mrs. 
Dorothy Hicks (88), Floyd Rhodes (88), Fred Rhodes (87), and Mrs. Ann Riggs (86); and 
Radio & TV - Mrs. Teresa Modlin (88) and Mrs. Peggy Yates (87). 

A Deacon Workshop was announced for March 4, 1986, at Grace Baptist Church, and 
the theme of the workshop to be "Shared Ministry." 

Chris Hamlet reported for the Camp Committee: major water line from well to lodge 
gave way and had to be replaced at a cost of $1 ,500; and in order to get more light inside 
the lodge, the committee may have to put in two ceiling fans with lights which will also 
help cool the lodge as well as provide additional light. 

Mrs. Faye Bassett recognized the 33 churches that had perfect church letters for 1985 
and reported that the computer was a great help in getting out this information. 

It was approved by the Association Board that the moderator appoint a special com- 
mittee of from three to seven members to study the Life Enrichment Center and its 
relationship to the Yates Baptist Association. 

MARCH 11, 1986, a called meeting of the Board was held at Hope Valley Baptist 
Church. 

Rev. Malbert Smith, chairman of the Resource Center Building Committee, presented 
the following recommendations which were adopted by the Association Board. 

1 . The Building Committee recommended that the association construct the Re- 
source Center on Garrett Road at a cost of $200,000, and that the association 
serve as the general contractor with Mr. George Ray (Olive Branch) serving as 
the job superintendent. 

2. In order to comply with the site plan approved by the City Council during the 
rezoning process, the Building Committee recommended that the association 
add a figure up to $75,000 of original loan request of $200,000 in order to pave a 
parking lot, landscape, grade, and pay for water and sewer connections. 

3. The Building Committee recommended that the association request the trustees 
of Yates Baptist Association to execute a loan up to $275,000 with Wachovia 
Bank at the rate committed to by Wachovia in their commitment letter of Feb- 
ruary 12, 1986. 

For additional information, Rev. Smith reported that as of that date over $20,000 had 
been received as special gifts to this project. Letter of Commitment from Wachovia 
Bank quoted an interest rate of one-half percent over prime. The association can also 
save money by acting as its own general contractor. 

Ground-breaking ceremonies were announced for Sunday, April 6, 1986, at 3:00 
p.m., at the building site. 

It was approved after examining several alternatives that: (1) the association promote 
the ministry of our association during the Associational Emphasis Week, May 19-25, 
1986; (2) the association not promote an offering for the association during this time, 
but churches and individuals who desire may contribute to association ministries; (3) the 
association promote and encourage churches to receive an offering for the Baptist State 
institutions (Children's Homes, Retirement Homes, and Hospital) during May, 1986, 
and receive an offering in September 1986 for our other Baptist agencies as requested by 
our Baptist State Convention; and (4) the Baptist State Convention return 10 percent of 
the September State Missions Offering received from churches in Yates Association to 
our association for its use. (This is the agreement that the State Convention has made 
with all of our North Carolina associations.) 



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MAY 20, 1986, Yates Baptist Association held a regular Board meeting at Park View 
Baptist Church. 

Upon recommendation by the Missions Committee, the following were approved: 

1. That the Yates Board honor the request of Bahama Baptist Church to receive up 
to $3,600 from the Baptist State Convention in 1987. 

2. That the Personnel Committee develop a job description for the Director of Mis- 
sion Ministry and, as soon as possible, in order to proceed with calling a person 
to this position possibly in 1987. 

3. That during the World Missions Conference, missionaries speaking from an 
assigned schedule (provided by the association) be given an honorarium of $35 
per speaking engagement and those who speak only once be given an honorarium 
of $50. 

4. That funding for the 1987 World Missions Conference come from participating 
churches contributing 75 cents per resident member to the association for ex- 
penses. The minimum amount any church to pay - $175 and the maximum - $500. 

5. That each church participating in the World Missions Conference provide 
housing for one missionary for five nights, and that, if possible, they be housed 
with the same family for the church's conference period. If the church prefers, 
they can provide motel accommodations at a motel to be selected by the associa- 
tion; and that each church provide transportation for one missionary for the 
various churches throughout their conference time. 

Dr. Harris reminded the Board of the Long-Range Planning Conference schedule: 
Leader - Dr. Truman Brown, Sunday School Board, Nashville; October 2, 1986 - one 
day training conference; and May 1 1-14 (Mon.-Thurs.) - individual church consultations. 

The Nominations Committee presented the following officers for the upcoming year: 
Moderator - Rev. Crate Jones (87); (Vice moderator not presented at this time); Clerk - 
Miss Lois King (88); Treasurer - Billy Judd (90); and Parliamentarian - Bruce Little (87). 

The Board approved the following recommendation from the Life Enrichment Cen- 
ter Study Committee: (1) that support be reduced over a six-year period; (2) that churches 
be encouraged to make referrals to the Life Enrichment Center; and (3) that Yates Asso- 
ciation express gratitude to the Life Enrichment Center for their including our Yates 
Association in the Board of Directors and request that the person serving as the chair- 
man of the Christian Life Committee of the association be a permanent member of the 
Board of Directors of the Life Enrichment Center. 

Rev. Ernest Ferrell, chairman of the Evangelism Committee, gave some statistics on 
the "Good News America, God Loves You" simultaneous crusade: 80 percent of 
36,000 churches across convention participated (or 29,000); revivals were conducted in 
all 50 states; 90 percent of all Southern Baptist churches participated; and highest response 
of any undertaking. In Yates Association 39 churches participated with the following 
results: newly enrolled in Sunday School - 75; professions of faith - 74; rededications - 
1,129; transfers of letter - 37. 

The following was reported on the new Resource Center: had to submit site develop- 
ment plans to the city and they required that an architect's seal to be on the plans. The 
local architects quoted $10-$18,000 for this, but an architect in Tryon, N.C., was recom- 
mended that would draw our plans for a fee of $7,000. The drawings arrived back in of- 
fice on May 14. The mortgage loan was approved May 15. The building permit was ap- 
plied for on May 15, and building should be completed in 180 days. 

The Board approved the moderator, vice moderator and director of missions meeting 
with an attorney to obtain information regarding incorporation. 



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The Board approved Rev. Phil Wiggins serving as associational volunteer police 
chaplain. 

It was announced that Duncan and Jane Schirmer, camp caretakers, were the proud 
parents of a baby girl - the first child born to any of our camp directors. 

The Yates Baptist Association held a regular Board meeting on Tuesday, JULY 15, 
1986, at Durham Memorial Baptist Church. 

Mr. Warren Elledge reported for the Audit Committee that the audit report had been 
received from Bailey, Self, Harris & Company and reviewed by the Audit Committee. 
Everything seems to be in order, and full report will be made at annual meeting. 

Dr. Frank Zedick presented five matters from the Personnel Committee: 

1. Presented the job description for the position of Director of Church and Com- 
munity Ministries (formerly Director of Missions Ministries) which meets with 
the Home Mission Board's policy. 

2. Dr. Dale Baker had been employed as camp director. 

3. Mrs. Saundra Faye Stallings had been employed as secretary beginning July 21, 
1986, for $5.75 per hour. After six months her work will be evaluated and hope- 
fully raised to $6.00 per hour. 

4. It was approved that the Constitution Committee be authorized to revise the 
constitution to include the chairman of the Personnel Committee as a member 
of the Executive Committee. 

5. The Board approved that Rev. Marvin Settle be granted the privilege of con- 
sidering embarking on the Doctor of Ministry Program offered by the Golden 
Gate Seminary, especially designed for director of missions. 

Rev. Marvin Settle reported that he and the moderator and vice moderator had been 
unable to meet with the attorney regarding incorporating. They will continue to work on 
this. 

The Director of Missions also announced the scheduled Stewardship Conference to be 
held at Bethesda Baptist Church on September 23 with Dr. Dale Steele from First Bap- 
tist Church, Burlington, N.C., and Mrs. Frances Cook from the North Carolina Baptist 
Foundation, and Rev. Settle as conference leaders. 

It was approved that the associational staff and the Executive Committee be allowed 
to work on a policies and procedures manual" for the association. 

The Association Board met on Tuesday, SEPTEMBER 9, 1986, at Bethesda Baptist 
Church. 

The following items were presented by the Missions Committee and approved by the 
Board. 

1. That both the Bahama Baptist Church and the New Jerusalem Baptist Cathedral 
Church be presented for full membership at the annual meeting of the association. 

2. That the association sponsor a Multi-family Housing Conference, May 11-12, 
1987. 

3. That the association assist in ministering during the 1987 Olympic Festival 
scheduled for July 25-August 8. 

Rev. Charles Rutt, chairman of the Nominations Committee, presented the following 
slate of persons to serve next year: Moderator - Rev. Crate Jones; Vice Moderator - 
Frank Shipp; Clerk - Miss Lois King; Treasurer - Billy Judd; Parliamentarian - Bruce 
Little; Pastors at Large - Dr. James Murphy and Rev. Joe Zimmerman; Sunday School 
Director - Rev. Fred Williams; Church Training Director - Mrs. Ginger Stanhope; 
Music Director - Rev. Ran Whitley; Brotherhood - J. Edwin Couch; WMU - Mrs. Sandy 
Harrison; and TACMO Director - Mrs. Clara Crabtree. 



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It was announced that the Ministerial Care Committee is planning a retreat for next 
spring. They are also working on improved programs for the Ministers' Conference and 
a special fund to assist ministers who have been involuntarily terminated by their church. 

The Director of Missions reported that the association office had received infor- 
mation on the SBC trip to St. Louis next year. The cost of the air fare, hotel and ground 
transportation will be $375 for double occupancy. This price could go up slightly in 
January. Required deposit of $75. 

Rev. Settle announced that Dr. Lloyd Elder, president of the Sunday School Board, 
will be here either March 24 or 25. 

A regular Board meeting of the association was held Tuesday, OCTOBER 14, 1986, 
at West wood Baptist Church. 

Recommended changes for the constitution were presented as follows: (1) Article X - 
addition of Personnel Committee Chairman to the Executive Committee; and (2) 
Bylaws - strike Article 2 - Trustees of Yates Village, Inc. 

The Board adopted guidelines for funding and administering a Yates Ministers' 
Emergency Assistance Fund as presented by Dr. James Murphy, chairman, Ministerial 
Care Committee. Guidelines and request forms are available in the association office. It 
was pointed out that funds for this emergency assistance would come from monies that 
will be returned to the association from the State Missions Offering. The proposed 
budget for 1987 reflects $500 allotted to this fund, with a like amount to be added each 
year. 

The Board approved the job description for the Director of Church and Community 
Ministries Director. The Board also affirmed the Executive Committee's decision that 
Mrs. Faye Oakley Bassett be extended a call, effective January 1, 1987, as the Director 
of Church and Community Ministries. 

Rev. Marvin Settle encouraged churches to increase their giving by an average of $400 
in order for the association to go forward with the 12 priorities set for 1987. The 
building debt alone will increase the budget $11 ,000. 

Rev. Settle reported that the moderator, and he met with Attorney Robert Holleman, 
and Mr. Holleman is looking into what should be done regarding incorporating. 

If you think 1986 was a busy year, you wait unitl 1987! Exciting things happened in 
1986 and more exciting things are on tap for 1987. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Crate H. Jones, Moderator 

Report of the Sunday School 

This past year was a year of transition for our Associational Sunday School work. We 
changed directors in midstream, and we began to implement some new ways of helping 
our Sunday Schools attain balanced, sustained growth in the years ahead. 

Despite the difficulties of breaking in the new director, we were able, by God's grace, 
to provide training in several different areas: 

In February we assisted our churches in getting ready for the Good News America 
campaign by teaching the Equipping Center module, "Training Sunday School 
Workers in Evangelism." 

In March our Vacation Bible School director, Mrs. Darlene Harrill, led a team to a 
session taught by our State VBS workers to prepare for our Associational VBS clinic 
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In May and August some of our team members received training at Ridgecrest, NC; 
and on September 5-6 Rev. Ron Harrison led a Sunday School Growth Spiral Con- 
ference for our Yates Association churches. The Growth Spiral is an extremely effective 
way of gaining and maintaining balanced growth in the Sunday School. The churches 
that put it into practice almost invariably experience measurable improvement in atten- 
dance and quality of teaching. We will be stressing this approach to Sunday School 
growth in the years to come. If you have questions about it, contact Ron Harrison 
(682-2591) or Fred Williams (596-0331/596-8907) for more information. 

On September 30, the last day of our church year, we presented training for Sunday 
School workers, with a special focus on new teachers, to help supplement their prepara- 
tion for the new year. 

Your Associational Sunday School Improvement Support Team (ASSIST) covets 
your prayers as we seek the best ways to reach the people of our area and teach them the 
good news about Jesus Christ. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Fred M. Williams, III, Director 

Report of Church Training 

The highlight of the year for Church Training was the Children's Bible Drill com- 
petition held at Temple Baptist Church, Sunday, April 27, 1986. Participants from 
Durham First And Bethesda competed under the direction of Mrs. Peggy Craig. Four of 
these, Brent Allison, Christy Coates, Kellie O'Shields and Ashley Weston, all from 
Bethesda Baptist Church, competed in State Bible Drill Competition in Asheboro. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Forest M. Gale, Jr., Director 

Report of the Brotherhood 

New units of Baptist Men and RA's continue to develop in our association. Likewise, 
some units have failed. However, men and boys continue to seek ways to expand their 
service through their churches. Many men have been involved in prison ministry, visita- 
tion programs, rest home ministry, Agape Corners ministry, Fort Caswell renovation, 
overseas dental ministries, Togo and many others. Praise the Lord. 

RA events such as the Crusader Car Competition and Mission Fair, the Track Meet 
and Camp Caraway Summer Camp continue to be big events in the lives of RA boys. 

One of our goals has been to increase enrollment by 10 percent per year and involve 
more men and boys in mission ministry. In 1985 we only grew six percent. The 1986 
results are not known yet, but 10 percent is expected. Certainly we have increased mission 
participation. 

Respectfully submitted, J. Edwin Couch, Director 
Larry Clarke, Baptist Men's President 
Bryce Bates, RA Director 



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Report of Woman's Missionary Union 

"Multiply the Vision" has been our emphasis for 1985-86. Our vision for missions 
has certainly been enlarged as we have been made so much more aware of the many ways 
God speaks to us today to call us to take a greater part in winning people to Jesus Christ. 
We have seen that we must get more people and churches involved in praying, giving to 
missions, doing in mission action in our community for those who are crying out to us 
for help and love, and above all we must be more dedicated to do more personal wit- 
nessing. 

In November Alice Bates did a superb job teaching our WMU leaders at the Church 
Growth Conference held at First Baptist Church. 

Our Baptist Women responded so graciously again this year by baking cookies for the 
women living at Woman's Prison in Raleigh. Many of our WMU members faithfully 
visit, entertain and carry refreshments to the residents of Murdoch Center as they share 
God's love with them. 

We all had a ball at our birthday parties in our individual churches in January and 
February as we celebrated our centennial. Our Centennial Chairman, Dot Hicks, spent 
many hours of hard work compiling a book of the WMU histories that she received 
from the Centennial Chairmen in 35 of our churches. A copy of the finished book is 
now available at the association office for each of the 35 churches that submitted a his- 
tory. 

As we observed our 100 days of prayer as a part of our centennial celebration, we 
were made aware anew of the wonderful heritage of our WMU, but let us now look for- 
ward to greater growth both spiritually and numerically as we continue to "Multiply the 
Vision." Let our prayer be that the Lord will pick out the impurities in us until the world 
can see only Christ in us as we leave footprints for future generations to follow. 

Our 37th Annual Session was held on April 15 at Mount Hermon Baptist Church 
with 325 registering in attendance. Our theme: "Past, Present — And Now Tomorrow" 
was a wonderful conclusion to our Centennial Celebration. Many of our ladies dressed 
for the occasion in outfits from the past and it was such a wonderful picture to see the 
beautiful styles. Our features speaker was Miss Carol L. Humphries, missionary recently 
retired from service in Nigeria. She shared with us "Changes I Have Seen on the Mission 
Field." She urged us to care for the children through the church WMU organization. 
Following a delicious meal served by Group I, Dot Hicks directed a very enlightening 
and enjoyable fashion parade of "Past to Present." 

On November 4 we met together at Plainview Baptist Church for the Baptist Women's 
World Day of Prayer. This was a special time of prayer as Baptist Women around the 
world prayed together for missions. 

On May 18 our GA's and Acteens held a rally with singing and a fashion show at Grey 
Stone Baptist Church. Mary Ann Buckner, missionary to Indonesia, was the guest 
speaker. 

By the time of this meeting, we will have had our leadership conference at Ridgecrest 
and our Praise Celebration at First Baptist. Our WMU officers have made contact with 
every church in our association during the year and offered our help to get new work 
started and present work increased. We hope to see fruit from these contacts during the 
coming year. Our association WMU achieved Distinguished recognition. 

As this 1985-86 year closes, I will be completing my two-year term as your WMU 
Director. These two years have been a blessing for me in so many ways. To our Director 



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of Missions, our Executive Committee, the WMU Council and each of you goes my 
heartfelt thanks for your loving support, encouragment, cooperation, kind words and 
prayers. Although I do not feel at this time that I can continue as WMU Director be- 
cause of the time it demands, I do plan to continue to work in the WMU as I serve as 
your Baptist Women Director. Please pray for me as I lead your Baptist Women. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Geraldine H. Mitchell, Director 

Report of the Music Committee 

The work of the Music Committee of Yates Baptist Association continues to show 
strength and hard work. The past year's work experienced considerable success and 
enthusiasm. 

I. The Growth Seminar for Leadership was a good time to hear from a Church Music 
leader whose ministry has grown from 175 to over 1,500 persons. John Glover from 
First Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, shared the principles of growth instrumental 
in the seven-year growth of the ministry at First Baptist Church, Atlanta. We express 
appreciation to First Baptist Church, Durham, for hosting this event. 
II. The Adult Choir Festival involved 100 adult choir members from some 10 churches 
of our association. We were happy to have as our guest director, David Thomas of 
First Baptist, Asheboro, N.C. The adult choir members enjoyed the rehearsal with 
Mr. Thomas, a brief worship experience and then a fellowship time. We express 
appreciation to Yates Baptist for hosting this event. 

III. The Children's Choir Camp was a tremendous success involving many different 
persons. There were some 120 children involved in the camp with 37 workers repre- 
senting some 30 churches. Dr. Michael Hawn, Professor of Music at Southeastern 
Baptist Theological Seminary, worked with the children as guest clinician. This 
event became the springboard for the musical presentation during the first session 
of the annual meeting. This event will stand out in the minds of the children for 
years to come. We express our appreciation to Grace Baptist Church who hosted 
the camp, Mr. Burke Raper who coordinated the camp and worked with the Music 
Committee in the planning and execution of a smooth running experience for our 
children. 

IV. The Yatesmen continue to supply music for special events in the association. Ted 
Reed continues to direct this group of ministers as they sing and fellowship together. 

The work of the Music Committee continues to be the strongest in the State of N.C, 
thanks to the help of a fine group of persons who accept tasks and completes them. I am 
personally grateful for the opportunity to have served as Music Director of the association 
working with some of the finest people in the whole world. I am deeply indebted to 
Marvin Settle who has undergirded all the work of the Music Committee with his support. 
The surface of areas of music work for the association has just barely been scratched. 
Pray for Ran Whitley as he takes over the responsibility as Music Director. Thank you 
for allowing me the opportunity to serve. 

Respectfully submitted, 
E. Hugh O'Shields 



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Report of TACMO 



The Associational Church Media Library Organization met four times during the 
year. The first meeting was held on November 2, 1985, at Ridgecrest Baptist Church. 
Mrs. Janie Clements led the program on the technical processing of books. Twelve 
people representing six churches were in attendance. 

On February 1, 1986, the meeting was held at Duke University. Mrs. Thelma George 
arranged a tour of the Divinity School Library as well as sections of Perkins Library. 
Miss Martha Cleary conducted the tour. Fourteen people from six churches were pre- 
sent. 

The May 3, 1986, meeting was held at Park View Baptist Church. Mrs. Thelma George 
led the group in making protective containers for materials. She provided a display of 
items on protecting library materials. Five churches were represented by 1 1 people. 

The last meeting of the year was held on August 2, 1986, at Braggtown Baptist Church. 
Eleven people from four churches were present. Book reviews were given by those in 
attendance. Officers for 1986-87 were elected. 

TACMO 's goals are to promote the use of resources to equip Christians for witness and 
missions, to encourage all the churches in the association to provide a media library, 
and to continue the development of the Yates Association Library. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Clara J. Crabtree, Director 

Report of Laubach 

During the past year a Durham County Literacy Council was organized. Since no 
requests were received from the association to hold literacy tutor trainer workshops, 
your Associational Literacy Director, Mary Whaley, has been doing the training for the 
Durham County Literacy Council. Four workshops were held during the year training a 
total of 89 persons to work with nonreaders in our area. Very few of this number were 
members of our associational churches. A number of persons outwardly claimed to be 
agnostics and were very adamant about not wanting to use the literacy material pertaining 
to the Bible. 

Statistics have shown that the majority of nonreaders who are asked why they want to 
learn to read will answer, "I want to learn to read so I can read the Bible." We as 
Southern Baptists have such a unique opportunity to spread God's Word by helping 
these people know the joy of reading His Word. 

We feel sincerely that this program should be continued in our association but in 
order to do so we must have your cooperation. 

Respectively submitted, 
Mary E. Whaley 

Report of the Camp Committee 

Our problems with respect to water and sewer requirements at the camp remain un- 
resolved. Regretably no likely solutions to these problems are now in view. The Camp 
Committee is well aware of the need for proceeding with long-range plans for meeting 
the camping and retreat needs of the association. With the boom psychology now pre- 
vailing in the Triangle area, however, the committee believes that prudence dictates that 
it proceed with care and it is acting accordingly. 

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On the other hand, everything possible will be done to maintain the camp and to use 
the resources we already have in such a way as to serve the association as fully and ef- 
fectively as possible. Plans now in process of implementation include repairs and improve- 
ments in and around the Lodge and the Matthew Yates cabin and in and around the 
shelter. Plans are also being made to replace the sign at the camp entrance. 

At the end of June, Duncan Schirmer resigned as Camp Caretaker and was immedi- 
ately replaced by Dale Baker. Dale is a student at Southeastern Seminary and expects to 
be with us for several years. He has already demonstrated his interest in the camp and 
has been busy catching up on deferred maintenance. Dale is also interested in assisting 
with programs for groups using the camp and is in the process of getting help from the 
State Convention in developing such programs. Dale and his wife, Lynn, invite you to 
visit and use the camp and will be glad to help you in any way possible. 

Please use the camp and feel free to give us your comments and suggestions for im- 
provement. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Chris C. Hamlet, Chairman 

Report of the Community Ministries Committee 

Community ministries covers a broad spectrum of ministering to the "whole person" 
for Jesus Christ. Your committee is aware that our churches are ministering in the name 
of the association to human need in a redemptive manner. One such church in particular 
is Edgemont, an inner-city church whose doors have been opened to the Agape Corner 
School for use of their facilities. These school children find themselves in a difficult time 
in growing up at home and school because of abuse and neglect and therefore the school 
is designed to guide them through such difficult circumstances. Our commendation 
goes to Edgemont for providing this vital community ministry. Additional involvement 
in this ministry is Fulton Hartzog and two members of Angier Avenue. Fulton leads in a 
Bible study and two of the Angier Avenue ladies tutor the children. 

The prison ministry of Yates Baptist Association continues its effective course under 
the direction of Rev. Boyce Kimball. Mr. Kimball meets with approximately 25-35. Mr. 
Kimball's ministry involves preaching, teaching, counseling, distribution of tracts and 
other expressions of ministry to the inmates as chaplain. 

In a meeting in August the committee heard from Mr. Chris Hamlet from Meals on 
Wheels in Durham. It was discussed how the committee may involve wider participation 
by the Baptists in Yates Association. The committee wishes to encourage messengers to 
the association to offer their assistance with the Meals on Wheels program. 

The committee is happy to report that the association provided half of the cost of 
Bibles that were presented to the recent graduating class of the Durham Police Academy. 
Rev. Philip Wiggins, a member of the Durham Police Department, serves on a volunteer 
basis as Chaplain for the Police Department. He is a graduate of Southwestern Baptist 
Theological Seminary and is a Durham native. We are fortunate to have someone of his 
expertise and commitment. 

The Community Ministries of this association face some gigantic challenges in ex- 
panding our ministry in the midst of an area that offers dynamic opportunities of ministry 
through expanded staff leadership, vision and service. Your suggestions for meeting 
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Respectfully submitted, 
Everette J. Smith, Chairman 



Report of the Constitution Committee 

Recommended Changes - Constitution 

(1) CONSTITUTION - ARTICLE X 

Section 3. The Associational Board shall have an Executive Committee composed of 

the Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Chairman of the 
I Trustees, Directors of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Mis- 
j sionary Union, Music, and the Associational Church Media Organization, the Chair- 
|| men of Camp, Community Ministries, Evangelism, Finance and Missions committees, 

two pastors elected at large, and the Director of Missions .... 
1 RECOMMENDED CHANGE: 

j The Associational Board shall have an Executive Committee composed of the Mo- 
■ derator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Chairman of the Trustees, 
! Directors of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary 
Union, Music, and the Associational Church Media Organization, the Chairmen of 
j Camp, Community Ministries, Evangelism, Finance, Missions, and Personnel commit- 
tees, two pastors elected at large, and the Director of Missions .... 

i The reason for this change is a request from the Associational Board to make this 
| change in the constitution because the Personnel Committee is to make recommendations 
to the Executive Committee; however, it does not seat its chairman on the Executive 
j Committee. 

I (2) BYLAWS - STRIKE ARTICLE 2 - TRUSTEES OF YATES VILLAGE, INC. 

By action of the Association Board and at a called meeting of the association, the 
work and relationship with Yates Village, Inc. has been terminated; therefore, this sec- 
tion is no longer needed in our constitution. The subsequently following articles then 
would be numbered Article 2 - "Rules of Order," Article 3 - "Advisory to the Board," 
Article 4 - "Amendments." 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jesse J. Croom, Chairman 

Report of the Deacon Committee 

The Deacons' Committee of the Yates Baptist Association sponsored a Deacon Minis- 
try Workshop on March 4, 1986, at Grace Baptist Church. 

Rev. Joe Clontz led a conference on the role of the church in ministering to commuting 
students. Rev. Aubrey Quakenbush led a conference on the deacon as a hospital 
minister. Rev. Larry Taylor led a conference to aid the deacons in sharing their faith in 
Jesus Christ. Dr. Larry Harper, pastor of Homestead Heights Baptist Church, brought 
an inspiring message entitled "Shared Ministry." 

Twenty-one churches were represented for this Deacon Ministry Workshop. Our com- 
mittee is looking forward to planning the workshop for 1987. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ron Harrison, Chairman 



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Report of the Evangelism Committee 

The major event of 1986 for the Evangelism Committee was the simultaneous revival 
effort known as "Good News America, God Loves You." A total of 80 percent of 
36,000 churches across the convention participated. Revivals were conducted in all 50 
states. In Yates Association the results were as follows: 



Number of churches participating 39 

Number enrolled in Sunday School 75 

Professions of faith 74 

Rededications 1 ,229 

Transfers of letter 37 



The emphasis for 1987 will be "Target Group Evangelism." Programs directed toward 
the emphasis will be: 

(1) The Evangelism Committee and WMU are co-sponsoring an evangelistic 
training workshop for persons from their teens through adults. The date for 
this workshop is January 27. Dr. Dale Cross (HMB) will lead the workshop for 
men and teenage boys and bring a keynote message on target group evangelism. 

(2) The Evangelism Committee is co-sponsoring with the Youth Advisory Com- 
mittee and Music Committee the presentation of "Celebrate Life" as an evan- 
gelistic attempt to reach other youth and their parents. "Celebrate Life" will 
be presented on March 13 and 14. 

(3) On May 11 and 12, the Evangelism Committee and Missions Committee are 
co-sponsoring a Multi-Family Housing Conference. This program is designed 
to train church leadership in reaching multi-family complexes in our area. 

Target Group Evangelism is an effort to reach people of a certain group. Our targets 
are youth, persons with Ph.D.'s, families, singles, college students, and internationals. 
These conferences will help us reach these groups. 

Pray for God to burden us for these target groups that we might be able to reach 
them. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ernest H. Ferrell, Chairman 

Report of the Ministerial Care Committee 

The Ministerial Care Committee has been busy seeking to determine the most pressing 
needs and desires of the ministers in our association. A questionnaire was mailed to each 
minister trying to determine which areas of ministry assistance would be most beneficial. 
The response to the questionnaire was excellent and proved to be very beneficial in guiding 
our thoughts. 

At our meetings much discussion centered around ways in which the association could 
be most helpful in assisting ministers with continuing education, crisis situations, and 
opportunities for rejuvenation of the minister facing burnout. 

Recommendations have been made to the Finance Committee regarding assistance 
for ministers in crisis, to the Ministers' Conference concerning educational programming, 
to the Director of Missions with respect to administrative programs and urban evangelism 
training for ministers, and a suggestion has been made that an annual retreat be planned 
for the associational ministers and their spouses. 



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Our work has just begun, however the enthusiasm and support is strong and the 
future looks bright. 

I want to thank each member of the committee for the dedicated interest in this area 
of ministry. 

Respectfully submitted, 
James I. Murphy, Chairman 

Report of the Missions Committee 

The Missions Committee has been involved in several exciting activities and ministries 
this year. 

We sponsored a Church Growth Conference. Dr. Truman Brown, consultant from 
the Sunday School Board, directed the conference which provided insights in principles 
of church growth. 

We are indebted to Melissa Johnson, summer intern, who gathered vital information 
which will be utilized in the future ministry of our Director of Church and Community 
Ministries. 

Our committee has continued its strategy planning for immediate and future needs in 
our association. 

We encouraged the churches in Yates Association to conduct an Associational Em- 
phasis in May. The purpose was to better inform our congregations of the ministries 
provided by and through our association. 

The Chaplaincy Ministry that was previously under the guidance of our committee is 
now under the supervision of Community Ministries. 

Our committee has continued to monitor the watchcare relationship of Bahama Bap- 
tist and New Jerusalem Cathedral Churches. 

The American Village Mission and the Umstead Road/Cole Mill Mission were dis- 
solved November 24, 1985, and December 31, 1985, respectively. 

Our committee is committed to assisting churches in beginning new missions in our 
association. Any pastor or church interested should contact our Director of Missions or 
the Chairman of the Missions Committee. 

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR 1987 

The following recommendations have been approved by the Yates Executive Com- 
mittee and Association Board in previous action: 

1. Our association will sponsor a Long-Range Planning Conference May 11-15, 
1987, with Dr. Truman Brown as leader. 

2. Our association will coordinate a World Missions Conference September 20-27, 
1987. Our churches will participate either Sunday through Wednesday or Wednes- 
day through Sunday. The major funding will be provided by our churches based 
on the size of resident membership. 

3. Our churches are encouraged to conduct an Associational Emphasis Week in 
May 1 987 . (preferably May 1 8-24) 

4. Our association will assist in ministering during the 1987 Olympic Festival sche- 
duled for July 25-August 8. Actual ministries will be based on needs, available 
funding, and volunteer staff. 



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5. Our association will sponsor a Multi-Family Housing Conference to assist us in 
understanding methods that will enable us to better minister to the number of 
persons living in apartments, condominiums, etc. This regional conference will 
be funded by the Baptist State Convention. 

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ACTIONS 

The Missions Committee has monitored both the Bahama Baptist and New Jerusalem 
Baptist Cathedral Churches during their watchcare status and have found them deserving 
of full membership in Yates Association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Charles H. Harris, Chairman 

Report of the Ordinations Committee 

The Ordinations Committee of Yates Baptist Association had the honor and privilege 
of meeting with and affirming for the ordination to the Gospel Ministry the following: 

Candidate Ordaining Church Date of Council 

Michael Berryman Holloway Street January 9, 1986 

Ken Gowin Faith February 12, 1986 

Marcus Randall Tilley Gorman May 15, 1986 

John Atkinson First June 3, 1986 

Respectfully submitted, 
Benny Littlejohn, Chairman 

Report of the Personnel Committee 

The following major considerations were given by the Personnel Committee this year 
and adopted by the Association Board: 

1. Due to the resignation of Mr. Duncan Schirmer who accepted the associate 
pastorate of First Baptist Church, Smithfield, N.C., it was necessary to employ a 
new Camp Caretaker. 

Mr. Dale Baker, a student at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, was 
employed as Camp Caretaker, effective July 1, 1986. 

2. Due to the resignation of Mrs. Altaree Norris as Office Secretary, effective July 
2, 1986, it was recommended that someone be hired to fill this position and the 
hours be increased from 28 to 35 per week. 

Mrs. Saundra S. Stallings was employed to begin work as Office Secretary, 
effective July 21, 1986. 

3. Presented to the association the job description for the Director of Church and 
Community Ministries (position recommended by Strategy Planning Committee 
Report). 

4. Recommended to the Executive Committee that Mrs. Faye O. Bassett be called 
as Director of Church and Community Ministries, effective January 1, 1987. 
(This recommendation was approved by the Executive Committee and affirmed 
by the Association Board.) 



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Respectfully submitted, 
Frank Zedick, Chairman 



Report of the Public Relations Committee 



The major item of publicity for 1986 was Associational Emphasis Week. Materials 
were secured and used by many of the churches to help church members understand the 
relationship between the association and the churches. Hopefully they can better see 
why we need to educate people and use the resources available through our association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hicks, Chairman 

Report of the Senior Adults 

The Associational Senior Adults continue to be interested in getting together quarterly. 

During our senior years, there is a definite interest in being together for fellowship, in- 
formation and inspiration. Most senior adults have been occupied up to this time in 
raising families and working and have now reached a point in their lives to enjoy being 
| together and doing some of the things that had to be delayed in earlier years. It is my 
belief that you will not find a more loving and friendly group than senior adults. 

Good programs is one of the main aims of the officers. In November the Senior 
! Citizens Choir of Gorman Baptist Church presented an excellent musical, "Christmas in 
the Good Old Days." In February Mr. Wayne Honeycutt, in charge of renovations at 
I Caswell, spoke on the plans for improvements at the Caswell Assembly. In May Mr. R. 
|G. Thomas, and investigator for the Durham Police, presented a very informative 
; program on safety for senior adults with particular emphasis on how con-artists work. 
| In August an outstanding program of secular and sacred music by Miss Nancy Tippett, 
; handbell soloist from Jamestown, N.C., was a one-person concert playing handbells. 

In April a large number of senior adults from several churches in our association 
traveled to Buies Creek, N.C., for a one-day rally on the theme "Fulfillment of His 
Purpose." The rally was sponsored by the Department of Aging, Christian Life Council, 
Baptist State Convention with more than 1,000 in attendance. 

Travel still is one of the activities enjoyed by senior adults. It is gratifying to learn that 
more of the churches are planning trips for members using church vans. Also, some 
organized groups are making it possible for safe travel for senior adults to travel to 
many places ~ Hawaii, New England States, Niagara Falls, etc. 

Attendance has been good at the meetings but we are anxious to involve more in the 
opportunities of Christian fellowship. Meetings are the second Thursday of the second 
month of the quarter for a covered-dish luncheon and program. It is hoped that more 
senior adults will join us. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Floyd Rhodes, Jr., President 

Report of the Singles 30-50 

The Yates Singles 30-50 met the second Saturday each month. The officers for 1985-86 
were Karen Gubar, President; Jack Kelley, Vice President; Gloria Welch, Secretary; 
and Betty Parrish, Telephone Chairman. Karen resigned in February and Jack assumed 
the presidency. The meetings and programs for the year varied in length and content. 
There was the traditional spaghetti dinner, ice cream social, cookout, dining out and 



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movies. There were day trips to West Jefferson to see the frescoes, a climb up Hanging 
Rock, an excursion to see Chinquapenn at Christmas, a visit to the Museum of Archives 
and History in Raleigh, and a walk through the Botanical Gardens in Chapel Hill. A 
weekend trip was also made to Manteo and The Lost Colony. Our average attendance 
was 13. Our year was highlighted with the marriage in March of David Brame and Patti 
Buck. We invite any single to join us for great fellowship. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gloria Welch, Secretary 

Report of the Singles Over 50 

Some are asking, "Just what is Singles Over 50?" It is a group of men and women, 50 
years of age or older, who are single due to being separated, divorced, widowed, or 
having never married. 

We have become a close fellowship meeting approximately one and one-half hours on 
the first Saturday of each month in a church or restaurant. The time and place is listed 
each month in the Yates News. 

Programs have been varied and interesting. In addition to gifts to organizations and 
persons less fortunate than we, Gideon Bibles were sent in memory of three members 
who died this year. 

We encourage churches to announce in their papers that we welcome new members. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Helen K. Mumford, President 

Report of the Stewardship Committee 

The Stewardship Committee of Yates Baptist Association reports several events oc- 
curring in the past year. 

One is a program of education for pastors and their finance or stewardship committee 
chairpersons held at the Landlubber's restaurant under the leadership of the Rev. 
Talmage Williams of our State Convention. The Convention also was generous in picking 
up the tab for lunch. 

On September 23, at Bethesda Church, we had a conference for pastors, finance 
committee and personnel committees, and staff persons. The three workshops were: 
"What has Planned Growth in Giving Done for our Church" led by Dale Steele, pastor 
at First Church, Burlington; "Endowments & Trusts for Churches" led by Frances 
Cook of the North Carolina Baptist Foundation; and "Ministerial Compensation" led 
by Rev. Marvin B. Settle, Director of Missions. We had 38 to attend, representing 16 
churches. 

Finally, our committed chairperson, the Rev. Wofford Boyd, left our area to become 
police chaplain for Greensboro. 

We hope you will give us input as to how we can help your church in the area of 
stewardship. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jerry E. Harper, Sr., Chairman 



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Report of the Student Work Committee 



Yates Association has three major universities within its boundaries ~ Duke, UNC, 
and NCCU. The Student Work Committee seeks to assist Baptist campus ministries and 
association churches in providing a coordinated ministry to the thousands of students in 
our association. We offer resources for churches seeking to develop a ministry to college 
students and promote increased awareness and interaction between campuses and 
churches. In past years, we have participated in campus ministry through our financial 
support of BSU at Duke and UNC. This year we want to continue to support these two 
groups, while adding support for campus ministry at NCCU. With associational em- 
phases this year on target group evangelism and the upcoming Olympic Festival, we 
hope association churches will catch more of a vision for ministry on university cam- 
puses. Our committee would be happy to suggest ideas, resources, materials and means 
of ministry to any such churches. We look forward to ministry to students with you in 
the coming year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John S. Hammett, Chairman 

Report of the Youth Advisory Committee 

The year 1985-86 has been an encouraging and growing year for our youth ministries 
in our association. Several new Ministers of Youth have joined our ranks, bringing excite- 
i ment both to their churches and to our association. 

In April, 13 churches and 160 youth workers took advantage of the fellowship and 
recreation as our first Associational Youth Volleyball Tournament was held at Cresset 
Baptist Church. 

The State Convention offered "Super Summer 86" to our youth in July. Five chur- 
ches and 50 youth from our association traveled together to Greensboro to attend the 
Youth Evangelistic Crusade. Churches from our association attending the three-day 
training sessions in Winston-Salem joined us for the evening. 

The final event of the year was our second Back to School Skate held at Wheels 
Skating Rink. Again the fellowship, skating, and devotion proved to be a highlight to 
our youth as 20 churches and 180 youth and youth workers attended the skate. 

As 1985-86 has been an encouraging year for the Youth Advisory Committee the up- 
coming year has the potential of a truly rewarding year. Plans for this next year include 
a "Disciple Now" Lock-In, Youth Musical Crusade, Recreational League Play, and a 
fellowship for more youth ministers involvement. 

We look forward to the new year and the possibilities it will bring to us. Continue to 
pray and support your youth and your youth ministries. 

■ 

Respectfully submitted, 
Marty Tobin, Chairman 

Report of the Director of Missions 

In Luke 10, we have the very familiar story of the Parable of the Good Samaritan. 
The Lawyer's question, "Who is my neighbor?" rings loud to us today. 

What does it take to be a neighbor? How can a church be a good neighbor? From the 
scriptures in Luke 10, it appears that a church is a neighbor when it responds to those in 
need. 

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Our association is a group of churches joined together to care for our neighbors. This 
past year we have been studying and planning from our association's strategy plan. We 
have made great strides towards reaching numerous goals of our five year plan. 

The year 1987 will be a year of a great deal of action. Actions that will show our neigh- 
bors that we care. Actions that will demonstrate our compassion for people. Actions 
that will demonstrate our desire to reach people with the Gospel of Christ. 

The Key Leaders of our association met and formulated 12 priorities for 1987. Many 
will say that these are too many, too ambitious, unattainable priorities and goals. 
However, I say to you tonight that we can do no less. The needs exist, and we must like 
the Samaritan show mercy. 

The priorities for 1987 are: 

(1) The settling in to our new Resource Center. Easily the food pantry in our Re- 
source Center will facilitate the meeting of needs of the hungry. But the Resource 
Center will not stop there. It will minister to all who have needs from research 
to study, from fellowship to task completion, from a mission strategy base to a 
ministry action center. We will be able to meet all kinds of needs of groups, 
churches, individuals, etc. 

(2) Calling of a Director of Church and Community Ministries. This individual as 
a staff person will not only try to meet the human needs of individuals but will 
attempt to lead churches to develop programs to meet human needs in each 
church community. By ministering to individuals at their point of human need, 
we will more closely follow the example of Jesus Christ of meeting human need, 
then meeting spiritual need. 

One associational staff person cannot meet all of the human needs in our 
area. It will take all of our people working together to do the job. Yet this staff 
person will coordinate and direct these ministry efforts. 

This is an excellent way to express our caring for our neighbors. 

(3) Starting up to two new churches. Our association has new neighborhoods 
springing up all over the area. Chapel Hill continues to annex territory to its 
east and north, while Durham continues to annex west, south, and east. The 
extension of these governmental jurisdictions brings further governmental ser- 
vices. Yet we need to continue to work at starting new churches. Land that was 
once farm land, overnight, becomes a new residential community. The great 
influx of people to our area brings with it a new Macedonian call, "Come over 
and help us." Your Missions Committee hears the cry for help and hopes to 
respond this year by starting two new churches. Cresset Baptist Church has 
expressed an interest in beginning a new mission in an area identified as northern 
Chapel Hill. Yet we need another church to sponsor another mission. This is 
another excellent way to show how we care for our neighbors. 

(4) Expanding office secretary position to full-time. As more and more programs 
are developed to meet the needs of our neighbors, more and more is required of 
your association staff. In order for ministry to grow to meet the growing needs 
in our community, more and more hours of work are required. The addition 
of additional staff makes it necessary to increase secretarial hours. In order to 
maintain efficiency in operations and continue ministry, these hours must be 
increased. This, too, will help us care for our neighbors. 

(5) Conducting a Youth Evangelism Rally. This will be a first for our association. 
In March of 1987 we will put together an associational mass youth choir which 
will perform the musical "Celebrate Life." This way our youth will be directly 



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involved through a musical to reach other youth for Christ. This will be a 
means for youth to reach their neighbors. 

(6) Conduct a Multi-Family Housing Conference. In May of 1987 the Missions 
Committee will sponsor a Multi-Family Housing Conference. The increased 
growth of our area has brought apartments, condominiums, and retirement 
homes to our area. We can no longer reach people in these multi-family housing 
units by going in and knocking on doors. Many of these facilities prohibit such 
practices. However, we can get into these units by being neighbors, meeting 
needs, and appealing to managment's business sense. This conference will 
show churches how to be neighbors in multi-family housing units. 

(7) Conducting Church Long-Range Planning. Approximately one-third of our 
churches have conducted a long-range planning study within the last two years. 
Nine churches are currently conducting long-range planning. Dr. Truman 
Brown of the Sunday School Board led a conference in long-range planning on 
October 2. He will return next May to do individual church consultations. By 
planning for the future, these churches will set priorities for church growth, and 
thus meet more needs of their neighbors. 

(8) Conduct association-wide evangelism conference and training. In January Dr. 
Dale Cross of the Evangelism Department of the Home Mission Board will be 
here to lead our association in target group evangelism. We have targeted large 
groups of people in our area that need Jesus Christ. These include, the univer- 
sity communities, the research and technical communities, singles, internationals, 
and just about every other major group. 

This evangelism conference will provide training opportunities for laypeople 
interested in ministering and witnessing to these target groups. This, too, will 
show our neighbors we care. 

(9) Ministry during Olympic Sports Festival. We are very fortunate that in August 
1987 the world will be coming to Durham, Chapel Hill, and Raleigh. UNC, 
Duke, and N.C. State University will be the hosts for the Olympic Sports Festi- 
val. Athletes and visitors from all over the world will be here to participate in 
this event. 

These new neighbors will be here only a very short time, but we as part of the 
Christian community can show them our faith, our love, and our care by 
ministering to them during their stay. We hope to devise a plan and put it into 
action to care for these visiting neighbors, 

(10) Conducting a World Missions Conference. We are also fortunate that in October 
1987, the world will return to our area in the form of a World Missions Con- 
ference. Missionaries from seven foreign countries and seven states will be here 
to share what they have been doing to care for our neighbors in other places. 

(11) Conducting a ministerial care retreat. Your new Ministerial Care Committee 
has identified some needs and areas of concern for the care and feeding of our 
neighbors we call our ministers. One idea that is being promoted for 1987 is a 
ministerial care retreat. We hope you will encourage your ministers to seek this 
time of refreshment and rejuvenation through this effort. They can better care 
for their neighbors when they are cared for by each other. 

(12) Conducting a multitude of training opportunities. Training opportunities in 
1987 will be offered for all church organizations, ministers, deacons, steward- 
ship, officers, and each of these will help us minister in a better way to our 
neighbors. As you can see, 1987 will be a very busy association year. However, 



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we will not be busy for the sake of being busy. We will be busy because there 
are many needs out there that need to be met. 

Sometimes we get so busy with our jobs, recreation, relaxation, and church work, 
that we fail to see the needs of people around us. Sometimes we can draw a self- 
indictment that we are just too busy. 

I recall when I was a Home Missionary serving in Richmond, Virginia, a very busylj 
time in my life. We had been experiencing a very cold, snowy winter. Snow had been on! 
the ground for several weeks, and the snow was getting pretty dirty from the salt, sand, 1 
and other chemicals that had been scattered to make transportation easier. 

I was busy accepting calls for help from people needing food, energy bills paid, and 
other assistance. 

I received a call to go to Churchill to minister to the needs of a lady named Mrs. 
Nalton. I arrived at a home that, during the Civil War period, was probably a mansion. 
However, because of urban sprawl and the blight of the community, this home had been 
converted to a multi-family dwelling. I knocked at the door and very shortly a black 
woman wearing a one-sleeved housecoat came to the door. I told her that I had come to 
see Mrs. Nalton. She opened the door and let me in and told me that Mrs. Nalton lived 
at the top of the steps. 

I walked up a rickety staircase, the banister very loose and more dirt inside this 
hallway than was out in the sandy, salty streets. As I climbed the steps, the elderly black 
woman who admitted me asked, "Are you from the drugstore?" I replied, "No 
madame, I am Marvin Settle with the Richmond Baptist Association come to see Mrs. 
Nalton." I continued my progress up the steps when the lady asked again, "Are you 
sure you're not from the drugstore?" Again I replied, "No, I'm not from the drugstore. 
I'm from the Richmond Baptist Association, and I've come to see Mrs. Nalton." I con- 
tinued my journey up the steps and went in and talked for a short while with Mrs. 
Nalton. I determined her immediate needs were food and coal for her stove in order to 
keep her small family fed and apartment warm. I assured her that her needs would be 
met before the end of the day. 

As I began to leave the building, the elderly black woman met me coming down the 
stairs. Again she queried, "Are you from the drugstore?" Again I responded, "No, I 
am not from the drugstore. I'm Marvin Settle and have come to help Mrs. Nalton." As 
I indicated, I was very busy and needed to hurry on my way, but I noticed the despair in 
this woman's eyes and then noticed the clothing more closely that she was wearing. She 
was wearing a one-sleeved housecoat and from under the other sleeve of the housecoat I 
noticed what appeared to be a pajama top. I asked her what her need was from the 
drugstore. The elderly black woman, whose name was Mrs. Washington, indicated that 
she had called the drugstore for some medicine for a burn that she received and they 
were going to send over some Unguentine. I asked her how seriously she was burned. 
She pulled up the sleeve of her pajama top and unwrapped from around her a common 
kitchen dish towel. The sight I saw on her arm almost gave me nausea. 

Mrs. Washington told me that she had been cooking on her coal stove and the sleeve 
of her bathrobe caught fire and burned her arm. She had cut the remainder of the sleeve 
off and wrapped the arm with a dish towel. When she called the drugstore they told her 
they would send over some Unguentine to put on it. I informed Mrs. Washington that 
Unguentine would probably do her more harm than good and that she really needed to 
go to the Burn Unit of the Medical College of Virginia. She told me that she did not 
have the money to go; therefore, I told her that if she would let me take her there I 



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would see to it that they looked after her and our association would take care of any bills 
that the hospital would not. After much persuasion, she agreed to go with me. I took 
ler to the Medical College of Virginia's Burn Unit and after some investigation by the 
doctors, one of the doctors came out and spoke with me. The doctor first of all asked 
me if I was any relationship to Mrs. Washington. I told him no, that I had just met her 
and as of no relationship to her. He informed me that I may have saved her life because 
the arm had become gangrenous and they would probably have to amputate it. He wanted 
me to go in to the examining room and tell Mrs. Washington that they were going to 
have to take her arm off in order to save her life. 

Mustering all the courage that I could, I went in and talked to Mrs. Washington about 
what the doctors had told me. She took my right hand in her left and told me not to 
worry that she had the faith that everything would be all right. She then informed me of 
a dream that she had the night before. She told me that she had the dream that she was 
going to die but that a white angel came and saved her life. She then told me that I was 
that white angel. I told Mrs. Washington that I was far from an angel, but I was glad 
that I was able to help her out. For the next four months while I was still there in Rich- 
mond, I heard reports of a one-armed black lady who was going up and down the streets 
of Churchill telling people about the white angel that saved her life. 

Many times I have asked myself what would have happened to Mrs. Washington if I 
had been too busy helping people that I missed one who was in real need of help. What 
would have happened if I had been too busy taking care of "busyness" that I was 
unable to respond to genuine human need? 

The Yates Baptist Association is an association of churches joined together to care for 
its neighbors. If we ever get too big or too busy to care for our neighbors, to care for 
those with hurts, to care for those with human needs, then we have ceased being what 
Christ would have us be. 

Jesus commanded all of us to go and do likewise. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Marvin B. Settle, Jr. 

Report of the Christian Social Ministries Intern 

The Senior Advisory Council, a referral and information/support ministry for the 
aged and their families in the church, was conceived and designed on the model of a 
similar service in the General Baptist Convention. More than 20 persons participated in 
a month of special training on the issues and resources for the elderly in our community. 
Ten persons, representing five churches, made a commitment to serve as advisors in 
their churches. Resource booklets for their use were compiled; they provide phone 
numbers, addresses, contact persons and descriptions of health and human service agen- 
cies for the aged and also guidelines for discussion in church training. Any family who 
is planning for the care of an aging family member is encouraged to contact the Senior 
Advisory Council for helpful information: 

Facilitator: Mrs. Jewell M. Blackwood, Rt. 7 Box 77, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-1378 
Secretary: Mrs. Ruth Cook, Fearrington Post #279, Pittsboro 27312; 542-2523 
Program: Mrs. Dot Nelson, 447 Continental Dr., 27712; 383-7137 

In addition to the development of this program, other work involved investigation in- 
to the spectrum of human needs in the community, most of which can be brought under 



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the heading of "Families Under Stress:" single-parent families (20 percent of all families 
in Durham County); under-educated wage-earners (of all persons over age 24 - 34 percent 
in Durham County, 26 percent in Orange and 48 percent in Chatham have not completed 
high school); and the many who are removed from their native families: internationals, 
prison inmates, transients (especially the neglected veteran of the Vietnam War), homo- 
sexuals, and the large numbers of professionals and academics relocated in the Research 
Triangle area. The urbanization of this area is an undeniable trend which must be ac- 
knowledged in church planning. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mary B. Sagar 

Report of the Audit Committee 

The Audit Committee of the Yates Baptist Association met July 14, 1986, at 8:00 
a.m., at Shoney's Restaurant, Hillandale Road. The Rev. Marvin Settle met with the 
committee. 

Following breakfast, the committee reviewed the report of an audit that was conducted 
by Bailey, Self, Harris, and Company. 

We found that their report of the audit to be consistent with the bylaws of the associa- 
tion; and that all funds collected and dispersed have been properly accounted for. We 
therefore recommend the report of the auditors be accepted by the Yates Baptist 
Association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Warren Elledge, Mrs. Chesterleen G. Ricca, 
Mrs. Betty Lou Ellis, Chairperson 

Report of the Auditor 

We have examined the statement of assets, liabilities and fund balances - cash basis of 
YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION as of December 31, 1985, and 1984, and the related 
statement of revenues and expenditures - cash basis paid for the years then ended. Our 
examination was made in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards and, 
accordingly, included such tests of the accounting records and such other auditing 
procedures as we considered necessary in the circumstances. 

As described in Note #1, the Association's policy is to prepare its financial statements 
on the basis of cash receipts and disbursements; consequently, certain revenues and the 
related assets are recognized when received rather than when earned, and certain expen- 
ses are recognized when paid rather than when the obligation is incurred. Accordingly, 
the accompanying financial statements are not intended to present financial position 
and results of operations in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles. 

In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present fairly the assets, 
liabilities and fund balances - cash basis of YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION as of 
December 31, 1985, and 1984, and the revenues collected and expenditures paid during 
the years then ended, on the basis of accounting described in Note #1 , which basis has 
been applied in a manner consistent with that of the preceding year. 

Bailey, Self, Harris and Company 



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Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Fund Balances - Cash Basis 



December 31, 1985 and 1984 
YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
Durham, North Carolina 
Exhibit "A" 



1985 1986 



ASSETS 

CURRENT ASSETS: 

Cash in Bank $ 44,752.79 $ 47,367.14 

Temporary Investments - Note #2 116,779.57 116,458.97 

Total Assets $161,532.36 $163,826.11 

LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES 

LIABILITIES _$ .00 _$ XX) 

FUND BALANCES: 

Camp Expansion 46,959.70 46,933.52 

Camp Swimming Pool 207.23 185. 15 

Association Savings 70,757.43 64,231.50 

Church Expansion 6,192.33 

New Work 200.00 2,370.77 

New Work Revolving 1 ,905 .03 1 ,905 .03 

Camp Development 900.00 

Resource Center 13,166.54 

General Fund Surplus 27,436.43 42,007.81 

Total Fund Balances 161,532.36 163,826.11 

Total Liabilities and Fund Balances $161 ,532.36 $163,826. 1 1 



The accompanying notes to financial statements are an integral part of this statement. 

Notes to Financial Statements 

December 31, 1985 
YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
Durham, North Carolina 

NOTE tt\ - SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES 

CASH BASIS - The Association's policy is to prepare its financial statements on the 
cash basis; consequently, certain revenues and the related assets are recognized when 
received rather than when earned and certain expenses are recognized when paid rather 
than when the obligation is incurred. 

FIXED ASSETS - The Association's policy is to expense all fixed assets when acquired. 
Consequently, the financial statements do not reflect fixed assets, accumulated depre- 
ciation and depreciation expense. 

NOTE Wl - SHORT-TERM INVESTMENTS 
Short-term investments as of December 31, 1985 and 1984, are as follows: 

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1985 
$ .00 
116,779.57 
$116,779.57 



1984 
$109,329.25 
7,129.72 
$116,458.97 



U.S. Treasury Bills - Par Value - $1 15,000.00 
Cash Equivalent Fund - Wheat First Securities 
TOTAL 

NOTE #3 - CONTINGENT LIABILITIES 

According to the Association's officers, there were no legal suits pending by or against 
the Association as of December 3 1 , 1985. 

Annual Financial Statement 





Oct.-Dec. 1985 


Jan.-Sept. 1986 


CASH ON HAND 

VilUl X v_x i. ^ X X/ li ^ X-X 






Wachovia Checking 


% 9 595 74 


$ 11 818 35 


CCR Monev Market 


31,198.11 


18 563 11 




$ 40 793 85 


$ 30 381 46 


RECEIPTS 






From Churches 


$ 30,113.56 


$103,409.49 


Sales Tax Refund 




1,102.76 


Interest from Checking (Wachovia) 


121.71 


361.82 


Interest from Money Market (CCB) 


458.06 


1,093.65 


New Work Fund Income 


200.00 


200.00 


Praxis: American Village 


694.88 




Praxis: Umstead Road 


3,601.56 




Yates Village Refund Income 




19,237.01 


Southern Baptist Convention Deposit 


2,150.00 


23,789.15 


Yates Resource Center 


13,166.54 




Agape House Income 




700.00 


Total Cash Available 


$ 91,300.16 


$180,275.34 


niCDI TDCCX4CMTC 






Fellowship, Missions, Evangelism 






Evangelism 


$ 302.32 


$ 1,457.59 


Baptist Campus Ministries 






UNC 


774.99 


2,148.35 


Duke 


450.00 


950.00 


Annual Meeting 


725.99 


(825.00) 


Key Leadership 




450.00 


Missions Committee 






Summer Student Church Planter 


2,083.88 




Leesville Road Chapel 


300.00 




Prison & Jail Chaplaincy 


600.00 


1,350.00 


Clinical Pastoral Assistance 


(400.00) 




Bahama Mission 




1,350.00 


PACT Blitz 


750.00 




Intern Expense 




726.32 


Literacy 


14.90 


(2.89) 


Contact 


300.00 


300.00 



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Singles Over 50 
Singles 30-50 
Senior Adults 
Community Ministries 
Life Enrichment 
Christian Life Committee 
Church Growth Conference 

Personnel 
Director of Missions 

Base Support 

Housing Allowance 
Administrative Assistant 
Secretary 
Bookkeeper 
Camp Caretaker 
Automobile Expense 

Director of Missions 

Administrative Assistant 
Retirement 

Director of Missions 

Administrative Assistant 

Secretary 
Hospital - Director of Missions 
Insurance 

Director of Missions 

Administrative Assistant 
Social Security 

Director of Missions 

Other Employees 

Organizations and Training 
Library and Visual Aids 
Youth Committee 
Ministers' Conference 
Sunday School 
Church Training 
WMU 

Brotherhood 
Music 

Deacons' Committee 
Seminary Extension 
Convention/Conference - DOM 
Convention/Conference - Secretaries 

Office and Administration 
Utilities 
Miscellaneous 
Equipment and Repairs 
Insurance 



25.00 



442.16 
673.36 



4,628.12 
3,110.06 
3,500.06 
1,933.43 
645.40 
1,181.33 

500.06 
75.00 

300.00 
350.01 
255.54 
435.39 

101.38 
41.30 

456.54 
520.29 

541.86 

177.07 
898.25 
318.62 
239.83 
62.06 
908.81 

32.76 
162.59 



1,384.03 
329.51 
747.59 
251.00 



75.00 
78.50 
1,466.00 
445.15 
(11.95) 



14,717.16 
9,889.74 

11,025.00 
6,344.40 
1,842.17 
3,900.06 

1,499.94 
225.00 

900.00 
1,100.91 

548.01 
1,160.91 

304.14 
122.40 

1,513.33 
1,693.85 

333.68 
366.70 
306.11 
373.95 
41.43 

1,528.23 
720.44 

1,018.16 
322.20 

574.75 



3,020.20 
298.46 
831.36 
380.00 



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Workers' Compensation 

Promotion and Study 

Printing 

Postage 

Directory 

Service Contracts 

Supplies 

Rent 

Audit 

Associational Emphasis Week 
Janitoral Service 

Properties and Management 
Garrett Road Property 
Camp Operating Expense 
Camp Insurance 

Resource Center Debt Retirement 

Miscellaneous 
FICA Tax 

Federal Withholding Tax 
State Withholding Tax 
Sales Tax 
Emergency Fund 

Designated Accounts 
Praxis: American Village 
Praxis: UmsteadRoad 
Yates Village Refund Expenditure 
Southern Baptist Convention Expenditure 
Yates Baptist Resource Center Expenditure 
Agape House Expenditure 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 

Cash on Hand - Wachovia 

Cash on Hand - CCB Money Market 

TOTAL CASH ON HAND 



18.17 
417.20 
906.52 



771.72 
1,325.06 



185.00 

149.05 
453.10 
1,619.00 



273.32 
74.10 

725.76 
7,553.67 

2,150.00 
13,166.54 

$ 60,918.70 

$ 11,818.35 
18,563.11 
$ 30,381.46 



422.00 
226.49 
1,120.86 
3,898.83 
67.07 
1,758.22 
2,803.77 
3,975.03 
1,000.00 
566.95 
390.00 



3,800.60 
1,848.00 
3,690.81 



463.69 
20.25 



19,237.01 
23,189.15 

500.00 
$145,838.49 

$ 12,444.84 
21,992.01 
$ 34,436.85 



Summary of Special Accounts 

September 1985 - September 1986 

Balance at Beginning of Period - 9/30/85 $ $1 17,327.73 

Dividends Earned 5,763.21 

Disbursements to General Fund (1,500.00) 

Balance 9/30/86 $121,590.94 

Investments 
Wheat First Securities 

Cash Equivalent Fund $ 21,590.94 

Wachovia Certificate of Deposit 100,000.00 



$121,590.94 



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CAMF EXPANSION FUND 

Balance at Beginning of Period $ $ 47,608.47 

I Dividends 2,311.46 

Disbursements (1,500.00) 

.'Balance 9/30/86 $ 48,419.93 

ASSOCIATION SAVINGS FUND 



Balance at Beginning of Period $ $ 69,516.24 

Dividends 3,440.19 

Balance 9/30/86 $ 72,956.43 

CAMP SWIMMING POOL FUND 

Balance at Beginning of Period $ $ 203.02 

Dividends 11.56 

Balance 9/30/86 ' $ 214.58 



TOTAL INVESTMENT ACCOUNTS 9/30/86 $121,590.94 



1987 Proposed Budget 

I. FELLOWSHIP, MISSIONS AND EVANGELISM 

101 Evangelism $ 400.00 

102 Baptist Campus Ministries 

102.1 UNC 3,700.00 

102.2 Duke 1,900.00 

102.3 NCCU 400.00 

103 Annual Meeting 600.00 

104 Key Leadership 450.00 

105 Missions Committee 

105 . 1 Prison and Jail Chaplaincy 2,400.00 

105.2 Intern Expenses 500.00 

105.3 Bahama Mission 1,800.00 

105.4 PRAXIS Teams 4,000.00 

105.5 Olympic Festival 

(Chaplain's Emerg. Fund) 500.00 

106 Literacy 100.00 

107 Contact 600.00 

108 Singles Over 50 75.00 

109 Singles 30-50 75.00 

110 Senior Adults 75.00 

111 Community Ministries 500.00 

112 Life Enrichment 3,100.00 

113 Christian Life Committee 500.00 

114 Church Growth Conference 500.00 

115 Ministerial Care Retreat 500.00 

116 Stewardship Workshop 250.00 



$ 22,925.00 



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II. PERSONNEL 

201 Director of Missions 

201.1 Base Support 

201.2 Housing Allowance 

202 Director of Church and Community Ministries 

203 Administrative Assistant 

204 Secretary 

205 Bookkeeper 

206 Camp Caretaker 

207 Automobile Expense 

207. 1 Director of Missions 

207.2 Administrative Assistant 

208 Retirement 

208.1 DOM (annuitant's part) 

208.2 DOM (assoc. 's part) 

208.3 Adm. Assistant 

208.4 Secretary 

209 Hospitalization 

209. 1 Director of Missions 

210 Insurance 

310. 1 Director of Missions 

210.2 Administrative Assistant 

21 1 Social Security 

211.1 Director of Missions 

211.2 Other Employees 

III. ORGANIZATIONS AND TRAINING 

301 Library and Visual Aids 

302 Youth Committee 

303 Ministers' Conference 

304 Sunday School 

305 Church Training 

306 WMU 

307 Brotherhood 

308 Music 

309 Deacons' Committee 

310 Seminary Extension 

311 Convention/Conferences Director 

312 Convention/Conferences Secretaries 

IV. OFFICE AND ADMINISTRATION 

401 Utilities 

402 Miscellaneous 

403 Equipment and Repairs 

404 Insurance 

405 Workers' Compensation 

406 Promotion and Study 

407 Printing 



$ 20,800.00 
13,186.00 

8,000.00* 
15,582.00 
11,895.00 

2,579.00 

5,512.00 

2,120.00 
450.00 

1,200.00 
1,500.00 
1,558.00 
1,895.00 

1,547.00 

400.00 
150.00 

2,090.00 
3,973.00 

$ 94,437.00 

$ 750.00 

550.00 

250.00 
1,555.00 

500.00 
1,905.00 
1,100.00 
1,400.00 

400.00 

100.00 
1,000.00 

450.00 

$ 9,960.00 



$ 7,000.00 
750.00 
2,000.00 
1,700.00 
500.00 
500.00 
2,000.00 



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408 
409 
410 
411 
412 
413 
414 



Postage 
Directory 
Service Contracts 
Supplies 
Audit 

Public Relations Committee 
Janitorial Service 



■ 



6,300.00 
100.00 
2,700.00 
4,750.00 
1,000.00 
750.00 
1,000.00 



$ 31,050.00 



V. PROPERTIES AND MANAGEMENT 

501 Camp Operating Expenses 

502 Camp Insurance 

503 Resource Center Debt Retirement 



$ 5,000.00 
1,850.00 
31,827.72 



TOTAL 



$ 38,677.72 
$197,049.72 



♦Total salary - $20,000. YBA portion is $8,000.00. Baptist State Convention and 
Home Mission Board will provide $12,000. 



Cheek Heights Baptist Church is located on North Hardee Street in the northeast sec- 
tion of Durham just inside the city limits. 

The Rev. Ervin Cates first recognized the need for a church in this immediate area. 
For approximately two years he sponsored a Sunday School and conducted church ser- 
vices in the various homes of the community until interest developed sufficiently to 
demand the organization of a church. In 1941 the church was organized as the Watkins 
Memorial Baptist Church, with 25 members. A building program was begun on the cor- 
ner of Hardee Street and Cheek Road. The lot was donated by Mr. and Mrs. John 
Faucette. 

During the building program several members supplied building materials. Mr. G. W. 
Williams financed the sawmill expenses and bought the brick. 

The first trustees were: G. W. Williams, J. H. Ladd and Vance Seals. The first pastor 
of the newly organized church was the Rev. E. R. Teague. 

Sometime between the years 1941-43 the name of the church was changed to Cheek 
Heights Baptist Church. The available records do not inform us as to why the change 
was made. 

On Sunday, March 7, 1943, 27 members met to reaffirm their faith in the Articles of 
Faith and the Church Covenant, with a delegation from the Baptist Council, the Mount 
Zion Association and the Baptist Ministers' Association of Durham. 

In 1943 Mrs. Vance T. Seals became the first representative from this church to serve 
on the Baptist Council. Mr. C. H. Shelton became the first Training Union Director. 
The church voted to buy the first communion set. 

On May 3, 1944, there was a resolution passed by the church in conference to give the 
land back to the original owners if at any time the church ceased to be a Missionary Bap- 
tist Church. 

During the early years when the church was small and weak financially, aid was 
received from the State Convention for the pastor's salary. 

The Trustees of Cheek Heights were authorized and empowered to borrow $6,000 
from Home Building and Loan to pay for the purchase of a lot, moving of the old 



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church and improvements to the old church. In May 1944 the church moved to the 
present location which is about 250 yards from the original meeting place. The church 
was moved down Hardee Street. On Sunday the members met with the church in the 
middle of the street. Soon after moving the frame building it was bricked. 

In 1947 the church installed the rotating deacon system, a heating system and partici- 
pated in the "Tither's Prove Me Campaign.' ' 

In 1948 progress was still to be realized. A lot adjacent to the church was purchased 
on which to build a parsonage. In conference on May 15, 1948, Trustees of the church 
were authorized and empowered to boroow $6,400 from Home Building and Loan to 
pay for the building of the church parsonage. A mimeograph machine was soon obtained 
as one of the first pieces of office equipment. For the first time offering envelopes were 
provided for all members. 

During a conference held on October 6, 1948, the church voted to apply for member- 
ship in the new Yates Baptist Association and upon application was received. 

Greatest growth of the church numerically and financially was realized during the 
ministry of Rev. James L. Pollard, who served from September 1952 until January 
1958. With this growth it became necessary to expand the physical facilities. On April 
15, 1953, the Trustees of the Church were authorized and empowered to borrow $20,000 
from Home Building and Loan to pay for the building of the Church Education Plant, 
which was completed in October 1953. 

In 1954 a new carpet was laid in the sanctuary, a Brotherhood was organized, the 
WMU was organized into circles and the auxiliaries of the WMU were organized for the 
first time. The following year an electronic organ was purchased. More office equip- 
ment was purchased in 1956. In the same year the WMU presented the church with a 
slide projector. On August 11, 1957, the church voted to buy an adjacent lot for future 
expansion. The cost was $1,500. 

During the time that Rev. Dale Davis was pastor, 1958-59, a special note burning 
ceremony was held signifying final payment of the church's mortgage that had been held 
since 1953. In conference on March 4, 1959, approval was given to build the cement 
steps to the new parking lot. In conference on April 6, 1960, it was approved that Thurs- 
day night of each week will be church wide visitation night. 

In the summer of 1962, the sanctuary was renovated. A baptistry and outside lights 
were installed. Mr. Virgil Petty served as chairman of the committee during the renova- 
tion. At the annual Homecoming on October 7, 1962, the sanctuary was rededicated to 
the Lord's cause. 

In conference on December 6, 1962, it was approved to put up basketball goals on the 
back of the parking lot. In conference on October 3, 1962, it was agreed to build shelves 
in the vestibule. In conference on July 3, 1963, it was approved that the church purchase 
the three lots adjacent to the church property (going toward Geer Street). 

In conference on September 4, 1963, it was approved to rent a safety deposit box, and 
the church in conference on December 4, 1963, approved the installation of a heating 
unit in the baptistry. In conference on April 8, 1964, it was approved to put a speaker in 
the nursery, and on March 17, 1965, Mr. Petty was given approval to build a basketball 
court. 

In conference on February 9, 1966, the contract for the new nursery was awarded to 
Cannon Construction Company for $10,942.25. On March 8, 1967, the Scouts were 
given permission to place a sign out front. In conference on July 11, 1967, a pictorial 
church directory was approved, and in 1969 Mrs. Virginia Grissom gave the church 



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I pulpit furniture in memory of Mr. Thornton Grissom. On September 29, 1974, a dedi- 
j cation for the new church windows was held. 

At the October 1979 conference it was approved to get a public address system in 
: memorial to Charlie Watson by the family. A memorial gift of landscaping was given in 
! honor of Mrs. Minnie Riley. In 1980 the church approved the restoration and paving the 
I parsonage garage. The church approved the installation of energy efficient windows 
throughout the church in June 1981. The parsonage was painted and new gutters installed 
! in July 1983. 

It was approved to put new lights in the church in conference, July 1983. A memorial 
gift of two light fixtures in the vestibule was given in memory of Mr. J. W. Deitz by the 
Deitz Family. The pews were upholstered by approval of the church in conference in 
August 1983. At the October 1983 conference it was approved to get an alarm system 
for the church. It was approved in conference in January 1984 for the church to install 
new carpet. In 1985 it was approved to install aluminum siding on the entire church and 
replace all gutters, to put a new roof on the church santuary, and to redesign and rebuild 
a room on the parsonage. In 1986 with the help of the C. H. Shelton Family and friends, 
a new memorial piano was purchased for the church. 

Pastors who have served the church are as follows: 
Rev. E. R. Teague 

Rev. Charles R. Pierce - March 1943-October 1943 

Rev. M. F. Scott - March 1944-July 1945 

Rev. T. W. McKneely - November 1945 -November 1947 

Rev. M. F. Scott - May 1948-December 1950 

Rev. W. H. Moore - April 1951-June 1952 

Rev. James L. Pollard - September 1952-January 1958 

Dr. Daniel - Interim Pastor 

Rev. E. Dale Davis - April 1958-1959 

Rev. E. T. Vinson - October 1959- January 1963 

Dr. White - Interim Pastor 

Rev. W. L. Addleton - May 1963-August 1970 

Rev. Aubrey Quakenbush - Interim Pastor 

Rev. R. R. Pulley - February 1971-May 1972 

Rev. John T. Edwards - Interim Pastor 

Rev. Andrew King - August 1972- August 1974 

Dr. Carroll Trotter - Interim Pastor 

Rev. Robert Hubbard - June 1975 -September 1978 

Rev. Joe Bostic - November 1978 
Others who have gone out from our church into the ministry of our Lord include: 
Floyd Paschall, Ken Kelly, John Hancock, Jim Bock, and Donald Chappell. 

As the church looks forward to the future, it is with faith and trust that a progressive 
history will be realized for the cause of Christ. 

History of Durham Memorial Baptist Church 

The roots of Durham Memorial Baptist Church can be traced to Sandy Level Baptist 
Church, chartered on October 30, 1853. Formerly located on Junction Road near Cheek 
Road, Sandy Level Church was a prominent Baptist witness in that neighborhood for 
many years. In 1939 under the leadership of Rev. John W. Davis and the Home Mission 
Board, Sandy Level relocated from its Junction Road location to the corner of Adams 



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Street and Wake Forest Highway. Easter Sunday 1939 dawned cold and snowy, but it 
was a bright and happy day for the 25 members of the old Sandy Level Church and 
about 150 people of the Joyland community as they attended the first service of the new 
Durham Memorial Baptist Church. The church minutes reported that "a revival started 
on this date ... six people came in the church by baptism and many came by letter and 
by statement." 

Located on property purchased by the Home Mission Board, Durham Memorial is 
named for Dr. Columbus Durham, former pastor of First Baptist Church. Under the 
leadership of Rev. Davis the church grew steadily in membership. Rev. Davis resigned in 
October 1942 in order to serve as chaplain in the U.S. Army. Rev. J. M. Johnson was 
soon afterwards called as the pastor. In 1945 Rev. W. O. Andrews took the pastorate. 
At this time a building fund was instituted. And while Rev. J. A. Pernell was pastor, the 
present sanctuary was completed. The first service in the new worship facility was on 
Easter Sunday 1952. 

During his three year pastorate, Rev. W. A. Poole led the church in starting a 
building fund for the present Educational Building. In 1961 Rev. Frank Crumpler came 
as pastor and on May 20, 1962, ground breaking ceremonies for the new building were 
held. The education building was completed February 10, 1963. 

Rev. Vernon B. McDaniel came as pastor in 1965. During his pastorate the entire 
building complex was completely air conditioned; and in 1967 the sanctuary and ad- 
joining building were renovated. In 1970 Dr. John Freeman served as interim pastor for 
23 months. On February 1, 1972, Rev. Gerald Goodwin became the eighth pastor of 
Durham Memorial Baptist Church. Since that time the church has continued to grow 
steadily in membership and ministries. In 1975 a home for furloughing missionaries was 
acquired. The faceted stain glass windows were installed to beautify the sanctuary in 
1981. The sanctuary was thoroughly remodeled in the spring of 1985. 

During the summer of 1982 the Yates Baptist Association investigated the feasibility 
of establishing a mission church in the Leesville Road area of Durham County. Durham 
Memorial voted to sponsor Lynn's Crossroads Baptist Chapel and called Rev. Gene 
Angus as mission pastor. The first service was held September 12, 1982. In December 
1983 the mission acquired its present property on Leesville Road. On September 12, 
1985, the mission was chartered as Leesville Road Baptist Church. It is this event that is 
perhaps the most significant in the history of the church. 

Durham Memorial was born out of a vision of missions. Through the years the church 
has faithfully supported the cause of missions through prayers, labors, gifts and 
cooperation. That vision has now come full circle. We covet your prayers that we might 
continue to be God's witness in the Joyland community and an instrument of the gospel 
for years to come. 



Years for Publishing Church Histories in Minutes 



1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 



Holloway Street and Immanuel 



Trinity and Gorman 

. Guess Road and Calvary 
Plainview and Westwood 
. Park View and Bethesda 
. . Yates and Olive Branch 



Temple and Angier Avenue 



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1994 Red Mountain and Ephesus 

1995 Grey Stone and Edgemont 

1996 Carrboro and Grace 

1997 Lakewood and First 

1998 Mount Hermon and Ebenezer 

1999 Faith and Ridgecrest 

2000 Hope Valley and Cresset 

2001 Homestead Heights and Fieldcrest 

2002 Page Road and Parkwood 

2003 Bells and Cedar Fork 

2004 Lystra and Braggtown 

2005 Berea and Mount Pisgah 

2006 Mount Moriah and Mount Gilead 

2007 Lowes Grove and Mount Carmel 

2008 Farrington Road and West Durham 

2009 Leesville Road and Bahama 

2010 New Jerusalem and Good Samaritan 

2011 Rose of Sharon 

2012 University and Watts Street 

2013 Durham Memorial and Cheek Heights 



Meals for Associational & W.M.U. Annual Meetings 

1988 



W.M.U. Annual 
Meeting 
(Spring) 



1986 
Group 
1 



1987 
Group 
2 



Group 
3 



1989 
Group 
4 



1990 
Group 
1 



1991 

Group 
2 



Associational 
Annual Meeting 
(October) 



Group 
3 



Group 
4 



Group 
1 



Group 
2 



Group 
3 



Group 
4 



Braggtown 

Carrboro 

Ebenezer 

Bells 

Cresset 
Ephesus 

Calvary 
Cheek Heights 



Grey Stone 
Guess Road 
Immanuel 



GROUP I 
Mt. Hermon 
Mt. Moriah 
Rose of Sharon 



University 
Watts Street 
West Durham 



Westwood 



GROUP II 
Farrington Road Mt. Carmel 



Lakewood 
Lystra 

Faith 
Fieldcrest 



Mt. Gilead 
Mt. Pisgah 
GROUP III 
Gorman 
Grace 



Parkwood 

Temple 

Yates 



Bahama 
New Jerusalem 



Leesville Road 
Plainview 



Ridgecrest 



Durham Memorial First 



Angier Avenue 

Berea 

Bethesda 



Cedar Fork 
Edgemont 
Good Samaritan Lowe's Grove 



Holloway Street Red Mountain 
GROUP IV 
Homestead Heights Olive Branch Page Road 
Hope Valley Park View 



Trinity 



Please note that churches are not asked to serve two meals in the same year. 

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Report of the General Board 



The General Board has been ably led this year by Rev. Ray K. Hodge, President and 
pastor of First Baptist, Kinston (former pastor of Yates Baptist Church), and Dr. Donald 
G. Bouldin, Vice President and pastor of Carmel Baptist, Charlotte. 

The General Board conducts the business of the Convention between annual sessions. 
Each General Board member serves on a committee or council which coordinates and 
monitors the Convention's ministries. Yates Association has two members on the 
General Board: Rev. Jerry E. Harper, Sr., pastor of Mount Hermon Baptist, Durham, 
who serves on the Council on Christian Higher Education; Dr. Charles H. Harris, 
pastor of First Baptist, Durham, who serves on the Council of Christian Life and Public 
Affairs. Rev. Harper also serves on the Special Covenant Relations Committee which 
has been reviewing the covenant between Wake Forest University and the Baptist State 
Convention. Recommendations for a major change establishing a "fraternal" relation- 
ship will be recommended at the Baptist State Convention in November for approval. 
Dr. Harris also serves on the Long-Range Planning Committee for the Convention. 

The major Capital Funds Program for Caswell Assembly has been progressing well 
under the leadership of Tom Womble. The fundings will be utilized in major renovation 
of existing buildings and in the construction of additional facilities. 

A special committee under the direction of Rev. Curtis Barbery will present a recom- 
mendation at the State Convention in November to change Fruitland Bible Institute into 
an agency of our Convention. This recommendation has General Board approval. 

The General Board has approved several major staff changes this year. Dr. Roy 
Smith's title has been changed to Executive Director/Treasurer, which is consistent with 
many of our Baptist State Conventions. Instead of one associate our Convention will 
now have three administrative associates: an Associate in program planning and budget 
preparation; an Associate in personnel; and an Associate in ministry support. The pro- 
posed 1987 budget of $26,125,000 ($995,000 increase over 1986) will be presented for 
approval to the Convention in November. 

Dr. Harris will complete his four-year term in November, and Rev. Crate Jones, 
pastor of Angier Avenue, Durham, will be recommended as his replacement at the Con- 
vention in November. 

The General Board has served harmoniously this year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
YATES GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS: 
Charles H. Harris, Rev. Jerry E. Harper, Sr. 




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In Memoriam 



ANGIER AVENUE: Miss Cara Abernathy, Miss Effie Barbour, Mr. C. F. Byrd, Mrs. 
Bess Chisenhall, Mr. William J. Copley, Mrs. Dorothy K. Echols, Mrs. Lydia 
Ferguson, Mrs. Marie F. Griffin, Mrs. Melda Kerr, Mr. Ennis Odom, Mr. Alan 
Pollard, Mrs. Etta Cates 

BAHAMA: Mr. Thomas Rogers 

BELLS: Mr. Johnny Sexton, Mrs. Ida Goodwin 

BEREA: Mrs. Mary Ann Burgess, Mrs. Emma Allen Shepherd, Mrs. Mabel Shepherd 

Bost, Mr. Marvin Shepherd 
BETHESDA: Mr. C. E. Atkinson, Mrs. Thelma Bowen, Mrs. Mary P. Buck, Mrs. 

Pearl B. Cooke, Mrs. Joyce Davis, Mr. E. C. Harris, Sr., Mr. Bryce Fonville, Mr. 

Lawrence Pendergrass, Mr. John Salmon, Mrs. Raye P. Schmitt, Mr. George C. 

Stone 

BRAGGTOWN: Mrs. Delores Wright, Mrs. Ernest Jones, Mrs. Ruby Peeler, Mrs. 
Vernon Tyson, Mr. Paul Pulley, Sr., Mr. Earl Davis, Mrs. Susie Veasey, Mr. 
Thurston Veasey, Mr. Morton Haswell, Mrs. Bessie Tippett, Mrs. Fannie Byrd, 
Mrs. Minnie Hilliard 

CALVARY: Mr. Everette Boone (Deacon), Mrs. Mary Fisher, Mr. Edward Jones, 

Frank O'Neal (Deacon), Mrs. Willie Smith 
CEDAR FORK: Mrs. Beatrice Couch (Deacon), Mrs. Bertha Shipp, Mr. Augustus Goss 
! CHEEK HEIGHTS: Mr. C. H. Shelton (Deacon), Mr. Winfield Holder (Deacon), 

Mr. B. V. Ferrell, Sr. 

CRESSET: Mrs. Lena Roberts, Miss Delia Dowdy, Mr. M. D. Brooks, Mr. Jesse Cole, 
Mrs. Inez Webster, Mrs. Jackie Ward 

DURHAM MEMORIAL: Mr. Ricky Murray, Mr. Charles Allison, Mrs. Pauline 
Evans, Mrs. Tessie Dollar, Mr. Jesse Ausley, Mr. Thearlon Warren, Mr. Lennie 
Lee, Mrs. Ruth Smith, Mrs. Blonnie Cheek, Mrs. Christine Goss, Mr. Ray Bridges, 
Mr. J. E. Rigsbee, Mrs. Naomi Meacham, Mr. Earl Johnson, Mrs. Lucy Brinkley 
I EBENEZER: Mrs. Mable Riley 

j EDGEMONT: Miss Gertrude Medlin, Miss Bertie Moore, Miss Betsy Lipscomb, Miss 
Pauline Millard, Mrs. G. C. Tharrington, Mrs. H. B. Mann, Mrs. Marion Pledger, 
Mrs. Sallie Pegram 

\ EPHESUS: Mr. Ted Dunnagan (Deacon), Mr. Walter King (Deacon), Mrs. Ollie Ferrell 
\ FAITH: Mrs. Mary J. Walker 

j FIELDCREST: Mr. Leon Weaver (Deacon), Mr. D. L. Hardin (Deacon) 
FIRST: Mrs. Margaret Bagwell, Mr. J. M. Britt, Mr. Dante Germino, Mr. Lester Rea, 
Mr. George Poe, Mr. Egbert Haywood, Mr. B. T. Black, Mrs. Nellie Germino, 
Mr. Allan Knott, Mrs. Ira Page, Mrs. R. E. Norman, Mrs. C. R. Wood, Mrs. 
Nettie Adams, Mrs. Julia Germino, Mrs. Francis Barrie, Mr. Curtis Rowe, Mr. C. 
T. Lamm, Mrs. Dorothy Chambers, Mr. Roy McFarland, Miss Mary Hall, Mr. 
Keith Gregory, Mr. Ira Gray Sherman, Mr. Stephen E. Williams, Jr., Mrs. Lorena 
Pollard Shepherd, Mrs. Mildred Fowler 
GORMAN: Mr. Mason Boyd, Mr. Allie Dickey, Mr. Charles Dean, Mrs. Irene Emory, 
Mr. Raymond Ferrell, Mr. Garland Fogleman, Mrs. Mildred Gooch, Mrs. Lottie 
Green, Mr. Elvis Kendrick, Mrs. Thelma McDuffie, Mrs. Rita Oldaker, Mr. Henry 
Royster, Mrs. Nannie Tilley, Mr. Harvey A. Wall, Sr. (Deacon) 



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GRACE: Mr. Ira Adams, Mrs. Vicki M. Allaire, Mr. Egbert Belvin, Mrs. Aim 
Brooks, Mrs. Mary B. Greene, Mrs. Dorothy Haithcock, Ms. Catharine Isaacs, M: 
Julius King, Mrs. Myrtle Mason, Mrs. Annie B. Morgan, Mrs. Ida Spagna, Mi 
Adelaide Waller, Mrs. Lucyle Wynn, Mrs. Hazel Young 

GREY STONE: Mrs. Mabel Arnold, Mrs. Ethel Blalock, Mrs. Clarine Browning, Mn 
Minnie Browning, Mrs. Mary Cannon, Mrs. Thelma Casey, Mrs. Hazel Cate; 
Mrs. Lima Dennis, Mrs. Clara Earp, Mrs. Elsie Eubanks, Miss Nell Eudy, Mi 
James Fullwood, Miss Rudell Garrard, Mrs. Mae Glover, Mr. V. H. Hall, Mrs 
Barbara Hester, Mr. W. B. Hester, Mrs. Olivia Hunt, Miss Fannie Mae Jenkj 
Mr. E. K. Johns, Mr. Linwood Johnson, Mr. S. C. King, Mrs. S. C. King, Mrs 
Eloise Massey, Miss Carrie McGuinn, Mrs. Louise Oldham, Mrs. Lona Pender 
graph, Mr. Cecil Poe, Mr. Lee Pritchett, Mr. John Ragan, Mrs. Lessie Suitt, Mi 
Ed Williamson 

GUESS ROAD: Mrs. Oma Cates, Mr. James R. Cox, Mr. Bill Durham, Mr. Edwar< 
Fairfield, Mr. Carroll Herron, Mr. Fred G. Sherron, Mr. Parker Tynes 

HOLLOWAY STREET: Mr. W. E. Kearney, Mrs. Ollie Kennedy, Mrs. Winnie Lynn 
Mrs. Lema Pearce, Mrs. Agnes Rowland 

HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS: Mrs. Jean Moore, Mrs. Mildred Teasley, Mr. Floyd Fogle 
man, Mr. Sam Whitlow, Mrs. Gertrude Carter, Mr. Clarence Watson 

HOPE VALLEY: Mrs. Lida Atkins, Mrs. Peggy Roberts 

IMMANUEL: Mr. W. H. Olive, Mrs. Geneva Canada, Mrs. Josephine Olive, Mrs 

Dell Rasberry, Mr. Elwood Senter, Mrs. Allie Myers 
LAKEWOOD: Electa W. Beck, Annie W. Cheek, O. W. Lynam 
LOWE'S GROVE: Mr. Grover C. Creech, Mr. Joe Maddry, Mr. Robert L. Barbee 

Mrs. Minnie E. Baucom, Mrs. Wynona P. Edwards, Mrs. Mae W. Jones, Mr 

Mack Lowe, Mrs. Rosa M. Hargrove, Mrs. Carlie Lowe, Mrs. Belle C. Shipp 
MOUNT CARMEL: Bessie Bland Hundley, William Lemuel Carson 
MOUNT GILEAD: Margaret Burnette, Mrs. Nina Hatley, Mrs. Eleanor Royal, Mrs 

Pat Hatley 

MOUNT HERMON: Mrs. Mozelle Lloyd, Mr. James Richard Tilley 

MOUNT MORIAH: Mr. W. B. Waller (Deacon), Mr. Linwood Crabtree (Deacon) ; 

Mrs. Ollie Dixon, Mr. James S. Ellis, Mr. William Daniels, Mr. Angier Strayhoru 

Mr. Madison Yarbrough 
MOUNT PISGAH: Lemmie Goodwin, Ralph Johnson, Mrs. Maggie Herndon, Mr, 

Doyle Booth, Mrs. Swannie B. Booth 
NEW JERUSALEM: Mrs. Estella Cameron 

OLIVE BRANCH: Mrs. Helen Harris, Mrs. Hazel Gardner, Mrs. Nellie Harris, Mr. 

Eugene Kirkman, Mr. Rufus Nichols, Mr. Garland Nance, Mr. Grady Phillips 
PAGE ROAD: Mrs. Rosa Daniels, Mr. Daniel R. McGhee 
PARK VIEW: Mr. Leonard Sexton, Mr. C. J. Brown, Mrs. Margaret Dowdy 
PLAINVIEW: Mrs. Maggie Hurst, Mr. Juel Keith 

RED MOUNTAIN: Mrs. Edna Blalock, Mrs. Kay Southerland, Bertha Dinkens 
RIDGECREST: Mr. Alton Andrews, Mrs. Virgie Walden, Mrs. Louise Odgers, Mr. 

J. L. Tidwell, Mrs. Signe Oakley 
ROSE OF SHARON: Miss Evelyn Dunnagan, Mrs. Margaret Dorthy, Mrs. Malinda 

Burnette 



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ni rEMPLE: Mr. R. Folger Ashworth (Deacon), Mr. J. Bruce Cannady, Mrs. F. R. 
k (Bessie) Fuquay, Mrs. Elmira Gilchrist, Mrs. Bessie H. Hilliard, Mr. John M. 
' s Jackson, Mrs. E. M. (Vallie) Jernigan, Mr. Don Markham, Mrs. W. L. (Flora) 
McClamroch, Jr., Mrs. Herbert (Annie) Mcintosh, Mrs. Gerald (Imogene) McKee, 
s Mr. Festus H. Peterson (Deacon), Mrs. Wallace S. (Hazeline) Pickard, Mrs. 
!S Stewart M. (Betty) Pickett, Sr., Mrs. Foy G. (Adell) Shepherd, Mrs. B. C. (Mattie) 
1 Thaxton, Mrs. Hubert (Hassie) Warren, Mrs. W. E. (Pearl) Whitaker, Sr., Mr. 
s Larry Whitt, Mr. Herbert E. Wilson, Jr., Mr. Loyd Winn 

s TRINITY: Mrs. Marie Faucette, Mrs. Geraldine M. Phillips, Mrs. Mary Lynch, Mr. 
s I Alston Wynne 

UNIVERSITY: Nelson Callahan (Deacon), Stella Long, Tazi Gardner 
1 iVATTS STREET: Mrs. Margaret Wilkins, Mr. Walter Gordy, Mrs. Jeannette Andrews, 
Mr. Charles Faucette, Mrs. Elizabeth Gang, Mrs. Eula West, Mr. Tom Whitfield, 
c Mrs. Bernice Latta, Mr. William McDonald 
WESTWOOD: Mr. Thorn C. Rogers, Jr. 

JfATES: Mrs. Eunice Pickett, Mrs. Lenore Mallard, Mr. Atlas Jones, Mr. Paul Mc- 
Ghee, Mrs. Sallie Ferrell, Mrs. Lizzie Pickett, Mr. E. P. Garrett, Sr., Mrs. Lizzie 
Williams, Mr. Odell Markham, Mrs. Alice Pickett, Mr. Paul Gornto 




Yates Baptist Association Churches 

October 1986 

CHURCHES MAILING ADDRESS PHONE PASTOR 

Angier Avenue: Box 1 1296, Durham 27703; 596-6430 - Rev. Crate H. Jones 

-Bahama: 7917 Lowell Valley Dr., Bahama 27503; - Rev. Ken Price* 

IBells: Rt. 3 Box 140, Apex 27502; 362-6090 - Rev. Paul V. Howell 

ijBerea: 5111 Fayetteville Rd., Durham 27713; 544-7151 - Rev. J. A. Fogleman 

jBethesda: 1914 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703; 596-2158 - Rev. Ernest H. Ferrell 

|Braggtown: P. O. Box 15022, Durham 27704; 477-6440 - Rev. Carl E. Herweyer 

'Calvary: 1204 Lynn Rd., Durham 27703; 596-2592 - Rev. James E. West 

jCarrboro: P. O. Box 156, Carrboro 27510; 967-3056 - Dr. Jesse J. Croom 

jCedar Fork: Rt. 1 Box 229, Morrisville 27560; - Rev. David Hartzog* 

(Cheek Heights: 826 N. Hardee St., Durham 27703; 683-1019 - Rev. Joe D. Bostic, III 

Cresset: 3707 Garrett Rd., Durham 27707; 489-2655 - Rev. Jerry K. Collins 

jDurham Memorial: 2703 Holloway St., Durham 27703 - Dr. Gerald C. Goodwin 

jEbenezer: Rt. 2 Box 422-A, Durham 27705; 383-6668 - Dr. Tobie P. Stone, Jr. 

jEdgemont: 1003 E. Main St., Durham 27703; 682-3251 - Rev. Forest M. Gale, Jr. 

jEphesus: 4700 Ephesus Church Rd., Durham 27707; 489-4483 - Rev. Jack Casey* 



Faith: 3321 Cheek Rd., Durham 27704; 682-8750 - Rev. Roger C. Wall 

Farrington Road: Rt. 12 Box 121, Chapel Hill 27514; 489-5889 

Fieldcrest: 1815 Glenn School Rd., Durham 27704; 682-1248 - Rev. Christopher 

Harrison 

First: 414 Cleveland St., Durham 27701; 688-7308 - Dr. Charles H. Harris 

Good Samaritan: P. O. Box 15788, Durham 27703; 688-5888 - Rev. Harold J. Cobb, Jr. 

Gorman: 3315 E. Geer St., Durham 27704; 688-3947 - Rev. Julian M. Motley 

Grace: 1004 N. Mangum St., Durham 27701; 688-6765 - Dr. Frank Zedick 

Grey Stone: P. O. Box 2686, Durham 27705; 286-2281 - Df . Malbert Smith, Jr. 

Guess Road: 3102 Guess Rd., Durham 27705; 477-4893 - Rev. Benny Littlejohn 

Holloway Street: 1415 Holloway St., Durham 27703; 688-471 1 - Rev. Michael E. 

Berryman 

Homestead Heights: 4007 Holt School Rd., Durham 27704; 477-3859 - Dr. Lawrence 

O. Harper 

Hope Valley: 6900 Garrett Rd., Durham 27707; 493-1809 - Dr. James I. Murphy 
Immanuel: 3573 Hillsborough Rd., Durham 27705; 383-1422 - Rev. Richard Davis* 
Lakewood: 2100 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707; 489-2537 - Rev. Everette J. Smith 
Leesville Road: Rt. 4 Box 387-B, Durham 27703; 596-4508 - Rev. T. Allan Barlow 
Lowe's Grove: 4430 S. Alston Ave., Durham 27713; 544-1888 - Dr. Donald Cook* 
Lystra: Rt. 7 Box 152, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-6324 - Rev. Bryan J. Chestnutt 
Mt. Carmel: Rt. 6 Box 473, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-8565 - Rev. Don Christian 
Mt. Gilead: Rt. 4 Box 395, Pittsboro 27312; 542-2431 - Rev. Lee Harris 
Mt. Hermon: Rt. 1 Box 389, Durham 27705; 383-2982 - Rev. Jerry E. Harper, Sr. 
Mt. Moriah: Rt. 7 Box 185-A, Durham 27707; 489-3425 - Rev. Robert D. Weatherly 
Mt. Pisgah: Rt. 3 Box 216, Apex 27502; 362-7951 - Rev. Joe B. Zimmerman 
New Jerusalem: P. O. Box 13436, Durham 27709; - Rev. John L. Caldwell 
Olive Branch: 123 Olive Branch Rd., Durham 27703; 596-8907 - Rev. Fred M. Williams, 

III 

Page Road: Rt. 4 Box 327, Durham 27703; 596-3968 - Rev. Stanley E. Bergquist 
Park View: 2500 Acadia St., Durham 27704; 477-7497 - Rev. Richard T. Hayes 
Parkwood: 1515 Clermont Rd., Durham 27713; 544-1347 - Rev. James E. Laster 
Plainview: Rt. 5 Box 688, Durham 27704; 682-2591 - Rev. Ronald H. Harrison 
Red Mountain: P. O. Box 103, Rougemont 27572; - Dr. Tom W. Jordan 
Ridgecrest: 222 Midland Rd., Durham 27712; 477-5426 - Dr. Carl K. Garner 
Rose of Sharon: 4109 Guess Rd., Durham 27712; 477-3993 - Rev. Charles E. Rutt 
Temple: 807 W. Chapel Hill St., Durham 27701; 688-7397 - Dr. M. Clay Warf 
Trinity: 2123 So Hi Dr., Durham 27703; 596-6407 - Rev. William A. Landers 
University: P. O. Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514; 942-2157 - Dr. Thomas W. Downing, Jr. 
Watts Street: P. O. Box 3003, Durham 27705; 688-1366 - Rev. Robert F. McClernon 
West Durham: 1901 Athens St., Durham 27707; 682-4453 - Dr. Harold J. Cobb, Sr. 
Westwood: 2031 W. Club Blvd., Durham 27705; 286-1593 - Rev. Emory McMillan Bare 
Yates: 2819 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707; 489-2309 - Dr. C. Ronald Cumbie 

* Interim 

Yates Association: 2821 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707; 489-3396 - Rev. Marvin B. 

Settle, Jr. 

Yates Camp: Rt. 6 Box 181, Durham 27703; 596-6689 - Mr. Dale Baker 



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Yates Baptist Association Pastors 

CHURCH HOME ADDRESS PHONE (h) PHONE (c) PASTOR 

Angier Avenue: 3106 Appling Way, 27709; 596-6619 (h), 596-6430 (c) - Rev. Crate H. 

Jones 

Bahama: 7917 Lowell Valley Dr., Bahama 27503; 477-0189 (h) - Rev. Ken Price* 
Bells: Rt. 3 Box 140, Apex 27502; 362-6090 (h), 362-6090 (c) - Rev. Paul V. Howell 
Berea: 181 1 Dial Dr., 27713; 544-3471 (h), 544-7151 (c) - Rev. J. A. Fogleman 
Bethesda: 2915 Ellis Rd., 27703; 596-8855 (h), 596-2158 (c) - Rev. Ernest H. Ferrell 
Braggtown: 8201 Lowell Valley Dr., Bahama 27503; 471-8367 (h), 477-6440 (c) - 

Rev. Carl E. Herweyer 
Calvary: 3018 Appling Way, 27709; 596-2593 (h), 596-2592 (c) - Rev. James E. West 
Carrboro: 200 James St., Carrboro 27510; 967-1936 (h), 967-3056 (c) - Dr. Jesse J. 

Croom 

Cedar Fork: Rev. David Hartzog* 

Cheek Heights: 826 Hardee St., 27703; 683-1019 (h), 683-1019 (c) - Rev. Joe D. Bostic, III 
Cressei: 4305 Talcott Dr., 27705; 383-4929 (h), 489-2655 (c) - Rev. Jerry K. Collins 
Durham Memorial: 2714 Wedgedale Ave., 27703; 596-2871 (h), 596-7350 (c) - 

Dr. Gerald C. Goodwin 
Ebenezer: 505 Hunter St., 27712; 471-0291 (h), 383-6668 (c) - Dr. Tobie P. Stone, Jr. 
Edgemont: 911 Ferncrest Dr., 27705; 471-8873 (h), 682-3251 (c) - Rev. Forest M. Gale, Jr. 
Ephesus: 489-4483 (c) - Rev. Jack Casey* 

Faith: 3405 Cheek Rd., 27704; 682-7482 (h), 682-8750 (c) - Rev. Roger C. Wall 
Farrington Road: 489-5889 

Fieldcrest: 3613 Wishart St., 27704; 688-8793 (h), 682-1248 (c) - Rev. Christopher 

Harrison 

First: 2815 Fox Dr., 27712; 383-7212 (h), 688-7308 (c) - Dr. Charles H. Harris 
Good Samaritan: 912 Brandon Rd., 596-2345 (h) - Rev. Harold J. Cobb, Jr. 
Gorman: 3216 E. Geer St., 27704; 683-2397 (h), 688-3947 (c) - Rev. Julian M. Motley 
Grace: 5611 Russell Rd., 27712; 383-1630 (h), 688-6765 (c) - Dr. Frank Zedick 
Grey Stone: 3212 Sprunt St., 27705; 383-2692 (h), 286-2281 (c) - Dr. Malbert Smith, Jr. 
Guess Road: 2638 Kirk Rd., 27705; 471-6022 (h), 477-4893 (c) - Rev. Benny Littlejohn 
Holloway Street: 5715 Willow Dr., 27712; 477-9764 (h), 688-471 1 (c) - Rev. Michael E. 

Berryman 

Homestead Heights: 5616 Kiltshire Rd., 27712; 383-8527 (h), 477-3859 (c) - Dr. Lawrence 

O. Harper 

Hope Valley: Rt. 3 Box 276-A, 27713; 544-3966 (h), 493-1809 (c) - Dr. James I. Murphy 
Immanuel: 703 Newsome St., 27704; 471-1049 (h), 383-1422 (c) - Rev. Richard Davis* 
Lakewood: 1923 Ward St., 27707; 489-3677 (h), 489-2537 (c) - Rev. Everette J. Smith 
Leesville Road: 81 McDowell Dr., Wake Forest 27587; 556-2360 (h), 596-4508 (c) - 

Rev. T. Allen Barlow 

Lowe's Grove: 544-1888 (c) - Dr. Donald Cook* 

Lystra: Rt. 7 Box 152, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-6812 (h), 933-6812 (c) - Rev. Bryan J. 

Chestnutt 

Mt. Carmel: Rt. 6 Box 473, Chapel Hill 27514; 967-8359 (h), 933-8565 (c) - Rev. Donald 

Christian 

Mt. Gilead: Rt. 4 Box 395, Pittsboro 27312; 542-4492 (h), 542-2431 (c) - Rev. Lee Harris 
Mt. Hermon: Rt. 1 Box 388, 27705; 383-5073 (h), 383-2982 (c) - Rev. Jerry E. Harper, Sr. 



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Mt. Moriah: Rt. 7 Box 182, 27707; 493-3765 (h), 489-3425 (c) - Rev. Robert D. Weatherly 
Mount Pisgah: Rt. 3 Box 216, Apex 27502; 362-4825 (h), 362-7951 (c) - Rev. Joe 

Zimmerman 

New Jerusalem: 415 Highview Dr., Chapel Hill 27514; 942-4281 (h) - Rev. John L. 

Caldwell 

Olive Branch: 3805 Destrier Dr., 27703; 596-0331 (h), 596-8907 (c) - Rev. Fred M. 

Williams, III 

Page Road: 1007 Glenco Rd., 27703; 596-7241 (h), 596-3968 (c) - Rev. Stanley E. Berg- 

quist 

Park View: 80 S. Angela Cir., 27703; 596-3773 (h), 477-7497 (c) - Rev. Richard T. Hayes 
Parkwood: 1525 Clermont Rd., 27713; 544-4637 (h), 544-1347 (c) - Rev. James E. Laster 
Plainview: Rt. 5 Box 688, 27704; 682-2736 (h), 682-2591 (c) - Rev. Ronald H. Harrison 
Red Mountain: P. O. Box 103, Rougemont 27572; 477-3657 (h) - Dr. Tom W. Jordan 
Ridgecrest - 104 Massey Rd., 27712; 471-3060 (h), 477-5426 (c) - Dr. Carl K. Garner 
Rose of Sharon: 4109 Guess Rd., 27712; 477-3857 (h), 477-3993 (c) - Rev. Charles E. Rutt 
Temple: 3748 Hermine St., 27705; 477-8527 (h), 688-7397 (c) - Dr. M. Clay Warf 
Trinity: 2203 So Hi Dr., 27703; 598-1634 (h), 596-7407 (c) - Rev. William A. Landers 
University: 826 Shady Lawn Rd., Chapel Hill 27514; 967-2921 (h), 942-2157 (c) - Dr. 

Thomas W. Downing, Jr. 
Watts Street: 705 Frazier St., 27704; 477-7278 (h), 688-1366 (c) - Rev. Robert E. 

McClernon 

West Durham: 912 Brandon Rd., 27713; 596-2345 (h), 682-4453 (c) - Dr. Harold J. 

Cobb, Sr. 

Westwood: 1301 Virginia Ave., 27705; 286-5575 (h), 286-1593 (c) - Rev. Emory M. Bare 
Yates: 227 Monticello Ave., 27707; 489-7507 (h), 489-2309 (c) - Dr. C. Ronald Cumbie 

Yates Association: 5613 Centennial Dr., 27712; 477-3416 (h), 489-3396 (c) - 

Rev. Marvin B. Settle, Jr. 

Associate/ Assistant Pastors 



Angier Avenue Rev. W. Fulton Hartzog, 5113 Shagbark Dr., 27709; 596-1253 

Calvary Rev. Wayne Beeler, 518, Pleasant Dr., 27703; 596-5527 

Durham Memorial Rev. H. Moran Whitley, 2721 Holloway St., 27703; 596-6387 

Ebenezer Rev. Elmo Whitaker, 1706 Avondale Dr., 27701; 688-2048 

Faith Rev. Ken Gowan, 107 N. Joyland Ave., 27703; 596-4664 

Homestead Heights .... Mr. Daniel W. Parker, 4007 Holt School Rd., 27704; 477-3859 

Mt. Hermon Mr. R. Clay Berry, III, 3521 Wake Forest Hwy., 27703; 596-1792 

New Jerusalem Rev. Johnnie Mclver, 1116 Berkeley, 27705; 286-0329 

Park View Mr. Roger Lee, 2308 N. Roxboro Rd., 27704; 477-1222 

Ridgecrest: Rev. Larry Taylor, 3018 Little River Dr., Hillsborough 27278; 471-2468 

Rose of Sharon Rev. Brian C. Allen, 1712 Forest Rd., 27705; 286-7868 

West Durham Mr. Lee E. Jones, 109 W. Weaver St., 27707; 688-3761 

Westwood Rev. John S. Hammett, 708 Wisteria Ave., 27704; 477-1 155 



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Ministers of Education 



Bethesda Rev. Deryl Holliday, 6 Kara PI, 27712; 383-4132 

i Braggtown Rev. Robert Wortham, 107 Bradley Cir., 27713; 544-6131 

i Calvary Rev. Wayne Beeler, 518 Pleasant Dr., 27703; 596-2592 

| Carrboro Mr. Richard Erwin, 1 15 Old Pittsboro Rd., Carrboro 27510; 968-9979 

| Cresset Rev. Roger Grossmann, 1325 Cole Mill Rd., 27705; 383-9219 

I Durham Memorial Rev. H. Moran Whitley, 2721 Holloway St., 27703; 596-6387 

] Faith Rev. Ken Gowan, 107 N. Joyland Ave., 27703; 596-4664 

First Rev. Mark Moser, 414 Cleveland St., 27701; 688-7308 

I Gorman Rev. Douglas Jordan, 174 Windsor Dr., Wake Forest 27587; 556-5325 

; Grace Mr. Edward H. Hammett, 2674 Hitchcock Dr., 27705; 477-3751 

Grey Stone Rev. Wallace Fowler, Box 2686, 27705; 286-2281 

■ Guess Road Mr. Robert Bresch, 20 McDowell St., Wake Forest 27587; 556-7205 

I Hope Valley Mr. Jimmy D. Camp, 12 Tipperary Ct., 27713; 544-1908 

Ridgecrest Mr. Wiley Oakley, 4907 Seterra Bend, 27712; 477-1083 

] Temple Rev. J. Harold Craig, 2519 Wilbon St., 27704; 471-4688 

Watts Street Rev. Richard E. Chorley, P. O. Box 3003, 27705; 688-1366 

i Yates Rev. Thomas C. Newboult, 2819 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707; 489-2309 



Music Directors 

(Only the churches listed reported Music Directors) 

Angier Avenue Rev. John T. Laverty, 1508 Sycamore St., 27707 

Bells Mr. Tim Davidson, P. O. Box 841, Pittsboro 27312 

Berea Mrs. Juanita Vickers, Rt. 3 Box 1 16, 27713 

Bethesda Rev. E. Hugh O'Shields, 2403 Azalea Dr., 27703 

Braggtown Mr. J. H. McGugan, 602 Clarion Dr., 27705 

Calvary Rev. Wayne Beeler, 518 Pleasant Dr., 27703 

! Carrboro Mrs. Kathie Wilkinson, 303 Cheryl Ave., 27712 

I Cedar Fork Mrs. Sonya Massingill, 2 Drake Way Ct., 27713 

Cheek Heights Mrs. Edwin Bryant, 1822 Penrod Rd., 27703 

! Cresset Rev. Robert W. Cook, 4002 Westfield Dr., 27705 

, Durham Memorial Rev. H. Moran Whitley, 2721 Holloway St., 27703 

I Ebenezer Mr. Earl Echols, 3111 Umstead Rd., 27712 

\ Edgemont Mr. John Mayfied, 3311-C View Dr., 27713 

! Ephesus Mrs. Faye O. Bassett, 3607 Cole Mill Rd., 27712 

l Faith Ms. Jean Howerton, 2210-B Rochelle Dr., 27703 

I Farrington Road Mrs. Sharon Ross, Rt. 12 Box 119, Chapel Hill 27514 

; Fieldcrest Mrs. Dorothy Byrd, 3403 Summerlin Rd., 27704 

\ First Mrs. Susan Browning, 200 Cheryl Ave., 27712 

Gorman Mr. Herbert B. Gray, 3307 E. Geer St., 27704 

Grace Mr. William Burke Raper, 1303 Washington St., 27701 

I Grey Stone Rev. Thane Kendall, P. O. Box 2686, 27705 

; Guess Road Mr. Mike McGee, Box 2249, Wake Forest 27587 

I Homestead Heights Mr. Chris Gaynor, 4007 Holt School Rd., 27704 

Hope Valley Mr. Bruce J. Benton, 3900 Colorado Ave., 27707 

Immanuel Rev. Gary Crow, 123 W. Queen St., Hillsborough 27278 



489-4081 
542-2040 
544-1464 
596-7381 
383-0092 
596-5527 
471-9547 
544-5174 
682-5241 
383-9292 
596-6387 
383-8924 
544-3452 
383-6432 
596-4350 
489-0382 
688-2645 
471-2405 
682-7548 
682-7351 
286-2281 
556-4980 
477-3859 
489^910 
732-6837 



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Lakewood Rev. Sarah Harvey, 2100 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707; 688-5428" 

Leesville Road Mrs. Eloise Shepherd, Rt. 6 Box 229, 27703; 596-46161 

Lowe's Grove Mrs. Patti Lingafelt, 1505 Sedwick Rd., 27713; 544-5567[ 

Lystra Miss Terri Sinclair, 1-4 The Villages, Carrboro 27510; 933-4180} 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Jane Cutchin, 25 Mulberry Ln., Chapel Hill 27514; 929-3420| 

Mt. Gilead Ms. Carol Kilpatrick, Rt. 7 Box 77, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-6239 

Mt. Hermon Mrs. C. O. Couch, 4813 West Hills Dr., 27705; 383-2208 

Mt. Moriah Mr. Tony Alderman, Rt. 7 Box 170, 27707; 489-0436 

Mt. Pisgah Mrs. Ann Farrell, 308 Holleman St., Apex 27502; 362-6309 

New Jerusalem Ms. Jennis Walls, 1516 Stacey Dr., 27712; 471-3269) 

Olive Branch Mr. John Nichols, P. O. Box 768, Buies Creek 27506 

Mr. Todd Medlin, 2527 Ardsley Dr., 27703 jj 

Page Road Mrs. Joan Mitchell, 1902 Bethesda Ave., 27703; 596-4618 

Park View Mrs. Janet Given, 52 McDowell Dr., Wake Forest 27587; 556-7020 

Plainview Rev. Barry Dodson, Rt. 3 Box 143-B, Creedmoor 27522; 528-0442 

Red Mountain Mrs. Linda Weaver, Rt. 2, Rougemont 27572; 364-2184 

Ridgecrest Mr. Wiley Oakley, 4907 Seterra Bend, 27712; 477-1083 

Rose of Sharon Mrs. Dale Baker, Rt. 6 Box 181, 27703; 596-6689 

Temple Rev. J. Harold Craig, 2519 Wilbon St., 27704; 471-4688 

Trinity Mr. Jeff Owens, 2205 Eastwood Dr., 27703; 596-2219 

University Mr. Charles Currin; 942-2157 

Watts Street Mr. E. Kenneth Harrell, P. O. Box 3003, 27705; 688-1366 

West Durham Mr. Leon Cole, 4225 Denfield St., 27704; 471-4050 

Westwood Mr. William Lynn Peters, 1618 N. Duke St., 27701; 682-5873 

Yates Rev. Tedford F. Reed, 2819 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707; 489-2309 

Ministers of Youth 

Bells Mr. Chris Smith, Rt. 3, Apex 27502; 362-6090 

Bethesda Mr. Marc Francis, 41 10 Angier Ave., 27703; 596-1392 

Braggtown Miss Debbie Isley, P. O. Box 15022, 27704; 477-6440 

Calvary Rev. Wayne Beeler, 518 Pleasant Dr., 27703; 596-5527 

Cresset Rev. Curt Hernandez, 4316-A American Dr., 27705; 383-1315 

Durham Memorial Rev. H. Moran Whitley, 2721 Holloway St., 27703; 596-6387 

Ebenezer Mr. Earl Echols, 3111 Umstead Rd., 27712; 383-8924 

Faith Rev. Ken Gowan, 107 N. Joyland Ave., 27703; 596-4664 

First Rev. Parker Leake, 414 Cleveland St., 27701; 688-7308 

Gorman Mr. James Bradshaw, 3315 E. Geer St., 27704; 688-3947 

Grey Stone Mr. Rennie Adcock, Box 2686, 27705; 286-2281 

Guess Road Mr. Robert Bresch, 20 McDowell St., Wake Forest 27587; 556-7205 

Homestead Heights Rev. Truett Williams, 4007 Holt School Rd., 27704; 477-3859 

Hope Valley Mr. Jimmy D. Camp, 12 Tipperary Ct., 27713; 544-1908 

Immanuel Mr. Boyd Rogers, 51 1-E Downing St., 27705; 286-7244 

Leesville Road Mrs. Arlene Harris, Rt. 4 Box 387-A, 27703; 596-5185 

Lowe's Grove Mr. Douglas Harris, 4108 S. Alston Ave., 27713; 544-7430 

Mt. Carmel Mr. Gary Spaugh, Rt. 6 Box 175, Chapel Hill 27514; 929-4333 

Mt. Hermon Mr. R. Clay Berry, III, 3521 Wake Forest Hwy., 27703; 596-1792 

Mt. Moriah Mr. Kenneth Throckmorton, 26-B Davie Cir., Chapel Hill 27514; 

933-2497 



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Page Road Mr. Phil Wade, 1906 Bethesda Ave., 27703; 596-5676 

Park View Mr. Todd Triplett, 96 McDowell Dr., Wake Forest 27587; 556-4451 

Ridgecrest Rev. Marty Tobin, 6218 Kelvin Dr., 27712; 471-4028 

Rose of Sharon Mr. Dale Baker, Rt. 6 Box 181, 27703; 596-6689 

Temple Rev. Brian C. Allen, 1712 Forest Rd., 27705; 286-7868 

Trinity Mr. Barry Overcash, 3300 Hursey St. - #87, 27703; 596-7606 

University Mr. David Ramsey, P. O. Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514; 942-2157 

Westwood Mr. William Lynn Peters, 1618 N. Duke St., 27701; 682-5873 

Yates Mr. John Frederick, 2819 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707; 489-2309 

Ministers of Recreation 

Cresset Rev. Curt Hernandez, 4316-A American Dr., 27705; 383-1315 

Durham Memorial Rev. H. Moran Whitley, 2721 Holloway St., 27703; 596-6387 

Grey Stone Rev. W. T. Brogden, Box 2686, 27705; 286-3356 

Holloway Street Mr. Chester Rives, 1141 N. Miami Blvd., 27703; 688-8301 

|Ridgecrest Rev. Marty Tobin, 6218 Kelvin Dr., 27712; 471-4028 

Church Secretaries 

Angier Avenue Mrs. Allen D. Austin, Jr., 2907 Appling Way, 27709; 596-6430 

(Bethesda Mrs. Betty Lamb, 1 107 Hyde Pk., 27703; 596-2158 

jBraggtown Mrs. Troy Hasty, 2800 Croasdaile Dr., #H-6, 27705; 383-5845 

j Calvary Mrs. Margie Faulkner, 3224 Rowena Ave., 27703; 596-2592 

I Carrboro Mrs. Sandra S. Hunn, Rt. 2 Box 146, Pittsboro 27312; 967-3056 

|| Cheek Heights Miss Kay Ladd, 441 1 Rhew Dr., 27704; 683-1019 

j Cresset Mrs. Carol Roycroft, 3428 Randolph Rd., 27705; 489-3079 

| Durham Memorial Mrs. Mary Foushee, 109 N. Joyland Ave., 27703; 596-5845 

| Ebenezer Mrs. Priscilla Moody, Rt. 2 Box 865, Hillsborough 27278; 383-6668 

! Edgemont Mrs. Ashland N. Gale, 626 Hammond St., 27704; 682-3251 

j Ephesus Mrs. Bobbi Kerby, 4700 Ephesus Church Rd., 27707; 489-4483 

| Faith Ms. Bonnie O'Briant, 2631 Barwick Dr., 27704; 682-8750 

! Farrington Road Mrs. Linda Tingen, Rt. 12 Box 1 16, Chapel Hill 27514; 489-5889 

! First Mrs. Barbara Atkinson, 104 Pinegate #2, Chapel Hill 27514; 688-7308 

Gorman Mrs. Blanche Thornton, Rt. 1 Box 13, Bahama 27503; 688-3947 

Grace Mrs. Peggy Royal, 4510 Cheshire Ct., 27705; 688-6765 

Grey Stone Miss Louise Garrard, Box 2686, 27705; 286-2281 

Guess Road Mrs. Peggy Rhodes, 2637 Kirk Rd., 27705; 477-4893 

Holloway Street Mrs. Darlene S. Harrill, 420 Idlewood St., 27703; 688-4711 

Homestead Heights Mrs. W. B. Turner, Oak Forest Dr., 27712; 477-3859 

Hope Valley Mrs. Larry A. Taylor, 3018 Little River Dr., Hillsborough 27278; 

493-1809 

Immanuel Mrs. Frances G. Cannon, 3721 Cambridge Rd., 27705; 383-1422 

Lakewood Mrs. Marilyn Dodson, 2723 Old Sugar Rd., 27707; 493-7074 

Leesville Road Mrs. Arlene Harris, Rt. 4 Box 387-A, 27703; 596-4508 

Lowe's Grove Mrs. Vickie Couch, 4430 S. Alston Ave., 27713; 544-1888 

Lystra Miss Vivian Cole, Rt. 7 Box 565, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-6812 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Grace Harris, Rt. 6 Box 296, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-8565 



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Mt. Moriah Mrs. Barbara Walker, 6607 Garrett Rd., 27707; 489-3425 

Mt Pisgah Mrs. Diane Lawrence, Rt. 3 Box 201, Apex 27502; 362-7951 

New Jerusalem Mrs. Brenda J. Riley, 610 Saddle Ridge Ave., 27704; 541-4418 

Page Road Mrs. Paige Ryder, 2105 Adventure Tr., 27703; 596^618 ! 

Park View Ms. Becky Woodie, 3320 Clark Rd., 27704; 477-7497 

Parkwood Mrs. Joan Breese, 1240 Little Creek Rd., 27713; 544-1347 

Plainview Mrs. Teresa Parton, 2708 Mansfield Ave., 27703; 596-4225 

Ridgecrest Mrs. Jacqueline McFarland, 51 14 Kenwood Rd., 27712; 477-5426 

Rose of Sharon Mrs. Leslie Jarrell, 1205 Donphil Rd., 27712; 471-8387 

Temple Mrs. David Dowdee, 516 Crestview Dr., 27712; 688-7397 

University Ms. Dianne Day, P. O. Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514; 942-2157 

Watts Street Ms. Hildred E. Cassel, P. O. Box 3003, 27705; 688-1366 

West Durham Mrs. Linda McKinnie, 908 Corona St., 27707; 688-8842 

Westwood Mrs. Debbie Robinson, 1601 Maryland Ave., 27705; 286-1593 

Yates Mrs. Shirley Pickett, 2819 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707; 489-2309 ] 



Ordained Ministers 

Angier Avenue Rev. Leo T. Bridgers (I), 2905 Monroe St., 27707; 489-8913 

Bahama Rev. Ray Cumbee (CW), 313 Cheryl Ave., 27704; 471-9247 

Bethesda Rev. Ronald Benson (EP), 1411 Tyonek Dr., 27703; 596-1215 

Rev. Phillip Wiggins (CH), Rt. 2 Box 508-C, 27703; 383-4820 

Calvary Rev. Paul Holland (I), 1704 Lorimer Rd., Raleigh 27606 

Cedar Ford Capt. Don Brown (CH), Box 1 100 AEBA-CH-MCN, APO N. Y. 

09742-0018 

Durham Memorial Rev. Francis E. Denton (O), Rt. 2 Box 374-1A, Creedmoor 

27522; 575-6892 

Rev. Bill W. Hagewood (CW), 3703 Freeman Rd., 27703; 596-7820 



Ephesus Rev. Robert L. Clegg (CW), 407 W. Markham Ave., 27701; 688-0371 

First Rev. Jere Judd (I), 501 Hugo St., 27704; 477-3528 

Rev. Marvin B. Settle, Jr. (AW), 5613 Centennial Dr., 27712; 477-3416 

Gorman Rev. Ed Gordon (R), 3904 E. Geer St., 27704; 688-7945 

Rev. John T. Edwards (R), 3208 E. Geer St., 27704; 688-8446 

Grace Rev. James Bland (I), P. O. Box 392, 27702; 489-2322 

Rev. Lawrence Knott (CH), 2710 Sparger Rd., 27705; 383-3653 
Rev. Michael Leonhardt (O), 324A South Franklin, Wake Forest 27587 
Rev. Ted G. Stone (EP), 51 14 Pine Trail Dr., 27712 

Grey Stone Rev. Boyce Creamer (CH), 2002 W. Club Blvd., 27705; 286-1572 

Rev. Aaron Conn (I), 2405 Cambridge Dr., 27707; 489-5436 

Guess Road Rev. Robert Abarno (I), 2800 Croasdaile, J-10, 27705; 383-1440 

Rev. Ray Alderson (I), 6002 Baird St., 27712; 477-9071 

Homestead Heights Rev. W. Ray Rogers (O), 2538 Fairlawn Rd., 27705; 477-4255 

Hope Valley Rev. Norman Gossett (O), 1925 Ward St., 27707; 489-4320 

Mt. Gilead Rev. D. A. Calhoun (R), Rt. 1, Pittsboro 27312; 542-3515 

Mt. Hermon Rev. Aubrey Quakenbush (R), 5214 Old Hillsborough Rd., 27705; 

383-1057 

Rev. James Williams (O), P. O. Box 118, Hillsborough 27278; 732-491 1 

Mt. Pisgah Rev. Stephen Perrou (I), 1227 Schaub Dr., Raleigh 27606; 851-3640 

Olive Branch Rev. Harold Rumfelt (R), 339 Olive Branch Rd., 27703; 596-0928 



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|Page Road Rev. A. D. Frazier (R), 4214 Lumley Rd., 27703; 596-7017 

jPark View Rev. John Wade (CH), 1608 Glendale Ave., 27704; 682-8584 

I Red Mountain Rev. Joseph Glenn (I), 1219 Open Air Rd., 27712; 471-0420 

Rev. Thomas V. Potts (O), Rt. 1, Rougemont 27572; 364-8476 

jRidgecrest Rev. Doug Willett (O), Rt. 1 Box 3, Bahama 27503; 477-7420 

Rev. David Beck (O), 7209 Big Horn Dr., Hillsborough 27278; 471-8228 

Rose of Sharon Rev. Preminto Chisenhall (R), 3126 Rose of Sharon Rd., 27712; 

477-2687 

Rev. Erwin Dillehay (PI), 3804 Rivermont Rd., 27712; 383-2956 
Temple .... Dr. John W. Carlton (CW), P. O. Box 1027, Wake Forest 27587; 556-4791 
Rev. Richard T. Davis (O), 703 Newsome St., 27704; 471-1049 
Rev. Boyce Kimball (CH), 3231 Shannon Manor, Apt. 23C, 27707; 489-081 1 
Rev. Steven D. Paschall (CH), 66th Maint. Bn., Kaiserslautern, Gr., APO N.Y. 09227 

Rev. C. S. Waters (I), 1225 Poplar St., Garner 27539 
Rev. Hugh C. Watkins (R), 2607 Tuckawanna Ave., 27703; 596-6588 

Watts Street Rev. Danny Green (CH), 1314 Miramont Dr., 27704; 477-2374 

Rev. John E. Biggers (O), 1819 West B St., Butner 27509; 575-6776 
Rev. Billy Griffin (I), 5332 Lakeview Dr., 27712; 383-8871 
Dr. Clark Cahow (O), 1 106 Watts St. , 27701 ; 688-8607 
Rev. David May (I), 2310 Prince St., 27707; 493-9109 
Rev. John C. Hudson (I), 5304 McCormick Rd., 27713; 544-7242 
Rev. Dale Johnson (CH), Rt. 5 Box 581, Hillsborough 27278; 732-5582 
Rev. Hugh Dukes (CH), 1 1 4th Artillery Rd., Ft. Leavenworth, KS 66027 



jWestwood Rev. Dennis Moore (I), 1515 N. Duke St., 27701; 688-9524 

| Yates Rev. Barry Harvey (O), 807 Green St., 27701 ; 688-5428 

Ministers Ordained During the Year 

jFaith Rev. Ken Gowan, 107 N. Joyland Ave., 27703; 596-4664 

iFirst Rev. John Atkinson, 2301-5 Canterwood, Charlotte 28213 

jGorman Rev. Marcus Tilley, 1412 Longcrest Rd., Memphis, TN 38109 

(Homestead Heights Rev. Truett Williams, 4007 Holt School Rd., 27704; 477-3859 

ilRidgecrest Rev. Augustus Thomas, 94 McDowell Dr., Wake Forest 27587 

Watts Street Rev. Danny Green, 1314 Miramont Dr., 27704; 477-2374 

Ministers Licensed During the Year 

jGorman Mr. James Bradshaw, 547 Rice Cir., Wake Forest 27587 

(Lakewood Mr. Franklin A. Ward, 1906 James Street, 27707 

Ridgecrest Mr. John Garner, 2831 N. O'Henry Blvd., Apt. F, Greensboro 27405 



Media Library Directors 

(Only the churhces listed reported Media Library Directors) 

Mrs. John T. Laverty, 1508 Sycamore St., 27707; 489-4081 

Mrs. Ray Corn, 703 Latta Rd., 27712; 477-2987 

Miss Glenda Lacoste, 612 Midway Ave., 27703; 596-8316 

Ms. Linda Keenan, Box 2006, SEBTS, Wake Forest 27587 

Mrs. Gloria Colclough, Rt. 1 Box 329, Morrisville 27560; 544-2477 

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; Angier Avenue 
Braggtown . . . 

i Calvary 

Carrboro 

Cedar Fork. . . 

j 



Cheek Heights Mrs. Annie B. Moore, 1305 Junction Rd., 27704 

Cresset Mrs. Pam Stewart, 3088-E Colony Rd., 27705; 493-3310 

Durham Memorial Mrs. Norma Hart, 2710 Wedgedale Ave., 27703; 596-4632 

Ebenezer Mr. Lonnie Bell, Rt. 1 Box 271-37, 27705; 383-0153 

Edgemont M/M Richard Conover, 291 1 Fawn Ave., 27705; 471-2406 

Ephesus Mrs. Elsie Booker, Rt. 12 Box 159, Chapel Hill 27514; 493-8149 

Fieldcrest Mrs. Fannie Norris, 1825 Glenn School Rd., 27704; 682-1743 

First Mrs. Marjorie Watkins, 2501 State St., 27704; 477-7817 

Gorman Mrs. Cindy Gann, 5210 Sky Lane Dr., 27704; 682-2696 

Grace Mrs. Mary Geddings, Rt. 1 Box 332, #7, 27705; 383-7951 

Grey Stone Mrs. Lily Yu, 4801 Berini Dr., 27705; 383-0134 

Guess Road Mrs. Glenda Kwascha, 2023 Milton Rd., 27712; 477-0196 

Holloway Street Miss Frieda Kocher, 1607 Lathrop St., 27703; 682-2324 

Hope Valley Mrs. Phyllis Edwards, 1714 Robinhood Rd., 27701; 688-3191 

Immanuel Mrs. Beverly Sparks, 1417 Colewood Dr., 27705; 383-3548 

Lakewood Ms. Lizabeth D. Finch, 2300 Barrymore Dr., 27705; 471-0101 

Lowe's Grove Miss Aubrey Evans, 1501 Cole Mill Rd., 27712; 383-5214 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Ellen Cheek, Rt. 6 Box 518, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-7971 

Mt. Hermon Ms. Jackie Duke, Rt. 1 Box 271-42, 27705; 383-3378 

Mt. Moriah Mrs. Priscilla Nichols, 1507 Logan St., 27704; 683-3884 

Mt. Pisgah Miss Lora Sears, Rt. 3 Box 274, Apex 27502; 362-6292 

Olive Branch Mrs. Liza Redford, Rt. 5 Box 621 , 27703; 596-5265 

Parkwood Mrs. Kay Laster, 1525 Clermont Rd., 27713; 544-4637 

Plainview Mrs. Kaye Woods, 2552 Ardsley Dr., 27704; 688-8609 

Red Mountain Mrs. Lois Gates, Rt. 3 Box 20, Rougemont 27572; 477-0039 

Ridgecrest Mrs. Janie Clements, P. O. Box 195, Bahama 27503; 477-3484 

Watts Street Ms. Barbara Newman, 4303 Rhew Dr., 27704; 477-4983 

Westwood Mrs. Margaret Tew, 706 Frazier St., 27704; 477-4613 

Yates Ms. Norma Mallard, 17 Gorham PL, 27705; 383-6854 

Sunday School Directors 

Angier Avenue Mr. Donnie McFall, Rt. 6 Box 567-A, 27703; 596-41 10 

Bahama Mr. Earl Smith, 8206 Lowell Valley Dr., Bahama 27503; 471-4391 

Bells Mr. Dan Boone, Rt. 3, Apex 27502; 362-9232 

Berea Mrs. Mary Frances Olive, Rt. 2 Box 25, Chapel Hill 27514; 929-9319 

Bethesda Mr. Lunsford Williams, 4424 Angier Ave., 27703; 596-4326 

Braggtown Mr. Buddie Brown, 5714 Wanderlust Ln., 27712; 477-0109 

Calvary Mr. Billy Joyce, 7114 Bluegrass Rd., 27703; 596-4876 

Carrboro Mr. Leonard Cheek, 106 Lilac Dr., Carrboro 27510; 942-6876 

Cedar Fork Mrs. Ruth Couch, Rt. 1 Box 313, Morrisville 27560; 544-7014 

Cheek Heights Mr. Vernon Averette, 1831 Geer St., 27704; 682-9574 

Cresset Rev. Roger Grossmann, 3707 Garrett Rd., 27707; 489-2655 

Durham Memorial ... Mr. Cecil Vaughan, Rt. 3 Box 39-D, Hillsborough 27278; 732-9960 

Ebenezer Mr. Mack Clary, 8035 Lowell Valley Dr., Bahama 27503; 471-2269 

Edgemont Mrs. John Mayfield, 3311 C. View Dr., 27713; 544-3452 

Ephesus Mrs. Elsie Booker, Rt. 12 Box 159, Chapel Hill 27514; 493-8149 

Faith Mr. Zeb Walker, Jr., 2511 E. Club Blvd. Ext., 27704; 688-3587 



Farrington Road .... Mr. Charles Coleman, 5500-63D Fortunes Rdg., 27713; 493-0031 



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I Fieldcrest Mr. Thomas C. Ellis, 3210 Sherbon Dr., 27707; 489-0570 

j First Mr. Arnold Brogan, 3926 Kelly Dr., 27707; 493-0324 

i Gorman Mr. Dolphus Tilley, 2702 Cooksbury Dr., 27704; 682-8257 

I Grace Mr. Gary Carver, 4012 Caucer Dr., 27705; 477-7687 

ij Grey Stone Mr. Jack Rigsbee, Box 2803, 27705; 286-2281 

ij Guess Road Mr. Pete Goswick, 2400 Barrymore Ave., 27705; 477-4822 

Ij Holloway Street Mr. Frank Shipp, 7 Galaxy Ct., 27705; 471-9078 

I Homestead Heights Mr. Jackson Wright, 5100 Inverness Dr., 27712; 383-5058 

Hope Valley Mr. William Renfrow, 3908 Hope Valley Rd., 27707; 493-7100 

Immanuel Mrs. Loretta Waller, 904 Wyldewood Rd., 27704; 477-4625 

I Lakewood Mrs. LaRue Poe, 5133 Pine Trail Rd., 27712; 471-0380 

J Leesville Road Mr. Al Robertson, 3 1 16 Blue Hill Ln., 27703; 596-1 1 14 

I Lowe's Grove Mr. Stephen Lingafelt, 1505 Sedwick Rd., 27713; 544-5567 

Lystra Mrs. Elizabeth Scott, 70 Dogwood Dr., Chapel Hill 27514; 929-9079 

Mt. Carmel Mr. Eddie Williams, Rt. 6 Box 504, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-7806 

! Mt. Gilead Mr. Jerry Clark, Rt. 4 Box 667, Pittsboro 27312; 542-4375 

! Mt. Hermon Mr. Edward O. Allen, Rt. 1 Box 337-F, 27705; 383-9098 

I Mt. Moriah Mr. Roger Elliott, 3901 Kerley Rd., 27705; 489-2509 

|] Mt. Pisgah Mr. Jerry Davis, Rt. 3 Box 229-D, 27713; 544^495 

| New Jerusalem Ms. Mary Washington, 1019-F Sherwood, 27705; 383-5045 

Ij Olive Branch Mrs. Becky Lynn, Rt. 6 Box 238, 27703; 596-8735 

; Page Road Mr. Clint King, 4228 Angier Ave., 27703; 596-4604 

[ Park View Mr. Howard Adcock, 515 N. Mineral Springs Rd., 27703; 596-7762 

| Parkwood Mr. Sam Weller, 116 Milford Ln., 27713; 544-7258 

Plainview Mrs. Ruth Preddy, Rt. 5 Box 474, 27704; 682-2305 

il Red Mountain Mr. Alvin Robertson, 208 Midland Ave., 27712; 477-6000 

:| Ridgecrest Mr. David Delaby, 6433 Whitt Rd., 27712; 471-3736 

!! Rose of Sharon Mr. William O. Jones, 4719 Regalwood Rd., 27712; 477-0663 

j Temple Mr. Truett Blackwood, 3524 Mossdale Ave., 27707; 489-5394 

! Trinity Mrs. Faye Fletcher, 1336 Lynley Dr., 27703; 596-1020 

jl University Mr. John Whitley, P. O. Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514; 942-2157 

I Watts Street Mrs. Christine Stocks, 1007 Englewood Ave., 27701; 682-3781 

I West Durham Mrs. Sallie Graham, 1004 Lancaster St., 27701; 286-0376 

j Westwood Mr. Alfred Eakes, Sr., 161 1 Delaware Ave., 27705; 286-7232 

j Yates Mrs. Rosie Hampton, 3105 University Dr., 27707; 489-1540 



Church Training Directors 

(Only the churches listed reported Church Training Directors) 

Bethesda Rev. Deryl Holliday, 6 Kara PL, 27712; 383-4132 

! Calvary Mr. Russell Hoffman, P. O. Box 1 1222, 27703; 596-5760 

Carrboro Mrs. Pam Erwin, 1 15 Old Pittsboro Rd., Carrboro 27510; 968-9979 

; Cedar Ford Mrs. Mildred Sanders, Rt. 1 Box 290, Morrisville 27560; 544-1343 

! Cresset Rev. Roger Grossmann, 1325 Cole Mill Rd., 27705; 383-9219 

; Durham Memorial Dr. Frank Shelburne, 3601 Gibson Rd., 27703; 596-8848 

Ebenezer Mrs. Jeanette Hill, Rt. 1 Box 338-A, 27705; 383^087 

I First Mr. Wayne Goodrum, 5540 Inverness Dr., 27712; 383-7924 

j Gorman Mrs. Anne Hope, Rt. 5 Box 159, 27704; 688-3124 



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Grace Mrs. Nelda Haines, 3638 Westminister Ave., 27704; 688-4591 

Grey Stone Rev. Wallace Fowler, P. O. Box 2686, 27705; 286-2281 

Hope Valley Dr. Lon Pierce, 830 Bluestone Dr., 27713; 544-2278 

Mt. Carmel Rev. Donald Christian, Rt. 6 Box 296, Chapel Hill 27514; 967-8359 

New Jerusalem Rev. John L. Caldwell, 415 High view Dr., Chapel Hill 27514; 

942-4281 

Page Road Mr. O. C. Mitchell, 838 Glenco Rd., 27703; 596-2403 

Red Mountain Mr. Ronnie Huff, Box 167, Timberlake 27583; 364-8562 

Ridgecrest Mr. Wiley Oakley, 4907 Seterra Bend, 27712; 477-1083 

Temple Rev. J. Harold Craig, 2519 Wilbon St., 27704; 471-4688 

Trinity Mr. Bill Nichols, P. O. Box 27703; 596-8718 

W.M.U. Directors 

(Only the churches listed reported W.M.U. Directors) 

Angier Avenue Mrs. Charles E. Womack, 426 Southerland Dr., 27703; 596-6665 

Bahama Mrs. W. E. Smith, 8206 Lowell Valley Dr., Bahama 27503; 471-4391 

Bells Mrs. Barbara Horton, Rt. 3 Box ? 

Bethesda Mrs. Ann Ferrell, 2915 Ellis Rd., 27703; 596-8855 

Braggtown Mrs. Frank Nelson, 447 Continental Dr., 27712; 383-7137 

Calvary Mrs. Glenda George, 7706 Herndon Rd., 27713; 544-6332 

Carrboro Mrs. Hazel O'Quinn, 100 Lindsay St., Carrboro 27510; 929-3049 

Cedar Fork Mrs. Carolyn Ward, Rt. 1 Box 309, Morrisville 27560; 544-1432 

Cheek Heights Mrs. Joe Bostic, 826 Hardee St., 27703; 683-1019 

Cresset Mrs. Mary Keith, 116 Landsbury Dr., 27707; 489-7852 

Durham Memorial Mrs. Patricia Neal, 1700 Logan St., 27704; 682-3108 

Ebenezer Mrs. Betsy Stewart, 2622 Cedar Creek Dr., 27705; 383-4123 

Edgemont Mrs. Hubert S. Mumford, 1 108 Raynor St., 27703; 682-2465 

Ephesus Mrs. Edna Riggsbee, Rt. 7 Box 271, 27707; 489-4441 

Faith Ms. Betsy Faust, 1903 Medallion Dr., 27704; 682-6725 

First Mrs. Nettie Gregory, 1203 North St., 27701; 688-1690 

Gorman Mrs. Grace Fogleman, 2504 E. Geer St., 27704; 682-5929 

Grace Mrs. Barbara Johnson, 2213 Conestoga Dr., 27705; 383-1 1 10 

Guess Road Mrs. Geraldine Mitchell, 2606 Newport Dr., 27705; 477-2403 

Holloway Street Mrs. Gwen Laing, 1208 Park Ave., 27701; 683-1831 

Homestead Heights Mrs. Eunice Sprouse, 504 Fairfield Rd., 27704; 477-2916 

Hope Valley .... Mrs. Phil Woodell, 6717 Glen Forest Dr., Chapel Hill 27514; 493-8293 

Immanuel Mrs. Lillian Browning, 1741 Grady Dr., 27712; 477-4633 

Lakewood Mrs. Ethel Arnold, 2103 LaFayette St., 27707; 489-1530 

Leesville Road Mrs. Arlene Harris, Rt. 4 Box 387-A, 27703; 596-5185 

Lowe's Grove Mrs. Steven Taylor, 2519 Riddle Rd., 27713; 596-1 194 

Lystra Mrs. John A. Oldham, Rt. 7 Box 571A, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-6629 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Teresa Modlin, Rt. 7 Box 81, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-6539 

Mt. Gilead Ms. Jean C. Tripp, Rt. 3 Box 28, Pittsboro 27312; 542-3808 

Mt. Hermon Mrs. James Harper, Rt. 1 Box 251, 27705; 383-8809 

Mt. Moriah Mrs. Kaye Powell, Rt. 7 Box 164, 27707; 489-4956 

Mt. Pisgah Mrs. Rachel Churchill, Rt. 3 Box 206, Apex 27502; 362-6054 

Olive Branch Mrs. Nancy Lassiter, 3706 Brightwood Ln., 27703; 682-3076 

Page Road Mrs. Mary L. Tilley, Rt. 6 Box 486, 27703; 596-2254 



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! Park View Mrs. Thelma Thomas, 232 Sandlewood Dr., 27712; 477-1 164 

\ Parkwood Mrs. Ann Telford, 1813 Euclid Rd., 27713; 544-2655 

! Plainview Mrs. Ruth Preddy, Rt. 5 Box 474, 27704; 682-2305 

> Red Mountain Miss Norma Bowen, Rt. 3 Box 56, Rougemont 27572; 477-0689 

I Ridgecrest Mrs. Beverly Clark, 5822 Wilma St., 27712; 477-0853 

Rose of Sharon Mrs. Robert H. Parnell, 302 Wellington Dr., 27704; 477-9361 

Trinity Ms. Dorothy Hicks, 1308 Ed Cook Rd., 27703; 596-7232 

University Mrs. Peggy Yates, Rt. 7 Box 187, 27707; 489-1587 

Watts Street Miss Nannie Mae Herndon, Rt. 3 Box 154, 27713; 544-1859 

West Durham Mrs. Mary Horton, 3225 Fayetteville St., 27707; 682-3472 

Westwood Mrs. Betty Dilday, 2504 W. Club Blvd., 27705; 286-1448 

Yates Mrs. Toni Clarke, 204 Landsbury Dr., 27707; 493-7126 

Brotherhood Directors 

(Only the churches listed reported Brotherhood Directors) 

Bahama Mr. Don Thompson, Rt. 1 Box 51, Bahama 27503; 471-8124 

Bells Mr. David Joyner, Rt. 3 Box 157-1, Apex 27502; 362-5294 

Bethesda Mr. Fred Bramigk, 1219 Clinton Rd., 27703; 596-1584 

Braggtown Mr. Chester Davis, 2901 Broad St., 27704; 477-2749 

Calvary Mr. Garland Cates, 1717 Marly Dr., 27703; 596-1794 

Cedar Fork Mr. Edwin Couch, Rt. 1 Box 313, Morrisville 27560; 544-7014 

| Cheek Heights Mr. Jeff Booth, 1826 Milan St., 27704; 688-1930 

Cresset Mr. Howard Yandle, 4001 Trotter Ridge Rd., 27707; 489-2440 

Durham Memorial Mr. Elliott Taylor, 2502 Albany St., 27705; 471-6935 



Ebenezer Mr. Ray Wilkins, 2225 Charlotte St., 27705; 477-1931 



| Edgemont Mr. James Casey, 1418 Kirkwood Dr., 27705; 477-3235 

I Grace Mr. Edward H. Hammett, 2674 Hitchcock Dr., 27705; 477-3751 

Grey Stone Rev. Ron Mathews, Box 2686, 27705; 286-2281 

Guess Road Mr. J. A. Moore, 3516 Guess Rd., 27705; 477-3454 

I Hope Valley Mr. Eric Kyles, 6310 Garrett Rd., 27707; 493-1384 

j Lystra Mr. Gerald Oldham, Rt. 7 Box 570, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-6644 

Mt. Carmel Mr. Charles Harris, Rt. 6 Box 296, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-7762 

; Mt. Gilead .... Mr. Mike Parker, Box 22, Polk's Landing, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-5083 

i Mt. Moriah Mr. Curtis Sikes, 2638 Pickett Rd., 27707; 489-6350 

J Olive Branch Mr. Paul Nance, 3501 Wake Forest Hwy., 27703; 596-5041 

i Page Road Mr. Crafton Mitchell, 1012 Glenco Rd., 27703; 596-2715 

I Parkwood Mr. Stan Newbold, 127 Radcliff, 27713; 544-1268 

Red Mountain Mr. A. M. Hall, Rt. 2 Box 406, Bahama 27503; 477-3774 

Ridgecrest Mr. Gary Chambers, Rt. 1 Box 266B, Hillsborough 27278; 477-6505 

Rose of Sharon Mr. David Lewis, 328 Fleming Dr., 27712; 383-6285 

Temple Mr. Larry Bumgardner, 1203 N. Gregson St., 27701; 682-6466 

Trinity Mr. James Phillips, Rt. 6 Box412-J-2, 27703; 596-1531 

Westwood Mr. Irvin Breedlove, Sr., 1822 Forest Rd., 27705; 286-7232 

Yates Mr. Larry Clarke, 204 Lansbury Dr., 27707; 493-7126 



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Treasurers 



Angier Avenue Mr. Fred W. Rhodes, 1 121 Shady Ln., 27712; 477-0682 

Bahama Mr. Tom Weaver, Rt. 1 Box 238, Hillsborough 27278; 471-7268 

Bells Mrs. Teresa Mason, Rt. 3, Apex 27502; 362-4352 

Berea Mr. G. H. Shepherd, 911 Demerius St., 27701; 682-2040 

Bethesda Mrs. Rose Floyd, 4607 Holloman Rd., 27703; 596-3516 

Braggtown Mr. Eugene Mangum, 321 Cheryl Dr., 27712; 477-4209 

Calvary Mrs. Dorothy Christian, 205 Pleasant Dr., 27703; 596-6862 

Carrboro Mrs. Sandra S. Hunn, Rt. 2 Box 146, Pittsboro 27312; 542-4858 

Cedar Fork Mr. Hubert Green, Rt. 1 Box 246, Morrisville 27560; 544-1 103 

Cheek Heights Mrs. Ethel Holder, Cheek Rd., 27704; 682-2453 

Cresset Mr. Bob Dewell, 2957 Friendship Rd., 27705; 489-1898 

Durham Memorial . . . Mrs. Mary Ann Carpenter, 2208 Carpenter Rd., 27704; 682-3956 

Ebenezer Mr. Tommy Riley, Rt. 2 Box 525-A, 27705; 383-3758 

Edgemont Mr. B. F. Denning, 1912 Wallace St., 27707; 489-6323 

Ephesus Mrs. Gladys Pope, 2617 Winston Rd., 27707; 489-21 13 

Faith Mr. Lewis Murphy, 248 Debra Dr., 27704; 688-6780 

Farrington Road Mrs. Linda Giles, P. O. Box 2051, Chapel Hill 27514; 967-8087 

Fieldcrest Mrs. Catheryn Weaver, 3417 Glenn Rd., 27704; 688-7427 

First Mrs. Helen Brockwell, 1431 Acadia St., 27701; 682-5110 

Gorman Mr. Bobby L. Fuller, 2621 Cooksbury Dr., 27704; 688-4800 

Grace Mr. C. Flemen Watkins, 2815 Cascadilla St., 27704; 477-5416 

Grey Stone Mr. Mike Davis, 1718 Grady Dr., 27712; 477-0759 

Guess Road Mr. 1. J. Mangum, 1406 Barliff PI., 27712; 477-2587 

Holloway Street Mrs. Anne Batchelor, 610 Lindley Dr., 27703; 596-2926 

Homestead Heights Mr. Spurgeon Buchanan, 220 Chateau Rd., 27704; 477-6766 

Hope Valley Mr. George Atwater, 6900 Garrett Rd., 27707; 544-1416 

Immanuel Mrs. Thelma Barlow, 81 1 Ruby St., 27704; 477-9564 

Lakewood Mrs. Mary B. Ward, 3900 Hulon Dr., 27705; 489-8944 

Leesville Road Mrs. Arlene Harris, Rt. 4 Box 387-A, 27703; 596-5185 

Lowe's Grove Mr. Ronnie Mitchell, Rt. 4 Box 51, 27713; 544-2382 

Lystra Mr. Ray Womble, Rt. 5 Box 346, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-1479 

Mt. Carmel Mr. Scott Blackwood, Rt. 7 Box 309, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-8461 

Mt. Gilead Ms. Pat Roberson, Rt. 4 Box 514, Pittsboro 27312; 542-3399 

Mt. Hermon Mrs. W. A. Godwin, Rt. 2 Box 659, Chapel Hill 27514; 383-4244 

Mt. Moriah Mr. Charles E. Brown, 4839 Erwin Rd., 27705; 489-4474 

Mt. Pisgah Mrs. Diane Lawrence, Rt. 3 Box 201, Apex 27502; 362-6729 

New Jerusalem Mr. Ulysses Walls, 1516 Stacey Dr., 27712; 471-3269 

Olive Branch Mrs. Ruth Mangum, 4017 Wake Forest Hwy., 27703; 596-6181 

Page Road Mrs, Janet Hayes, 5123 Durand Dr., 27703; 596-9239 

Park View Mr. Sonny Newcomb, 6728 Lockwood Dr., 27712; 477-2593 

Parkwood Mr. David Green, 5802 Williamsbury Way, 27713; 544-3573 

Plainview Miss Jackie Jenks, 4008 Cheek Rd., 27704; 688-0698 

Red Mountain Mrs. Betty Lou Ellis, Rt. 2, Rougemont 27572; 477-3079 

Ridgecrest Mrs. Carolyn Cook, 8512 Polaris Dr., Bahama 27503; 477-1728 

Rose of Sharon Mr. William Garrard, 3240 Rose of Sharon Rd., 27712; 383-2060 

Temple Mr. R. Zack Long, 614 Bon Air Ave., 27704; 477-8169 



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Trinity Mr. Grant Payne, 1901 Leonard St., 27703; 596-6275 

University Mr. Ed Gilmore, 1506 Mason Farm Rd., Chapel Hill 27514 

Watts Street Mrs. Jewell Simpson, 2512 Wilbon St., 27704; 477-5250 

West Durham Mr. Henry Jarmon, 2219 Fitzgerald Ave., 27707; 688-1615 

Westwood Mr. James Williams, 210 Oak Hill Dr., 27712; 471-9658 

Yates Mr. Bob Wilmarth, 3725 Randolph Rd., 27705; 489-3454 

Church Clerks 

Angier Avenue Mrs. I. F. Rowland, 204 Raynor St., 27703; 596-5581 

Bahama Mr. K. T. Joyner, Blalock Rd., Bahama 27503; 477-0154 

jBells Mrs. Angela Joyner, Rt. 3 Box 157-1, Apex 27502; 362-5294 

iBerea Mrs. Jo Ann Massey, Rt. 3 Box 223, 27713; 544-1364 

[Bethesda Mrs. Ruby B. Massey, 2619 Ellis Rd., 27703; 596-5388 

(Braggtown Mrs. R. L. Jeffries, 3704 Hermine St., 27705; 477-2332 

ICalvary Mrs. Janice R. Tice, 3603 Grimes Ave., 27703; 596-7920 

iCarrboro Ms. Edna C. Shytle, Rt. 7 Box 286, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-7908 

jiCedar Fork Mrs. Faye Proctor, Rt. 1 Box 222, Morrisville 27560; 544-1084 

jCheek Heights Mrs. Ira Pate, 1111 Midland Ter., 27704; 682-2315 

(Cresset Dr. Ruth Hoffman, 4000 Inwood Dr., 27705; 383-6410 

(Durham Memorial Mrs. Ann Ramsey, Rt. 6 Box 355, 27703; 596-5032 

sEbenezer Mrs. G. F. Riley, Rt. 2 Box 519, 27705; 383-3155 

Edgemont Mrs. Gerald P. Williams, 2535 Ross Rd., 27703; 596-8865 

IjEphesus Mrs. Thelma Witherspoon, 3312 Watkins Rd., 27707; 489-8858 

jFaith Ms. Joyce Glasgow, 14 Folkston Dr., 27704; 682-6223 

Farrington Road Mrs. Linda Tingen, Rt. 12 Box 1 16, Chapel Hill 27514; 493-8104 

iFieldcrest Mrs. Kathryn W. Denton, 3330 Glenn Rd., 27704; 682-7527 

First Mr. J. Cullum Wilson, 4307 David St., 27704; 477-3820 

{Gorman Mrs. Grace Fogleman, 2504 E. Geer St., 27704; 682-5929 

Grace Mrs. Peggy Royal, 4510 Cheshire Ct., 27705; 383-5686 

Grey Stone Mr. Bill Blalock, 2510 Sparger Rd., 27705; 383-1716 

Guess Road Mrs. Linda Goswick, 2400 Barrymore Ave., 27705; 477^822 

iHolloway Street Mrs. Gwen Laing, 1208 Park Ave., 27701; 683-1831 

liHomestead Heights Mrs. Mary E. Whaley, 1516 Kirkwood Dr., 27705; 477^451 

liHope Valley Mrs. Ralph J. Lewter, Rt. 3 Box 266-B, 27713; 544-2788 

Immanuel Mrs. E. C. Cannon, 3721 Cambridge Rd., 27705; 489-8382 

i Lakewood Ms. Barbara W. Pearce, 3703 Cambridge Dr., 27705; 489-3081 

jLeesville Road Ms. Andrea Robertson, 3116 Blue Hill Ln., 27703; 596-1 1 14 

! Lowe's Grove Miss Hazel A. Godwin, 2601 S. Alston Ave., 27713; 596-2626 

1 Lystra Mrs. William Griffin, 40 Taylor Rd., Pittsboro 27312; 933-3742 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Norma Diggs, Rt. 6 Box 375, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-3949 

iMt. Gilead Ms. Joyce M. Bynum, Rt. 4 Box 524, Pittsboro 27312; 542-4198 

Mt. Hermon Mrs. Herbert Cash, Rt. 1 Box 208, 27705; 383-3354 

Mt. Moriah Ms. Wanda Bennett, Rt. 1 Box 153, 27705; 489-7273 

Mt. Pisgah Mrs. Marie F. Markham, Rt. 3 Box 222, Apex 27502; 362-6006 

New Jerusalem Ms. Brenda J. Riley, 610 Saddle Ridge Ave., 27704; 471-4513 

Olive Branch Mr. Betty Carden, 3608 Gibson Rd., 27703; 596-8442 

Page Road Mrs. Shirley Wallace, Rt. 4 Box 365A, 27703; 596-4040 



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Park View Mr. Raymond Lester, 123 Chateau Rd., 27704; 477-4044i 

Parkwood Mrs. Claire Thomas, 106 Monterey Ln., 27713; 544-2797 

Plainview Mrs. Linda W. Redford, Rt. 5 Box 620, 27704; 596-5003 

Red Mountain Mrs. Billie M. Latta, Rt. 2 Box 384-C, Bahama 27503; 471-9277 

Ridgecrest Mrs. Jacqueline McFarland, 51 14 Kenwood Rd., 27712; 471-2386 

Rose of Shannon Miss Edith Dunnagan, 1703 Umstead Rd., 27712; 383-1643 

Temple Mrs. C. W. Ethridge, 2714 Sparger Rd., 27705; 383-2260 

Trinity Mrs. Dru Montague, 1913 So Hi Dr., 27703; 596-3778 

University Ms. Catherine Holland, P. O. Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514; 942-2157 

Watts Street Mrs. Virginia Wiggins, 2932 Friendship Rd., 27705; 489-6383 

West Durham Mrs. Mary Byrd, 716 Plum St., 27701; 596-6583 

Westwood Mrs. Jewell King, 1825 Forest Road, 27705; 286-4183 

Yates Ms. Helen Bray, 2522 Alpine Rd., 27707; 493-3739 

Chairmen of Deacons 

Angier Avenue Mr. Manley Johnson, 41 1 Pleasant Dr., 27703; 596-3469 

Bells Mr. Mike Harward, Rt. 2, Apex 27502; 362-8972 

Berea Mr. Mack Vickers, Rt. 3 Box 116, 27713; 544-1464 

Bethesda Mr. Leon Massey, 2619 Ellis Rd., 27703; 596-5388 

Braggtown Mr. Ed Clements, 102 Argonne St., 27704; 477-3518 

Calvary Mr. Don Tice, 3603 Grimes Ave., 27703; 596-7920 

Carrboro Mr. Albert Collier, Rt. 5 Box 381, Chapel Hill 27514; 967-2562 

Cedar Fork Mr. Edwin Couch, Rt. 1 Box 313, Morrisville 27560; 544-7014 

Cheek Heights Mr. James T. Carroll, 1834 E. Geer St., 27704; 682-0728 

Cresset 

Durham Memorial Mr. Crawford Hart, 2710 Wedgedale Ave., 27703; 596-4632 

Ebenezer Mr. Jimmy Thompson, 1419 Bramble Dr., 27712; 471-3659 

Edgemont Mr. Phil Casey, 4210 Sunny Ct., 27705; 383-5605 

Ephesus Mr. Harold Markham, P. O. Box 8938, 27707; 489-1852 

Faith Mr. Charles Glasgow, 14 Folkston Dr., 27704; 682-6223 

Farrington Road Mr. James Williams, 200 Cooper St., Carrboro 27510; 929-4927 

Fieldcrest Mr. Thomas E. Ellis, 3210 Shearbon Dr., 27707; 489-0570 

First Dr. Leland Williams, 2729 Sevier, 27707; 489-8925 

Gorman Mr. Bobby L. Fuller, 2621 Cooksbury Dr., 27704; 688-4800 

Grace Mr. Richard F. Isaacs, P. O. Box 15597, 27704 

Grey Stone Mr. Jack Rigsbee, Box 2803, 27705 

Guess Road Mr. Bob Rummel, 2400 Carver St., 27705; 477-5018 

Holloway Street Mr. Warren Wood, 1403 Evergreen St., 27701; 688-2049 

Homestead Heights 

Hope Valley Mr. Ralph J. Lewter, Rt. 3 Box 266-B, 27713; 5^4-2788 

Immanuel Mrs. Lucy Herndon, 2406 Sparwood Dr., 27705; 383-4854 

Lakewood Mr. Robert E. Moore, 3613 Hope Valley Rd., 27707; 489-9491 

Leesville Road Mr. W. E. Pope, Rt. 6 Box 343-B, Raleigh 27612; 596-9252 

Lowe's Grove Mr. James Barringer, 5808 Lake Elton Rd., 27713; 596-2314 

Lystra 

Mt. Carmel Mr. Robert C. Atwater, Rt. 6 Box 409, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-3937 

Mt. Gilead 

Mt. Hermon Mr. Arthur Collins, 221 1 Sparger Rd., 27705; 383-3305 



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Mt. Moriah Mr. Clyde Carroll, 4814 Erwin Rd., 27705; 489-9333 

iMt. Pisgah Mr. J. E. Booth, Rt. 3 Box 240, Apex 27502; 544-2247 

SOlive Branch Mr. Paul Nance, 3501 Wake Forest Hwy., 27703; 596-5041 

Page Road Mr. Gene Stinnett, 628 Lynn Rd., 27703; 596-8029 

Park View Mr. Jerry Neal, 2613 Cascadilla St., 27704; 471-2462 

Parkwood Mr. Jerry Tew, 7818 Herndon Rd., 27713; 544-1 124 

Plainview 

Red Mountain Mr. A. M. Hall, Jr., Rt. 2 Box 406, Bahama 27503; 477-3774 

Ridgecrest Mr. Rodney Langley, 130 Twin Oaks Dr., 27712; 471-9032 

Rose of Shannon Mr. David Lewis, 328 Fleming Dr., 27712; 383-6285 

Temple 

Trinity Mr. Tony Freeman, 410 Weatherly, 27703; 596-4505 

University Mr. Ted Tysinger, 423 Granville Rd., Chapel Hill 27514 

Watts Street Mrs. Doris McCoy, 3929 St. Marks Rd., 27707; 493-4041 

West Durham Mr. W. L. McAuley, 404 Dupree St., 27707; 682-4254 

Westwood Mr. Alfred Eakes, Sr., 161 1 Delaware Ave., 27705; 286-4541 

Yates Mr. Alfred Dula, 351 1 Westglen, 27705; 489-5437 



Report of Digest of Church Letters 

October 1, 1985 - September 30, 1986 



CHURCH, CHAPEL & MISSION 
MEMBERSHIP: 

1 . Total Number of Churches 

2. Total Membership Reported 

3. Total Added to Membership 

... By Baptism 
... By Letter, etc. 

ORGANIZATION ENROLLMENTS: 

1 . Sunday School 

2. Church Training 

3. Church Music 

4. WMU 

5. Baptist Men 

6. Vacation Bible School 

7. Backyard Bible Clubs 

REPORT OF CHURCH GIFTS, ETC. 

1 . Receipts (Budget & Designated) 

2. Associational Budget Offerings 

3. Cooperative Program 

4. Grand Total Gifts to Missions 

Two churches under watchcare. 



10/1/84 
9/30/85 



51 

30,590 

434 
880 

16,175 
3,601 
3,575 
3,165 
1,280 
4,525 
73 

10,145,423 
118,660 
663,304 
1,230,948 



10/1/85 
9/30/86 



53* 
30,764 

438 
904 

15,992 
3,140 
3,823 
3,297 
1,280 
4,783 
365 

10,480,122 
133,523 
705,191 
1,339,708 



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The 1986 Annual 
of the 

Yates Baptist Association 
is concluded with 
the following Statistical Tables 
for your 

further information and reference. 



Church Membership 94 

Sunday School 96 

Church Training 98 

Church Music 100 

! Woman's Missionary Union 102 

^Baptist Men 104 

Contributions & Receipts 106 

Mission Giving 108 

Special Information 110 



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TABL|_Ai_CHyRCH_MEMBBRSHIP_AND_OTHB 



* County 

Association: 3 Year organized as a church 



YATES 


4 Location 




Medium 


City 


Large City 




1-Open 


Country 


(10 


,000- 


49,000) 


(50 


,000 or n 


State: 


2-Village 


5- 


Downtown 


8- 


Downtown 


NORTH CAROLINA 


3-Town 




6- 


Neighborhood 


9- 


Neighbor! 




4-Small 


City 


7- 


Suburban 


0- 


Suburban 




5 Services held twice on Sunday? (Y/N) 






13 Total Baptisms 














14 Other additions (by letter 


, statement, 


etc. ) 


CHURCHES 


# County 


3 : 


4 : 


5 : 


13 : 


14 ! 


========= 

15! 


ANbitH avenue 


DURHAM 


1889 


9 


Y 


6 


7 


32 


D AUAMA 

BAHAMA 


DURHAM 


1985 


2 


Y 


3 


25 


3 


BELLS 


CHATHAM 


1815 


1 


N 


7 


4 


11 


a Ei tlEi A 


DURHAM 


1856 


1 


Y 


6 


5 


4 




DURHAM 


1884 





Y 


11 


31 


40 


tJriAvjvj 1 UVYIM 


DURHAM 


1938 


9 


Y 


4 


1 


27 


C A T 1/iDV 
b AL V AH I 


DURHAM 


1948 


9 


Y 


6 


11 


29 


u akkjdUHU 


ORANGE 


1902 


5 


Y 


8 


17 


25 


Obi 1 An r OHK 


DURHAM 


1805 


1 


Y 


2 


1 


9 


pnnpi; UC 1 TPUTC 


DURHAM 


1941 


9 


Y 


3 


3 


7 




DURHAM 


1959 





Y 


15 


42 


38 


nilDU AM UUM^DT A T 

UUnHAM MtMOHIAL 


DURHAM 


1853 


9 


Y 


16 


27 


35 


I? Tl 1? M T? 7 I? n 

iLHIiNhZiiH 


ORANGE 


1895 


1 


Y 


6 


22 


28 


n»r\/-1T7t J |/-VXTTl 

h DGhMON 1 


DURHAM 


1902 


9 


Y 


8 


8 


24 


hrHbSUb 


DURHAM 


1891 





Y 





5 


14 


FA I TH 


DURHAM 


1948 


1 


Y 


16 


6 


7 


fAHHlNGlON hOAJJ 


DURHAM 


1979 


7 


Y 





8 


11 


FIELDCREST 


DURHAM 


1965 





Y 


9 


4 


21 


FIRST 


DURHAM 


1845 


8 


Y 


23 


70 


58 ] 


GOOD SAMARITAN 


DURHAM 


1981 


7 


N 











H AnU A AT 


DURHAM 


1916 





Y 


10 


17 


26 


GRACE 


DURHAM 


1907 


9 


Y 


8 


18 


38 


t"~* TT) T? \J CTAMC 

GHb Y b 1 ONh 


DURHAM 


1894 


9 


Y 


31 


83 


68 ; 


GUhais HOAD 


DURHAM 


1945 


9 


Y 


9 


28 


27 


HOLLOWAY blHliJil 


DURHAM 


1941 


9 


Y 


4 


10 


75 


HOMhSihAU HhlbHlts 


DURHAM 


1962 


9 


Y 


24 


112 


34 


HOrb VALLhY 


DURHAM 


1959 




Y 


22 


47 


20 


TKjl?ufAMTlI?T 

IMMANUbL 


DURHAM 


1942 


9 


Y 


5 


2 


26 


LAKfc, WOOD 


DURHAM 


1912 


9 


N 


2 


5 


106 


L li fc, i> V 1 L L fc, KOAl; 


DURHAM 


1985 


1 


Y 


3 


5 


9 


T ^1 f * J 17 C ID r\ \1 T? 

LU Wb a CiHOVc, 


DURHAM 


1909 


6 


Y 





9 


34 


T VCTDA 

L I a 1 HA 


CHATHAM 


1852 


1 


N 


7 


6 


2 


UA TIM T O A D fcil I? T 

MOUNI CAHMllL 


ORANGE 


1803 


1 


N 


7 


9 


2 


MAIIMT pTT n ATT 

MUUIMl (jlLtAD 


CHATHAM 


1824 


1 


N 


7 


9 


9 


MUUIMl nbnMUN 


ORANGE 


1848 


1 


N 


5 


9 


13 




ORANGE 


1823 


1 


Y 


9 


17 


21 


MAIIMT D TC A A II 

MUUN1 r±i>tjAH 


CHATHAM 


1814 


1 


N 


1 


4 


5 


M C TiJ TTDTIC A T TU 

JMbW J tHUa ALbM 


DURHAM 


1984 


9 


N 


2 


3 


9 


/~\ I T tin D D A MPU 

ULlVh bHANOH 


DURHAM 


1875 





Y 


2 


9 


20 


rAUb KOAD 


DURHAM 


1968 


1 


Y 


2 


3 


7 


n » DT/ TI T PU 


DURHAM 


1952 


9 


Y 


12 


11 


12 


r AnKWUUU 


DURHAM 


1969 


7 


Y 


15 


19 


14 


r L A INVlbW 


DURHAM 


1949 


1 


Y 


5 


16 


6 


pun MAIIMTATM 
HJliJ IMUUINIAIIN 


DURHAM 


1881 


1 


Y 


12 


10 


5 


n 1 1J(je.O Kb i> 1 


DURHAM 


1955 





Y 


26 


39 


63 


KUS>b Vr S>HANUiN 


DURHAM 


1879 


1 


Y 


6 


8 


8 


1 tMr Lb 


DURHAM 


1888 


8 


N 


4 


18 


37 


TR I N I T Y 


DURHAM 


1940 


6 


Y 


5 


10 


10 


UNIVERSITY 


ORANGE 


1854 


5 


Y 


12 


10 


6 


WATTS STREET 


DURHAM 


1923 


9 


Y 


1 


11 


19 


WEST DURHAM 


DURHAM 


1892 


6 


Y 











WESTWOOD 


DURHAM 


1950 


9 


Y 


12 


24 


27 


YATES 


DURHAM 


1878 




N 


20 


30 


40 



TOTALS 439 908 1221 24 



-94- 



YE AR END ING 9^30^18 

5 Members lost (by letter, death, statement, etc.) 

6 Present resident members 

j.7 Present nonresident members 
J. 8 Grand total present members 

I No. members received from non-Baptist Churches 

!0 No. members lost to non-Baptist Churches 

!4 Total energy costs 

15 Value of church property 



:6 


Total church 


debt 


at end of 


this associat ional 


year 




18 ! 


19 ! 


20 : 


24! 


25 ! 


26 ! 


CHURCHES 




964 


2 


4 


13377 


?4onnnn 

L TVJ U U U U 


o 


ANGIER AVENUE 




50 


o 








60000 


22500 


BAHAMA 




292 


2 


4 


4561 


83000 


o 


BELLS 




199 


o 





1312 


225000 


o 


BEREA 




1019 


9 


1 


21084 


2500000 


270500 


BETHESDA 




575 


o 


2 


13880 


1750000 


63932 


BRAGGTOWN 




669 





4 


21615 


1290150 


106116 


CALVARY 




928 


o 





15000 


1068209 


8716 


CARRBORO 


5 


255 


o 





5332 


375000 





CEDAR FORK 




316 


o 





4833 


400000 





CHEEK HEIGHTS 




641 


2 





26569 


2483900 


428517 


CRESSET 


I 


959 


4 


4 


22000 


1077200 


5695 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 


3 


654 


o 


2 


15600 


800000 


136112 


EBENEZER 


D 


548 





1 


7211 


800000 





EDGEMONT 


3 


261 





1 


5650 


824000 





EPHESUS 


3 


479 


1 





10076 


452000 





FAITH 


5 


55 





1 


3000 


475000 


53200 


FARRINGTON ROAD 


2 


179 


3 





3648 


321100 


7968 


F IE LDCREST 


3 


2078 


8 


8 


28069 


4360861 


231463 


FIRST 





160 


o 








125000 


85000 


GOOD SAMARITAN 


1 


955 


1 





19184 


900000 


73642 


GORMAN 


5 


961 


3 


2 


22402 


2023646 


o 


GRACE 


4 


2914 


10 


9 


34338 


5000000 


180000 


GREY STONE 


5 


914 


1 


3 


14843 


1130000 


86721 


GUESS ROAD 


6 


573 


o 


7 


8515 


99336 


o 


HOLLOWAY STREET 


4 


820 


4 


3 


14905 


1100000 




HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 


7 


408 


2 


2 


7828 


650000 


68000 


HOPE VALLEY 





377 




1 


6996 


O 1 JUUU 


o 


IMMANUEL 


2 


402 


o 





6000 


*innnnn 

UUUUUU 




LAKEWOOD 


2 


60 







1983 


J.OUUUU 




LEESVILLE ROAD 


3 


579 




1 


10356 


i nnnnnn 

1UUUUUU 


u 


LOWES GROVE 


4 


184 


4 





2948 


•jcnnnn 

UUUUUU 


n 
u 


LYSTRA 


1 


320 


4 





5958 


UUjUUU 


18738 


MOUNT CARMEL 


8 


328 


I 





4341 




u 


MOUNT GILEAD 


8 


501 


1 


1 


6920 




241428 


MOUNT HERMON 





461 


o 


4 


5378 


665000 


o 


MOUNT MORIAH 


5 


274 


1 





4489 




o 


MOUNT PISGAH 


4 


71 


o 








3700 


o 


NEW JERUSALEM 


3 


223 








3335 


500000 


9000 


OLIVE BRANCH 


5 


176 








4814 


300000 


51000 


PAGE ROAD 


5_ 
9 


415 
410 


1 

5 


4 
2 


5700 
15000 


300000 
700000 


31000 
24000 


PARK VIEW 
PARKWOOD 


2 


449 


1 





6000 


350000 





PLAINVIEW 


:o 


445 


4 


1 


50000 


39299 





RED MOUNTAIN 


8 


965 


2 


11 


15975 


1600000 


174464 


RIDGECREST 


15 


424 








10747 


565500 


23275 


ROSE OF SHARON 


'2 


863 


1 


2 


16500 


2151000 





TEMPLE 


[6 


387 





2 


7930 





46686 


TRINITY 


)0 


800 











3000000 


125000 


UNIVERSITY 


lb 


1049 


1 


3 


20800 


2672400 





WATTS STREET 


.0 


427 











300000 


4000 




)4 


418 


7 


1 


9000 


525000 


22000 




10 


930 


1 


5 


15294 


1200000 








)4 


30764 


89 


96 


581296 


52204301 


3378995 


TOTALS 



-95- 



TABLE B^SUND A Y_ SCHOOL 



54 Cradle Roll enrollment (Birth to 2 years) 

55 Preschool enrollment (Birth through 5 years) 

56 Children enrollment (6-11 years or grades 1-6) 

57 Youth enrollment (12-17 years or grades 7-12) 

58 Yng. Ad. enr. -Single (18-29 yrs. or grad.-29 yr 

59 Yng. Ad. enr. -Married (18-29 yrs. or grad.-29 y 

60 Adult enrollment (30-59 years) 

61 Senior Adult enrollment (60 and over) 

62 Adults Away enrollment 

63 Homebound enrollment 



CHURCHES 


54! 


55! 


56: 


57! 


58! 


59! 


60 : 


61 : 


62! 


ANGIER AVENUE 


18 


11 


26 


21 


9 


17 


50 


175 





BAHAMA 





7 


8 


2 








28 








BELLS 


10 


18 


11 


10 


15 


35 


49 


15 





BEREA 





3 


6 


7 


4 


11 


8 


7 





BETHESDA 





47 


63 


72 


14 


32 


141 


97 





BRAGGTOWN 


1 


19 


35 


25 


27 





112 


93 





CALVARY 





32 


53 


29 


15 





138 


64 


14 


CARRBORO 





40 


49 


35 


49 


38 


49 


77 





CEDAR FORK 





17 


15 


25 


7 


12 


39 


37 





CHEEK HEIGHTS 





2 


1 


2 


2 





12 


24 





CRESSET 





51 


31 


59 


33 


24 


105 


31 





DURHAM MEMORIAL 





63 


88 


130 


66 


88 


265 


121 





EBENEZER 





43 


45 


33 


10 


19 


112 


28 





EDGEMONT 





29 


42 


31 





33 


63 


68 





EPHESUS 


o 


3 


8 





5 


7 


5 


53 





FAITH 


o 


27 


43 


37 


17 


17 


62 


31 


1 


FARRINGTON ROAD 


o 


5 


6 


5 





2 


30 


7 





FIELDCREST 


o 


3 


3 


4 


8 





8 


8 





FIRST 


7 


69 


75 


114 


132 


47 


176 


220 





GOOD SAMARITAN 


2 


3 


7 


12 


6 


4 


20 


10 





GORMAN 


2 


55 


67 


96 


77 


78 


148 


156 





GRACE 





31 


50 


41 


30 


41 


133 


128 


6 


GREY STONE 





110 


132 


194 


108 


105 


452 


153 





GUESS ROAD 


10 


25 


33 


36 


28 





178 


54 





HOLLOWAY STREET 





6 


8 


16 


7 


6 


28 


65 





HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 





61 


95 


72 


41 


31 


249 


48 





HOPE VALLEY 


18 


30 


34 


58 





45 


102 


40 





IMMANUEL 





19 


10 


15 


4 


6 


30 


24 





LAKEWOOD 


2 


10 


6 


6 


10 


17 


41 


45 


3 


LEESVILLE ROAD 





15 


15 


7 


7 


10 


21 








LOWES GROVE 





12 


19 


38 


45 


29 


39 


85 





LYSTRA 





6 


7 


7 


7 


4 


14 


17 





MOUNT CARMEL 





23 


23 


14 





20 


49 


21 





MOUNT GILEAD 





22 


16 


25 


11 


36 


33 


35 





MOUNT HERMON 





26 


38 


34 


11 


19 


105 


22 





MOUNT MOR?AH 


3 


22 


19 


24 


17 


18 


30 


55 





MOUNT PISGAH 





18 


32 


17 


8 


19 


37 


29 





NEW JERUSALEM 





3 


9 


12 


9 





26 


10 


4 


OLIVE BRANCH 





1 


9 


12 


7 


9 


4 


33 





PAGE ROAD 





16 


11 


16 


2 


9 


43 


36 





PARK VIEW 





6 


12 


21 








103 


56 





PARKWOOD 





16 


37 


27 





14 


42 


5 





PLAINVIEW 


3 


14 


28 


29 


24 


57 


41 


37 


25 


RED MOUNTAIN 





35 


32 


22 


12 


20 


50 


36 





RIDGECREST 





82 


99 


134 


22 


41 


261 


45 


80 


ROSE OF SHARON 





33 


29 


32 


3 


23 


56 


49 





TEMPLE 





33 


41 


43 


15 


22 


143 


98 


9 


TRINITY 


15 


11 


21 


22 


16 


46 


35 


20 





UNIVERSITY 





10 


10 


10 


10 


35 


75 


50 





WATTS STREET 





34 


39 


30 


10 


10 


129 


142 





WEST DURHAM 





5 


45 


40 


12 


20 


48 


44 





WESTWOOD 





39 


21 


21 


38 





73 


66 





YATES 





59 


78 


53 


63 


31 


248 


163 







TOTALS 


91 


1380 


1740 


1877 


1073 


1207 


4538 


3033 


142 



-96- 



Associat ion : 
YATES 

State: 

NORTH CAROLINA 



YIAR_ENDING_9/30/86 



54 General officers enrollment 

p5 Enrollment of mission(s) of church 

6 Total ongoing Sunday School enrollment 
if;7 Average weekly Sunday School attendance 
(68 Bible Study groups enrollment 
p9 Total enrollment in Bible Study 
|70 Number ethnic Sunday School members 
;j71 Church V.B.S. enrollment 
72 Mission V.B.S. enrollment 



73 B 


ackyard 


Bible 


Club enrollment 










65 : 


66 : 


67 ! 


68! 


69! 


70 : 


71 ! 


72 ! 


73 : 


CHURCHES 





379 


173 





379 





69 








ANGIER AVENUE 





46 


26 





46 














BAHAMA 





165 


84 





165 





113 








BELLS 


10 


64 


38 





64 














BEREA 





478 


262 





478 





230 





40 


BETHESD A 





335 


185 


46 


381 





85 








BRAGGTOWN 





350 


191 





350 





261 








C AL VARY 





384 


176 





384 





136 








CARRBORO 





154 


76 





154 





48 








CEDAR FOHK 


u 


60 


32 





60 














/"I T y T71 T/ IT I? T O TI 'T 1 O 





354 


208 





354 


19 


153 


130 





CRESSET 





850 


268 





850 





210 








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293 


163 





293 





92 








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251 





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111 


120 


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137 

















85 





201 











































































































































































































































































4791 


612 


365 


TOTALS 



-97- 



TAB LE_Ci_CHURCH_ TRAINING 





74 Preschool 


enroll . 


(5 years and under-not 


in scho 


Associat ion : 


75 Children 


enrol line 


nt (6-11 years 


or grades 1-6) 




YATES 


76 Youth enr 


ollment 


(12-17 


years or 


grades 


7-12) 






77 Adult enr 


ollment 


(18 and over) 








State: 


78 Equipping 


Centers 


enrol Intent 








NORTH CAROLINA 


79 N.C.M.T./ 


Survival 


Kit enrollment 










80 MasterLif 


e enroll 


ment 










CHURCHES 


74! 


75 : 


76! 


77! 


78! 


79! 




ANGIER AVENUE 








10 


10 










BAHAMA 






















BELLS 






















BEREA 






















BETHESD A 


10 


14 


12 


37 










BRAGGTOWN 








5 





7 







CALVARY 


12 


28 


16 


24 





10 




CARRBORO 






















CEDAR FORK 





4 


12 





10 







CHEEK HEIGHTS 






















CRESSET 








16 





25 


10 




DURHAM MEMORIAL 


3 


13 


33 


21 










EBENEZER 


28 


16 


20 


33 










EDGEMONT 


3 


6 


10 


12 










EPHESUS 














28 







FAITH 






















FARRINGTON ROAD 






















FIELDCREST 






















FIRST 











74 


25 







GOOD SAMARITAN 






















GORMAN 








28 





26 


6 




GRACE 


8 


19 


10 





18 


2 




GREY STONE 


6 


10 


40 


35 





50 




GUESS ROAD 


5 


10 


13 


46 










HOLLOWAY STREET 














35 







HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 


10 





65 


45 


92 


6 




HOPE VALLEY 














2 


18 




IMMANUEL 






















LAKEWOOD 














78 







LEESVILLE ROAD 






















LOWES GROVE 






















LYSTRA 






















MOUNT CARMEL 

















10 




MOUNT GILEAD 






















MOUNT HERMON 








15 













MOUNT MORI AH 











48 


22 


8 




MOUNT PISGAH 






















NEW JERUSALEM 








1 


26 










OLIVE BRANCH 

















8 




PAGE ROAD 


3 


6 


5 


28 










PARK VIEW 








8 





9 







PARKWOOD 








8 





5 







PLAINVIEW 





8 


12 


25 





1 




RED MOUNTAIN 


19 


7 


23 


48 










RIDGECREST 


15 


35 


41 








17 




ROSE OF SHARON 






















TEMPLE 














62 







TRINITY 











15 










UNIVERSITY 






















WATTS STREET 








30 













WEST DURHAM 











20 





10 




WESTWOOD 

















15 




YATES 

















24 






TOTALS 


122 


176 


433 


547 


444 


195 





-98- 



I?AR_BNDINQ_9^30/86 



81 Other enrollment 

82 Hold File enrollment 

83 General officers enrollment 

84 Enrollment of mission(s) of church 

85 Total Church Training enrollment 

86 Average weekly Church Training attendance 



Mil 82j___ __83i 841 851 861 CHURCHES 















20 


10 


ANGIER AVENUE 




















BAHAMA 




















BELLS 




















BEREA 








3 





76 


73 


BETHESD A 


25 











37 





BRAGGTOWN 








4 





104 


46 


CALVARY 




















CARRBORO 














26 


14 


CEDAR FORK 





12 








12 





CHEEK HEIGHTS 








2 





61 


15 


CRESSET 





120 


4 





194 


60 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 








3 





100 


58 


EBENEZER 


9 


10 


2 





52 


23 


EDGEMONT 





14 


1 





43 





EPHESUS 




















FAITH 




















FARRINGTON ROAD 




















FIELDCREST 














99 


20 


FIRST 




















GOOD SAMARITAN 





5 1 


1 





112 


25 


GORMAN 


bo 


140 


1 





261 


52 


GRACE 


U 


U 


2 





143 


70 


GREY STONE 








1 





75 


65 


GUESS ROAD 














35 


3 1 


HOLLOWAY STREET 


U 


37 








289 


160 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 


n 

u 


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u 


n 
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i n 9 

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c 1 


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n 
u 


u 


u 


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xo 


u 


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95 


15 


LAKEWOOD 


u 


U 


n 
U 


U 








LEESVILLE ROAD 


n 
u 


n 
U 


U 


u 








LOWES GROVE 


u 


1 R 
1 O 


U 


U 


1 8 





LYSTRA 


o ^ 


U 


»7 
/ 


U 


99 





MOUNT CARMEL 


u 


u 


u 


U 








MOUNT GILEAD 


oO 


u 


1 





51 


28 


MOUNT HERMON 


x u 


u 


U 





88 


25 


MOUNT MORIAH 


U 

















MOUNT PISGAH 


on 
ZU 




9 





85 


21 


NEW JERUSALEM 


oU 




1 





69 


30 


OLIVE BRANCH 


4 





2 





48 


23 


PAGE ROAD 














17 


14 


PARK VIEW 














13 


5 


PARKWOOD 








5 





51 


20 


PLAINVIEW 














97 


60 


RED MOUNTAIN 


75 











183 


80 


RIDGECREST 

























18 


3 





83 


48 


TEMPLE 





30 


3 





48 





TRINITY 

















75 










8 





38 


86 
















30 






39 











54 


15 




99 











132 


60 






506 


591 


65 





3140 


1354 


TOTALS 



-99- 



TABLE_Di_MySIC_MINISTRY 





87 


Preschool enrollment 








Associat ion : 


a a 


Younger 


children's enrollment 


(6-8 


years ) 


YATES 


89 


Older children's enrollment (9 


t— > 






90 


Youth enrollment (12- 


17 years) 






State: 


91 


Adult enrollment (18 


and over) 






NORTH CAROLINA 


92 


Handbell 


ringers enrollment 






LHUKLHriS 




87 : 


88 : 


89 : 


90! 


91 ! 


ANGIER AVENUE 




3 


7 


5 


4 


30 


BAHAMA 







o 








8 


BELLS 










o 





16 


BEREA 







6 








20 


BETHESD A 




12 


22 


12 


15 


55 


BRAGGTOWN 




4 





15 





16 


CALVARY 




7 


11 


12 


12 


60 


CARRBORO 




5 


10 


8 


14 


26 


CEDAR FORK 













5 


10 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 
















15 


CRESSET 




15 


15 


10 


45 


45 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 




3 


5 


8 


33 


44 


EBENEZER 




16 


10 


8 


15 


30 


EDGEMONT 




1 1 


3 


9 


10 


20 


EPHESUS 
















10 


FAITH 







15 


5 







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l u 


t 1 fe, LUG Kh S I 










3 


4 


y 


T? T D C T 1 
f 1Kb 1 




15 


18 


25 


35 


a n 


GUUU SAMAHI1AN 







2 


3 


6 


10 


prtnu A XT 




20 


14 


17 


18 


A 9 


GRACE 




14 


12 


21 


16 


•S 1 


UHilY S 1 UN e, 




20 


12 


10 


10 


1 Uo 


U UhSb KUAU 




15 


15 


10 


22 


A f\ 

4U 


HULLUWAY SIKilhl 
















25 


UAUPCTU A n IJ I? T /r T_J TT O 

HUMfc S 1 xl AU HfclUHlS 




19 


31 


26 


40 


82 


tj /"\ D T? WAT T T? V 

HOrh VALLh Y 




15 


12 


13 


35 


3 1 


IMMANUEL 







12 





15 


20 


L AKEWOOD 




7 











28 


LEESVILLE ROAD 







6 








12 


LUWkb GHOVE 




5 





3 


10 


39 


L Y S I HA 







2 


2 


3 


8 


fc4/"*TT\TTT P i nup T 

MUUN1 CAHMEL 







11 


10 


14 


18 


M m r M T n TT r A n 

MUUN 1 G I Lb AU 
















16 


MUUN I HhHMON 
















24 


KA f\ T T \T T UADT ATJ 

MOUN I MUK1 AH 




5 





7 


10 


19 


MOUNT PISGAH 







15 





15 


18 


NFW TPRIF<s A T CM 




2 


3 


4 


7 


9 9 


AT TI7C DDAMPU 










1 


2 


10 


TT A TT r nA 1 n 




12 











20 


PARK VIEW 







3 


8 





35 


PARKWOOD 




5 


5 


7 





10 


PLAINVIEW 




5 





10 


10 


o a 
ca 


RED MOUNTAIN 




4 


7 








CSl 


RIDGECREST 




10 


25 


14 


48 


JO 


n /"\ C" T? /"\ J? c<n A DAX1 

HOSE OF SHAHON 




6 


2 


8 


7 


o O 


TEMPLE 




12 


12 


14 


23 


oe 

co 


TRINITY 
















10 


UNI VIlHb 1 f Y 




5 


10 








HO 


W A lib SI Hhfc I 







12 


7 





on 
OU 


WEST DURHAM 







4 


8 


12 


30 


WESTWOOD 
















26 


YATES 




27 


10 


16 


20 


53 





TOTALS 299 359 339 535 1523 



-100- 



YEAR_ENDING_9Z30/86 



13 Vocal ensembles enrollment 

j4 Instrumental ensembles enrollment 

; 35 General music leaders enrollment 

36 Enrollment of Mission(s) of church 

;37 Total ongoing Music Ministry enrollment 

98 Average weekly Music Ministry attendance 



93 : 


94 ! 


95 : 


96 : 


97 ! 


98 ! 


/"'tITTD/"'III70 







5 





82 


42 


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2 





66 


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1 





1 1 


6 


EPHESUS 








5 





5 9 


20 


FAITH 








3 





1 3 


1 


FARRINGTON ROAD 








2 





18 


12 


FIELDCREST 








10 





154 


112 


FIRST 














2 6 





GOOD SAMAHIIAN 


10 





1 8 





147 


118 


GORMAN 


10 





14 





144 


114 


GRACE 


40 


28 


4 





243 


150 


Grit. Y S 1 ONb 


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126 


85 


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12 


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35 


15 


PAGE ROAD 








4 





50 


31 


PARK VIEW 








4 





31 


15 


PARKWOOD 


6 





5 





65 


35 


PLAINVIEW 








6 





37 


20 


RED MOUNTAIN 


7 





12 





151 


101 


RIDGECREST 








6 





67 


32 










2 





97 


74 


TEMPLE 


I o 





3 





18 


20 


TRINITY 


1 





2 





62 


40 




I 





5 


8 


70 


52 










4 





58 


14 








3 





29 


19 









16 





175 










42 


262 


8 


3785 


2615 


TOTALS 



-101- 



TABLE E: WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 



Associat ion : 
YATES 



State: 

NORTH CAROLINA 



Number_of Organ iz at ions 

99 Mission Friends (5 years and under-not in schd 

100 Girls in Action (6-11 years or grades 1-6) 

101 Acteens (12-17 years or grades 7-12) 

102 Baptist Young Women (18-29 years or grad.-29 yi 

103 Baptist Women (30 and over) 

104 Mission(s) of church 

105 Total number of organizations 



CHURCHES 



99 



100 



101 



102 



103 



104 



ANGIER AVENUE 








1 


1 


1 





BAHAMA 





1 


1 





1 





BELLS 


1 











1 





BEREA 





1 














BETHESDA 


1 


1 








1 





BRAGGTOWN 


1 


1 








1 






CALVARY 

CARRBORO 

CEDAR_FORK 

CHEEK_HEIGHTS 

CRESSET 

DURHAM_MEMORIAL__. 

EBENEZER 

EDGEMONT 

EPHESUS 

FAITH 

EARRINGTON_ROAD__. 

FIELDCREST 

FIRST 

QQOD _ SAMARITAN 

GORMAN 

GRACE 

GREY_STONE 

GUESS_ROAD 

HQ L LOW A Y_ STREET 

HQMESTEAD_HE IGHTS 

HQPE VALLEY 

IMMANUEL 

LAKEWOOD 

LEESVILLE_ROAD 

LQWES_GROVE 

LYSTRA 

MQUNT_CARMEL 

MQUNT_GILEAD 

MQUNT_HERMON 

MQUNT_MORIAH 

MQUNT_PISGAH 

NEW_ JERUSALEM 

OLIVE_BRANCH 

PAGE_ROAD 

PARK_VIEW 

PARKWOOD 

PLAINVIEW 

RED_MOUNTAIN 

RIDGECREST 

BQSE_OF_ SHARON 

TEMPLE 

TRINITY 

UNIVERSITY 

WATTS_STREET 

WEST_DURHAM 

wlSTWOOD 

YATES 



TOTALS 



46 



54 



26 



16 



61 



19 



-102- 



YEAR_ENDINQ_9 < /30^86 



Enrollment 

06 Mission Friends (5 years and under-not in school) 

07 Girls in Action (6-11 years or grades 1-6) 

08 Acteens (12-17 years or grades 7-12) 

09 Baptist Young Women (18-29 years or grad.-29 yrs.) 

10 Baptist Women (30 and over) 

11 WMU officers 

12 Mission(s) of church 

13 Total ongoing WMU enrollment 





107 ! 


108 ! 


109 ! 


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111) i 


1 1 1 ■ 
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g 


o 


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12 


BAHAMA 




o 


o 


o 


3 1 


4 


o 


42 


BELLS 




7 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


7 


BERE A 




25 


o 


o 


50 


5 





95 


BETHESDA 




g 


o 


o 


38 


5 


o 


60 


BRAGGTOWN 




1 1 


g 


o 


18 


8 


5 


56 


CALVARY 




21 


5 


1 1 


50 


5 


o 


125 


CARRBORO 


) 


6 


g 


o 


17 


2 


o 


31 


CEDAR FORK 




o 


o 


o 


22 


1 


o 


23 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 


J 


17 


16 


o 


20 


1 


o 


72 


CRESSET 




21 


14 


12 


25 


4 


o 


103 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 


) 


o 


o 


o 


20 


3 


o 


23 


EBENEZER 




13 


1 1 


o 


41 


4 


o 


80 


EDGEMONT 


) 


o 


o 


o 


1 3 


2 


o 


15 


D r O Ej O U lJ 


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12 


14 


o 


26 


4 


o 


70 


FAITH 


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133 


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15 


27 


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7 — 


12 


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21 


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28 


3 


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53 


g 


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64 


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4 


4 


2 


4 


10 


5 


o 


29 


T.YSTR A 


7 


8 


g 


o 


45 


5 


o 


7 1 


MOUNT PARMFT, 


2 


7 


3 


20 


13 


2 


o 


57 


MOUNT GILEAD 


5 


9 


o 


o 


14 


3 


o 


31 


MOUNT HERMON 





7 


11 


11 


43 


1 


o 


83 


MOUNT MORIAH 


2 


5 


7 


o 


24 


5 


o 


53 


MOUNT PISGAH 














o 


o 


o 





NEW JERUSALEM 





8 


g 


o 


14 


4 


o 


32 


OLIVE BRANCH 


jo 


5 


o 


o 


10 


3 


o 


18 


PAGE ROAD 


6 


10 


2 


45 


8 


6 





77 


PARK VIEW 


























PARKWOOD 


9 


4 


12 


9 


20 


2 





76 


PLAINVIEW 





9 








20 


1 





30 


RED MOUNTAIN 














25 


4 


10 


69 


RIDGECREST 


4 


5 


4 


10 


19 


2 





54 


ROSE OF SHARON 


6 


8 








47 


1 





62 


TEMPLE 


3 


8 





8 


26 


1 





66 


TRINITY 














50 


4 





54 


UNIVERSITY 














48 








48 


WATTS STREET 








14 


20 


34 


10 


140 


218 


WEST DURHAM 








1 


30 


20 


1 





52 




5 


29 








45 


7 





116 






>I3 


443 


215 


240 


1530 


181 


175 


3277 


TOTALS 



-103- 



TABLE_Fi_BR0THERHOOD 



114 Crusaders (6-11 years or grades 1-6) 

115 Pioneers (12-17 years or grades 7-12) 

116 RA Director and committee 

117 Baptist Men enrollment-Basic 

118 Baptist Men enrollment-Prayer 



CHURCHES 


114! 


115 : 


116! 


117! 


ANGIER AVENUE 














BAHAMA 


10 


1 








BELLS 


7 


3 


2 





BEREA 














BETHESDA 


26 





6 


30 


BRAGGTOWN 


7 





2 


25 


CALVARY 


10 


6 





25 


CARRBORO 


11 


3 








CEDAR FORK 


5 


6 


1 


12 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 














CRESSET 


5 


4 


5 





DURHAM MEMORIAL 


8 


12 


4 





EBENEZER 














EDGEMONT 


6 


8 


1 


17 


EPHESUS 














FAITH 


10 


10 


1 





FARR INGTON ROAD 














FIELDCREST 


3 


3 


3 





FIRST 


21 





1 





GOOD SAMARITAN 














GORMAN 


12 





3 





GRACE 


10 


10 








GREY STONE 


12 


5 


1 


22 


GUESS ROAD 











13 


HOLLOWAY STREET 














HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 


20 





2 





HOPE VALLEY 


27 


27 


1 





IMMANUEL 














LAKEWOOD 














LEESVILLE ROAD 


5 


4 


1 





LOWES GROVE 














LYSTRA 














MOUNT CARMEL 


6 


9 


4 


18 


MOUNT GILEAD 


3 


4 


3 


12 


MOUNT HERMON 


6 


2 








MOUNT MORI AH 


7 





2 





MOUNT PISGAH 














NEW JERUSALEM 














OLIVE BRANCH 


3 


2 


1 


10 


PAGE ROAD 


9 











PARK VIEW 














PARKWOOD 











12 


PLAINVIEW 


6 


5 


2 





RED MOUNTAIN 


8 








13 


RIDGECREST 











15 


ROSE OF SHARON 


12 


7 





15 


TEMPLE 


14 








28 


TRINITY 


4 


6 








UNIVERSITY 














WATTS STREET 














WEST DURHAM 














WESTWOOD 














YATES 


24 


2 


1 


22 




TOTALS 


317 


139 


47 


289 



-104- 



Associat ion : 
YATES 

State: 

NORTH CAROLINA 



i YiAR END I NG 9/30/86 

19 Baptist Men enrollment-Mission Action 

il 2 Baptist Men enrollment-Witnessing or Lay Renewal 

1121 Brotherhood director and other gereral Brotherhood Officers 

jl22 Enrollment of mission(s) of church 

jl 2 3 Total ongoing Brotherhood enrollment 





119! 


120: 


121 : 


122: 


123: 


CHURCHES 

















ANGIER AVENUE 








2 





13 


BAHAMA 














12 


BELLS 

















BEREA 


10 


8 


2 





94 


BETHESDA 








2 





36 


BRAGGTOWN 














41 


CALVARY 








1 





15 


CARRBORO 


4 





1 


7 


36 


CEDAR FORK 








1 





1 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 


2 


2 


1 


32 


54 


CRESSET 








1 





25 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 








4 





16 


EBENEZER 








3 





35 


EDGEMONT 

















EPHESUS 














21 


FAITH 

















FARRINGTON ROAD 


1 











9 


FIELDCREST 














22 


FIRST 

















GOOD SAMARITAN 








1 





16 


GORMAN 


i 6 


25 


2 





53 


GRACE 


10 


35 


1 





116 


GREY STONE 








5 





18 


GUESS ROAD 

















HOLLOWAY STREET 














22 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 








1 





56 


HOPE VALLEY 


i 














IMMANUEL 

















LAKEWOOD 














10 


LEESVILLE ROAD 

















LOWES GROVE 


f 25 





1 





26 


LYSTRA 








1 





38 


MOUNT CARMEL 


12 


12 


3 





56 


MOUNT GILEAD 


i 





1 





9 


MOUNT HERMON 








1 





10 


MOUNT MORI AH 

















MOUNT PISGAH 


\ o 














NEW JERUSALEM 








1 


2 


19 


OLIVE BRANCH 








4 


19 


32 


PAGE' ROAD 

















PARK VIEW 


' o 











22 


PARKWOOD 








3 


18 


34 


PLAINVIEW 


L 





1 





22 


RED MOUNTAIN 


18 


15 


2 


20 


85 


RIDGECREST 


11 





2 





52 


ROSE OF SHARON 











16 


58 


TEMPLE 


1 


1 








21 


TRINITY 


" 














UNIVERSITY 


] o 














WATTS STREET 

















WEST DURHAM 


1 





1 


1 


9 




L 8 





4 


1 


62 


YATES 




108 


98 


53 


116 


1276 


TOTALS 



-105- 



5Al|I_Qi_T0TAL_RECEIPTS x _L0CAL_EXP 



21 Number of tithers 

22 Cooperative Prog, goal as % of undesign. receip 

23 Assoc. missions goal as % of undesignated recei 

124 Undesignated gifts, offerings, etc. 

125 Designated gifts, offerings, etc. 

126 Total tithes, all offerings, and special gifts 

127 All other receipts 

128 Total Receipts 



CHURCHES 


21 1 


22! 


23: 


124 : 


125 : 


126 : 


127 : 


1 


ANGIER AVENUE 


157 


31 . 


3 


4. 


5 


O A O A O A 

203980 


1 AT AO A 

107030 


311010 


6800 


3178 


BAHAMA 





2. 





1 . 





16685 


4876 


21561 


3900 


254i 


BELLS 





7. 





3. 





41395 


3249 


44644 





446' 


BERE A 


rf 
1 


1. 





1. 





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2. 





Zoo 100 


l 000/10 


ool / ib 


1 A O 1 C"7 

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ojUo 


U H AUvj 1UWN 


A A 

44 


7. 





2. 


2 


1 QQA CO 


K O O O 

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1 OOCi 

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ri i T ii i ID v 

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10. 





3. 





158743 


39153 


i 17 n c 

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1978! 


C AKKBORO 


135 


13. 





3. 





1 O C rt A 

18Zb94 


O O 

30982 


213676 





2136' 


/"*» t? r\ a T"> t? s\ n tr 

CEDAR FORK 


23 


28. 





3 . 





67233 


23435 


f\ f\ /y /y O 

90668 


913 


9151 


r< TI D D T/ TT171 T n TI fp C 

CHEEK HEIGHTS 


25 


1 . 


6 


. 


7 


12700 


28188 


A A O O O 

40888 





4081 


r* n i? c t? m 

CRESSET 


100 


4 . 





. 


5 


e ey 1 

256221 


22656 


278877 


8779 


28761 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 


75 


15 . 





1 . 





226740 


/I A f? 4 A 

40740 


O i~T A OA 

267480 


52011 


3194! 


EBENEZER 


86 


2 . 





. 


7 


132900 


23100 


156000 





15601 


EDGEMONT 


26 


10 . 





2 . 





102353 


11011 


1 13364 


1384 


1147' 


EPHESUS 


24 


6. 


4 


. 


9 


44684 


5748 


50432 


259 


506! 


FAITH 


65 


9 . 





3 . 





127124 


18819 


145943 





1459' 


FARRINGTON ROAD 


25 


8 . 


5 


2 . 





45215 


15941 


61156 


417 


615 


FIELDCREST 


15 


1 . 


5 


. 


1 


25529 


1318 


26847 





268' 


FIRST 


180 


1 1 . 





1 . 


5 


431332 


130579 


561911 


20447 


5823i 


GOOD SAMARITAN 





. 





. 





1147 


21130 


22277 





222' 


GORMAN 


209 


6. 


8 


1 . 


6 


289046 


92380 


381426 


8184 


3896! 


GRACE 


225 


12 . 





2 . 





294790 


168454 


463244 


194360 


6576( 


GREY STONE 


600 


. 





. 





623000 


180000 


O A O A A A 

803000 


O IT A A A A 

250000 


105301 


GUESS ROAD 


174 


14 . 





3 . 





216985 


33144 


250129 





2501! 


HOLLOWAY STREET 


50 


5 . 








1 


84305 


12844 


97149 


1000 


981' 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 


125 


15 . 





1 





3olb4b 


50536 




6943 




HOPE VALLEY 


62 


10 . 





2 





155867 




t An 


rt 
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Zoo I'. 


IMMANUEL 


48 














84553 


6853 


91406 


8664 


1 nnn' 
1 (JUL) 


LAKEWOOD 


45 


6 





2 





101540 


9035 


110575 





1 inc 
1 1UO 


LEESVILLE ROAD 


12 


11 


5 


3 


5 


40232 


53354 


93586 


3418 


9701 


LOWES GROVE 


35 


16 


6 


3 


1 


116832 


23748 


140580 


1915 


14245 


LYSTRA 


20 


7 





1 





27981 


19361 


47342 


3063 


504( 


MOUNT CARMEL 


98 


10 





2 


5 


72075 


39599 


1 11674 


rt 
U 


x L lb 


MOUN1 GILEAD 


76 


10 





2 





68871 


11087 


79958 


onon 
<3 (D3 


007/ 


MOUN1 HERMON 


37 


22 


5 


4 





i rt rt c rt 


56980 


lO 1 ZdU 


OQCft 

zyou 


1 bU it 


MOUNT MORI AH 


35 


1 








5 


97079 


24800 


121879 


11611 


1334J 


MOUNT PISGAH 


14 


14 





2 





54883 


7357 


62240 


89 


623! 


NEW JERUSALEM 


67 














31122 


10131 


41253 


3500 


447f 


OLIVE BRANCH 


3 


10 





2 





46333 


6597 


52930 





con' 

ozy 1 


PAGE ROAD 


45 


10 





2 


5 


67326 


3901 


71227 





7125 




30 


4 





1 


2 


104571 





104571 


2423 


10139! 




20 


3 


5 


1 





93911 


7759 


101670 





1016' 






4 





?, 





120901 


53628 


174529 





1745: 


RED MOUNTAIN 

RIDGECREST 

ROSE OF_SHARON 


4343 
97 
65 
55 


1 
5 
6 
8 


.0 
.0 
.0 
4 


55 
1 
3 
? 


8 
. 
. 
.4 


57648 
342277 
113124 
218248 


7201 
88634 
33281 
55436 


64849 
430911 
146405 
273684 


265 


121554 
6045 


651 
4309 
2679! 
2797- 







7 


, 


3 


, 


77230 


3783 


81013 





810 







10 


, 


1 


. 
















WATTS STREET 

WEST_DURHAM 

WESTWOOD 




40 




10 


. 
.0 
. 3 





2 


.0 
.0 
.6 


215619 
55000 
123500 
354455 


35649 
35000 
14000 
55911 


251268 
90000 
137500 
410366 


14412 
11000 
500 
221919 


2656 
1010 
1380 
6322 





TOTALS 7858 7378056 1986805 9364861 1125001 1048981 



Association : 
YATES 

State: 

NORTH CAROLINA 



-106- 



YBAR_ENDING_9^30^|6 



129 Money borrowed during the year 

130 Church staff salaries 

131 Money paid out on new construction during the year 

132 Debt retirement during the year 

133 Church literature 

134 All other local expenditures 

135 Total local expenditures 



129 ! 


130 ! 


131 ! 


132 : 


133 : 


134 ! 


135 : 


CHURCHES 


o 


1 15539 


60600 


o 


2212 


60674 


239025 


ANGIER AVENUE 


000 


6975 


o 


4750 


1357 


5162 


18244 


BAHAMA 


o 


23347 


o 


o 


2413 


27903 


53663 


BELLS 


o 


5720 


o 


o 


550 


10880 


17158 


BEREA 


o 


78640 


14489 


52489 


15201 


219321 


380140 


BETHESDA 


o 


92577 


o 


10800 


6324 


5262 1 


162322 


BRAGGTOWN 


o 


41634 


o 


28327 


4302 


59977 


134240 


CALVARY 


o 


64524 


15000 


o 


5788 


224330 


309642 


CARRBORO 


o 


18764 


o 


o 


1242 


26635 


46641 


CEDAR FORK 


o 


17563 


o 





1000 


6923 


25486 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 





93668 


55821 


72118 


15706 


61454 


298767 


CRESSET 


o 


115049 


o 


3727 


9600 


34350 


162726 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 


300 


58959 





38634 


3000 


58707 


159300 


EBENEZER 





38949 








4170 


42578 


85697 


EDGEMONT 





24627 








1557 


16096 


42280 


EPHESUS 





44335 








2800 


55500 


58300 


FAITH 





17747 





16807 


437 


10377 


45368 


FARRINGTON ROAD 





13768 


5890 


3162 


477 


1372 


24669 


FIELDCREST 


000 


206901 


154570 


42000 


11100 


187603 


602174 


FIRST 


000 


8000 





8400 


800 





17200 


GOOD SAMARITAN 


000 


107952 





75208 


11226 


122999 


317385 


GORMAN 





122027 


62610 





5873 


395027 


585537 


GRACE 





240000 


500000 


20000 


25000 


165451 


950451 


GREY STONE 





76067 





39902 


10765 


59490 


186224 


GUESS ROAD 





60757 








2881 


20381 


84019 


HOLLOWAY STREET 


408 


120860 


19805 


85384 


23838 


102249 


352136 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 





52301 





19488 


3200 


52470 


127459 


HOPE VALLEY 





52307 





1068 


1803 


21687 


76865 


IMMANUEL 





36203 





9500 


2265 


48993 


96961 


LAKEWOOD 





10038 





14330 


1652 


12078 


38098 


LEES V I LLE ROAD 





33562 








2135 


77383 


1 13080 


LOWES GROVE 





16000 


10978 


1326 


733 


1045 


30082 


LYSTRA 


200 


33806 





2975 


3455 


33067 


73305 


MOUNT CARMEL 





23875 








3400 


30903 


58178 


MOUNT GILEAD 





42540 





44333 


3018 


40357 


130428 


MOUNT HERMON 





48661 








2852 


27879 


79392 


MOUNT MORI AH 





30112 








2299 


17106 


495 17 


MOUNT PISGAH 





1200 





o 


803 


6645 


8648 


NEW JERUSALEM 





18944 





9370 


1103 


10057 


39474 


OLIVE BRANCH 





22791 





12000 


3530 


16531 


54852 


PAGE ROAD 





46355 





9300 


1659 


3395L 








47163 





15810 


1905 


37527 


102405 







44966 





13480 


4898 


12709 


76053 







19264 





18437 


1980 


20210 









156939 





46800 


10928 


41391 


256058 







45226 





8532 


2211 


162087 









115687 








7718 


68533 






5100 


23936 





24195 


3862 


5950 






























108413 








5800 


__IQ6165_ 


__?20378 


-WATTS STREET 


3000 


39000 


2000 


10000 


20000 











75980 





10320 


7111 











133365 





30000 


14492 











^008 3093585 901763 802972 284431 3382901 8573505 TOTALS 



-107- 



TABLE H: MISSION EXPENDITURES 



Association : 
YATES 



State: 

NORTH CAROLINA 



Church_Sgonsored_Missions 

136 Money paid out on new const, during the year 

137 All other church sponsored mission expenditures 

138 Total church sponsored mission expenditures 

139 Cooperative Program 
Q|h?r_Mission_Cause_Expenditures 





140 
141 


Associat ional missions program 
State missions 






fUTTTBCHRS 

vaunv/iiuo 


136 ! 


137! 


138: 


139: 


140! 


141 : 


X 


ANGIER AVENUE 


o 








64027 


9136 


1132 


2] 


BAHAMA 


o 








302 


199 


100 




BELLS 


o 








2850 


1222 


882 


1C 


BEREA 











208 


201 





] 


BETHESDA 


2500 





2500 


25828 


4597 





17 


BRAGGTOWN 











13500 


4050 


2991 


42 


CALVARY 











13041 


4791 


1378 


6 


CARRBORO 











26047 


5963 


7455 


5] 


CEDAR FORK 











20298 


2175 


380 


56 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 











600 


250 


185 


2 


CRESSET 











6000 


1425 


57 


22 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 











34800 


1400 


1000 


25 


EBENEZER 











3000 


900 


52 


7 


EDGEMONT 











8143 


1493 


1242 


16 


EPHESUS 











4750 


713 


310 


5 


FAITH 











9419 


3139 


1052 


4 


FARRINGTON ROAD 











4564 


1304 


652 


1 


FIELDCREST 











425 


260 





2 


FIRST 


o 








52525 


6470 


4384 


45 


GOOD SAMARITAN 


o 








260 


250 


o 




GORMAN 


o 








19457 


5000 


2510 


22 


GRACE 


o 








31334 


4447 


1980 


31 


GREY STONE 


o 








62250 


10920 


900 


IS 


GUESS ROAD 


o 








24290 


5255 


599 


23 


HOLLOWAY STREET 


o 








1902 


290 


1668 


10 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 


o 








57377 


3817 


3562 


28 


HOPE VALLEY 


o 








13295 


2659 


582 


14 


IMMANUEL 


o 








3489 


401 


1032 


15 


LAKEWOOD 


o 








5710 


1903 


2557 


2 


LEESVILLE ROAD 


o 








4214 


1322 


300 


3 


LOWES GROVE 


o 








17875 


3791 


966 


19 


LYSTRA 


11178 





11178 


1850 


175 


230 


7 


MOUNT CARMEL 


o 








7398 


1584 


o 


10 


MOUNT GILEAD 


o 








5136 


984 


1382 


18 


MOUNT HERMON 


o 








18989 


3700 


288 


8 


MOUNT MORI AH 


o 








3000 


2062 


157 


4 


MOUNT PISGAH 


o 








7548 


1126 


438 


6 


NEW JERUSALEM 














200 







OLIVE BRANCH 











4518 


944 


110 


5 


PAGE ROAD 





304 


304 


6723 


1583 


10 


6 


PARK VIEW 


o 








3899 


1250 


950 


10 


PARKWOOD 


o 








2598 


742 





1 


PLAINVIEW 











7707 


3447 





16 


RED MOUNTAIN 











1800 


500 


175 


3 


RIDGECREST 











11750 


3375 


2655 


23 


ROSE OF SHARON 











6731 


3076 


850 


10 


TEMPLE 











23100 


4075 


1970 


30 


TRINITY 











5386 


2407 


450 


8 


UNIVERSITY 














1000 







WATTS STREET 





12214 


12214 


7335 


3300 


500 


6 


WEST DURHAM 














2000 


2000 


20 


WESTWOOD 











13600 


2000 


2450 


20 


YATES 











33965 


6287 


1202 


36 



TOTALS 



13678 12518 



26196 704813 135560 55725 



799 



-108- 



YBAR_BNDINQ_9/30^SS 

142 SB Home Missions (incl. Annie Armstrong Easter offering) 

143 SB Foreign Missions (incl. Lottie Moon Christmas offering) 

144 SB Christian education (schools, ect.) 

145 SB Children's homes (cash plus goods) 

146 SB Hospitals 

147 SB Homes for the aged 

148 All other (Bible Society, Temperance League, etc.) 

149 Total other mission cause expenditures 



150 


Grand Total Mi 


ss ion 


expenditures 


========= 


:========: 


==================== 


143: 




144 ! 




145 : 


146! 




147 ! 




148 : 


149: 


150! 


CHURCHES 


3005 


25 


268 


268 


268 


10277 


29519 


93546 


ANGIER AVENUE 


190 

















532 


1033 


BAHAMA 


1 905 





400 








75 


4537 


7387 


BELLS 


175 





40 


40 


a rt 


Lot 


808 


1016 


BEREA 


r217 














140 


13661 


41989 


BETHESD A 


1913 





10 








213 


16422 


29922 


BRAGGTOWN 


J796 


200 


200 


200 


200 


1405 


13048 


26089 


CALVARY 


230 

















18836 


44883 


CARRBORO 


7410 








253 


200 


708 


16744 


37042 


CEDAR FORK 


332 

















1030 


1630 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 


7900 


250 


300 





300 


19222 


31721 


37721 


CRESSET 


5620 

















11573 


46373 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 


1688 














842 


4259 


7259 


EBENEZER 


2681 








408 





617 


8110 


16253 


EDGEMONT 


L295 








60 





430 


3371 


8121 


EPHESUS 


2524 

















7128 


16547 


FAITH 


r 910 











205 


205 


3071 


7635 


FARRINGTON ROAD 


,349 

















838 


1263 


FIELDCREST 


4881 














2600 


32871 


85396 


FIRST 





u 


u 





ft 

u 


u 


250 


510 


GOOD SAMARITAN 


8240 


u 


Do 1 


667 


bob 


1 7R1 7 

1 / b I / 


47626 


67083 


GORMAN 


8007 


rt 
u 


OHO 





u 


LHH I u 


42391 


73725 


GRACE 


9000 


on 


a rt 


20 


U 


U 


22700 


84950 


GREY STONE 


4630 


u 


ft 





u 


u 


12828 


37118 


GUESS ROAD 


1909 


n 


n 
u 





n 
u 


u 


4943 


6845 


HOLLOWAY STREET 


5730 


u 


ft 





n 
u 


1 QCl 

laOl 


17876 


75253 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 


£695 


o 


476 








352 


8166 


21461 


HOPE VALLEY 


2149 


o 


o 





o 


589 


5685 


9174 


IMMANUEL 


§509 




u 







O 1 Q7 


9449 


15159 


LAKEWOOD 


687 


u 


u 





u 


U 


2674 


6888 


LEES V I LLE ROAD 


2963 


u 


i on 

1 £ U 


735 


u 


Q 


10540 


28415 


LOWES GROVE 


1054 





865 


380 


265 


349 


4048 


17076 


LYSTRA 


1524 

















4195 


11593 


MOUNT CARMEL 


2961 


u 


ft 
u 





u 


U 


7226 


12362 


MOUNT GILEAD 


2723 


n 

u 


so 


93 


aH 


/ JO 


8619 


27608 


MOUNT HERMON 


1734 














300 


4731 


7731 


MOUNT MORI AH 


845 


u 




133 


U 





3174 


10722 


MOUNT PISGAH 





ft 

u 


U 





V 





200 


200 


NEW JERUSALEM 


1571 


U 


u 











3148 


7666 


OLIVE BRANCH 


2301 


U 


U 


253 





135 


4924 


11951 


PAGE ROAD 


1450 














322 


4972 


8871 


PARK VIEW 
















449 


2471 


5069 


















829 













777 


175 


175 











2205" 
4248" 









800 





600 
729 




800 



10430 
110 
3838 


30848 
9467 


42598 
16198 


RIDGECREST 
_ROSE OF SHARON 










35 













1435" 




1565 













_2?000_ 


__30000_ 


___30000_ 


.UNIVERSITY 




































































5416 


5049 


3213 


134868 


607259 


1338467 


TOTALS 



-109- 



TAB LB_I|SPBO I AL_ INFORMATION 



Association 
YATES 



State: 

NORTH CAROLINA 



28 No. church-type missions started during the ye 

29 No. church-type missions currently operating 

30 No. other-type missions started during the yea 

31 No. other-type missions currently operating 

32 No. New Sunday School members 

33 No. serving in a mission evangelism project 

34 ($) Annie Armstrong Offering 

35 No. of church vocations volunteers 

36 N=none R=radio TV=TV B=both 

37 No. in Sunday School but not church member 



CHURCHES 


28! 


29: 


30 : 


31 ! 


32! 


33! 


34! 


35! 


36! 


ANGIER AVENUE 














9 





2140 





N 


BAHAMA 














10 





242 





N 


BELLS 














11 





1053 





N 


BEREA 














10 





125 





N 


BETHESD A 














68 








3 


T 


BRAGGTOWN 














9 





4245 





N 


CALVARY 














29 





879 





N 


CARRBORO 


























N 


CEDAR FORK 




















5618 





N 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 














2 





263 





N 


CRESSET 














104 


45 


1717 





R 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 











3 


53 





2553 





N 


EBENEZER 














38 





777 





N 


EDGEMONT 














26 





1669 





N 


EPHESUS 














7 





563 





N 


FAITH 














52 


45 


440 





N 


FARRINGTON ROAD 














14 











N 


FIELDCREST 














8 





229 





N 


FIRST 











7 


133 





4536 





N 


GOOD SAMARITAN 


























N 


GORMAN 














34 





2259 


3 


N 


GRACE 














20 





3142 


2 


T 


GREY STONE 














134 


19 


2041 


2 


R 


GUESS ROAD 














50 





2344 


3 


N 


HOLLOWAY STREET 














17 





1076 





N 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 














88 





2816 





R 


HOPE VALLEY 














61 


15 


1402 





N 


IMMANUEL 














2 





1514 





N 


LAKEWOOD 














5 





283 


1 


N 


LEESVILLE ROAD 














10 





365 





N 


LOWES GROVE 














9 





1963 





N 


LYSTRA 











2 


4 





615 


1 


N 


MOUNT CARMEL 














28 





1087 





N 


MOUNT GILEAD 




















1899 





N 


MOUNT HERMON 




















892 





N 


MOUNT MORIAH 











1 


15 





478 


2 


N 


MOUNT PISGAH 














6 





617 





N 


NEW JERUSALEM 


























N 


OLIVE BRANCH 














12 





523 





N 


PAGE ROAD 














5 





577 





N 


PARK VIEW 














1 





1000 


4 


N 


PARKWOOD 








1 





11 





188 





N 


PLAINVIEW 














86 





1800 





N 


RED MOUNTAIN 











2 


18 


1 





1 


R 


RIDGECREST 














65 


13 


2388 


1 


N 


ROSE OF SHARON 














18 





1025 





N 


TEMPLE 














38 


1 


3041 





T 


TRINITY 




















800 





N 


UNIVERSITY 





5 














1500 


5 


N 


WATTS STREET 











1 


18 


15 


469 





N 


WEST DURHAM 


























N 


WESTWOOD 














64 





1855 


1 


N 


YATES 














60 





3487 


2 


N 




TOTALS 





5 


1 


16 


1462 


154 


70495 


31 





-110- 



38 College student baptisms 

39 Baptisms from Good News America revivals 

40 Sunday morning worship service attendance 

Does church_have A _observe A _plan A _use x _et 

41 Library 46 Home mission study 50 Expanded Annuity Plan 

42 Weekly workers mtg. 47 Foreign mission study 51 Pub. written history 

43 family Min. emphasis 48 PGG Church Event 52 Specific educ. 

44 Bapt. Doctrine Study 49 RA Week 53 State paper in bud. 

45 BMT prayer activities 



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N 


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d An AM A 






















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N 


N 


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N 


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N 


N 


N 


N 


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Y 


N 


N 


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N 


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N 


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Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


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Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


UftLVftn I 










Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


\j Art HDUitu 


















N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


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40 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


OHIlhK HllHinlo 










Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


C Kb fc> shl 






295 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 






189 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


EBENEZER 






108 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


EDGEMONT 







52 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


EPHESUS 




1 


325 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


FAITH 







35 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


FARR I NGTON ROAD 







40 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


FIELDCREST 




3 


553 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


FIRST 










N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


GOOD SAMARITAN 




. 2 


265 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


GORMAN 




3 


350 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


JM 


GRACE 






678 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


GREY STONE 







300 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


GUESS ROAD 







200 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y_ 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


HOLLOWAY STREET 


— 












Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


HOMESlhAU HhlUHlb 
















Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


HUrt V A L liti I 







130 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 




1 MM AIM U Ei L 














Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


L AKEWOOD 


















N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


LEhSVlLLc. KUAU 










N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


LOWES bHUVt 












N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


L Y S 1 KA 






170 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


MOUN1 LAHMtlL 






120 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


MOUNT GILEAD 






153 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


MOUNT HERMON 







100 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


MOUNT MORIAH 







90 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


MOUNT PISGAH 






65 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


NEW JERUSALEM 







60 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


OLIVE BRANCH 







50 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


d app or»An 


) 


6 


109 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


PARK VIEW 




6 


92 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


PARKWOOD 







193 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


PLAINVIEW 







126 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


RED MOUNTAIN 


1 - 


3 


450 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


RIDGECREST 


5- 





145 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


ROSE OF SHARON 







200 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


TEMPLE 







50 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


TRINITY 







800 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


UNIVERSITY 







375 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


WATTS STREET 










N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


WEST DURHAM 


l 





165 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


WESTWOOD 







280 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


YATES 



44 10509 TOTALS 



-111- 



EDMONDS PRINTING CO. • LAWRENCEVILLE, VA 



Yates 
Baptist Association 

North Carolina 



IJ±LASigCIAI]ON: 

CHURCHES GROWING TOGETHER 




Thirty-ninth 
Annual Session 
1987 



Yates 
Baptist 
Association 



4800 Garrett Road 
Durham, North Carolina 27707 
Telephone: 919-489-339G 



Thirty-ninth Annual Session 



1987 



Held with West Durham Baptist Church, Monday evening, October 26, 1987; 
Homestead Heights Baptist Church, Tuesday morning, October 27, 1987; 
and Red Mountain Baptist Church, Tuesday evening, October 27, 1987. 

Next session held with Carrboro Baptist Church, Monday evening, October 24, 1988; 
First Baptist Church, Tuesday morning, October 25, 1988; 
and Gorman Baptist Church, Tuesday evening, October 25, 1988. 



Preacher: Dr. Charles H. Harris, First Baptist Church 
Alternate: Dr. Thomas W. Downing, University Baptist Church 
Guest Speakers: Oren Bradley and Carolyn Weatherford 



1 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Associate/Assistant Pastors 98 

Board Members 7 

Brotherhood Officers 13 

Budget 85 

Calendar 15 

Church Brotherhood Directors 114 

Church Clerks 118 

Church Deacon Chairmen 120 

Church Media Center/ Library Directors 106 

Church Music Directors 99 

Church Pastors 96 

Church Secretaries 102 

Church Sunday School Directors 108 

Church Training Directors 110 

Church Training Officers 13 

Church Treasurers 116 

Church Woman's Missionary Union Directors 112 

Committees (1987-88) 10 

Constitution and Bylaws 29 

Digest of Church Letters 122 

Directory of the Association 7 

Employees 7 

Financial Statement 79 

General Board Members of the Baptist State Convention 7 

Historical Table 123 

History of Holloway Street Baptist Church 88 

History of Immanuel Baptist Church 89 

In Memoriam 92 

Key to Church Abbreviations 9 

Meals for Associational Annual Meeting and WMU Annual Meeting 90 

Ministers Licensed During the Year 106 

Ministers of Education 98 

Ministers of Recreation 102 

Ministers of Youth 101 

Ministers Ordained During the Year 105 

Music Council 14 

Officers of the Association 7 

Ordained Ministers 103 

Proceedings of the Annual Meeting 36 

Report of the General Board 91 

Senior Adult Officers 14 

"Singles 30-50" Officers 13 

"Singles Over 50" Officers 14 

Sunday School Officers 13 

TACMO Officers 13 

Woman's Missionary Union Officers 14 

Yates Baptist Association Churches 94 

Years for Publishing Church Histories 89 

COMMITTEE AND ORGANIZATION REPORTS: 

Annual Meeting Committee 1 

Association Board 50 

Audit Committee 75 

Auditor 76 

Brotherhood 54 

Camp Committee 58 



3 



Church Media Center/ Library (TACMO) 57 

Church Training 53 

Community Ministries Committee 58 

Constitution Committee 59 

Deacons Committee 61 

Director of Church and Community Ministries 70 

Director of Missions 68 

Evangelism Committee 61 

Missions Committee 62 

Music Council 56 

Olympic Sports Festival Intern 73 

Ordinations Committee 63 

Personnel Committee 63 

Public Relations Committee 64 

Senior Adults 65 

"Singles 30-50" 65 

"Singles Over 50" 66 

Stewardship Committee 66 

Sunday School 52 

Woman's Missionary Union 54 

Youth Advisory Committee 67 

STATISTICAL TABLES: 

Church Membership and Other Information 126 

Sunday School 128 

Church Training 130 

Music Ministry 132 

Woman's Missionary Union 134 

Brotherhood 136 

Total Receipts, Local Expenditures & Stewardship 138 

Mission Expenditures 140 

Special Information 142 



4 





KOLLOWAY STREET BAPTIST CHURCH 



5 



IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH 
6 



DIRECTORY OF THE ASSOCIATION 
1987-88 





-Mr. Frank Shipp 


#7 Galaxy Ct. 


27705 


HS 


688- 


6871 


Vice Moderator 


Rev. Ernest Ferrell 


1914 S. Miami Blvd. 


27703 


BA 


596- 


2158 


Clerk 


Miss Lois King 


2513 Sparger Road 


27705 


MH 


383- 


1136 


Treasurer 


Mr. Billy Judd 


501 Hugo Street 


27705 


FI 


477- 


3528 


Parliamentarian 


Rev. Mac Bare 


2031 W. Club Blvd. 


27705 


WW 


286- 


1593 


Pastors at Large 


Dr. James Murphy 


6900 Garrett Road 


27707 


HV 


493- 


1809 




Rev. Joe Zimmerman 


Rt. 3 Box 216, Apex 27502 


MP 


362- 


7951 



GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 
THE BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 



Rev. Jerry E. Harper, Sr. 
Rev. Crate H. Jones 



Rt. 1, Box 388 
3106 Appling Way 



27705 
27709 



MH 
A 



383-2982 
596-6619 



ASSOCIATION EMPLOYEES 



Director Marvin B. Settle, Jr. 

Church/Comm. Min. Faye Oakley Bassett 
Admin. Assistant Martie McMahon 
Office Secretary Saundra Stallings 
Camp Caretaker Dale H. Baker 
Resource Center 



5613 


Centennial 


27712 


477- 


3416 


3607 


Cole Mill Rd. 


27712 


383- 


6432 


7822 


Fawnbrook, Hillsb. 


27278 


477- 


9704 


2515 


Rolling Pines Ave. 


27703 


596- 


7433 


Route 6, Box 181 


27703 


596- 


6689 


4800 


Garrett Road 


27707 


489- 


•3396 



BOARD MEMBERS 



Angier Avenue 

Bahama 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 

Calvary 

Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 



Cheek Heights 
Cresset 

Durham Memorial 

Ebenezer 

Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Faith 

Farrington Road 



Mr. Manley Johnson 
Mr. Paul E. Watkins 



411 Pleasant Drive 27703 596-3469 
2424 S. Alston Ave. 27713 596-2690 



Mr./Mrs. Percy Howard Rt. 1, Pittsboro 27312 542-2763 

Mr./Mrs. Mack Vickers Rt. 3, Box 116 27713 544-1464 

Mr./Mrs. Lunsford Williams 4424 Angier Ave. 27703 596-4327 

Mr. Ralph Cooke 2423 W. Club Blvd. 27705 286-3936 

Mr. Robert Holleman 1514 Hermitage Ct. 27707 489-3263 

Mrs. Emma Daniel 619 Lynn Road 27703 596-5287 

Mrs. Dorothy Christian 205 Pleasant Dr. 27703 596-6862 



Mr. W. C. Cole lough 



Mr. 
Mr. 
Mr. 
Mr. 
Mr. 
Mrs. 



Ralph Green 
Ed Wood 
Ira Pate 
Bob Tarpley 
Fletcher King 
Ha lee n Gwaltney 



Mr. Bobby Riley 

Mr. Gus Riley 

Mr. Rone Davis 

Mr. Richard Conover 

Mrs. Mildred Markham 

Mrs. Nancy Hayes 

Mr. James Williams 

Mr. Larry Giles 



Rt. 1, Box 329 
Morrisville 
5824 Williamsburg 
1130 Midland Terr. 
1111 Midland Terr. 
5314 Beaumont 
339 Chandler Rd. 
2616 Wedgedale Ave 
Rt. 2, Box 524-A 
Rt. 2, Box 519 
2718 Ashe 
2911 Fawn Ave. 
P. 0. Box 8938 
3911 Garrett Rd. 

200 Cooper St. 
Chapel Hill 
P. 0. Box 2051 
Chapel Hill 



27560 544- 
27713 544- 
27704 682- 

27704 682- 
27707 489- 
27703 596- 
27703 596- 

27705 383- 
27705 383- 
27703 596- 
27705 471- 
27707 489- 
27707 489- 



2477 
1103 
8068 
2315 
1915 
8040 
7519 
1352 
3155 
4471 
2406 
8769 
7209 



27514 929-4927 



27514 967-8087 



7 



Fieldcrest 


Mr. Thomas Ellis 


3210 Sherbon Dr. 


27707 


489- 


0570 




Mr. Marvin Byrd 


3403 Summer lin Rd. 


27704 


688- 


2445 


First 


Mr. /Mrs. Floyd Rhodes 


3505 Dixon Rd. 


27707 


489- 


3509 


Good Samaritan 












Gorman 


Mrs. Lynda Glenn 


5601 Sky Lane Dr. 


27704 


688- 


3366 




Mr. Robert Thornton 


Rt. 1, Box 13 












Bahama 


27503 


477- 


8075 


Grace 


Mr. Garland Weathers 


1712 Hillcrest Dr. 


27705 


286- 


1531 




Mr. Gary Carver 


4012 Chaucer Dr. 


27705 


477- 


7687 


Grey Stone 


Mrs. Ernestine Sink 


Rt. 1, Box 167 


27705 


489- 


■7567 




Mr. Travis Clements, Sr. 


3205 Sprunt Ave. 


27705 


383- 


1218 


Guess Road 


Mr. Ed Goehring 


2215 Charlotte St. 


27705 


477- 


2451 




Mr. J. A. Moore 


3516 Guess Rd. 


27705 


477- 


■3454 


Holloway Street 


Mr. /Mrs. Howard Harris 


424 Belmont St. 


27703 


596- 


•5601 


Homestead Heights 












Hope Valley 


Mr. /Mrs. George Cooke 


4212 Hope Vail. Rd 


27707 


489- 


■8470 


Immanuel 


Mr. Edgar Morgan 


3800 Hilgrande Cir. 


27705 


383- 


1461 




Mrs. Lucy Hern don 


2406 Sparwood Dr. 


27705 


383- 


•4854 


Lakewood 


Mr. F. A. Ward, Jr. 


1906 James St. 


27707 


489- 


•2225 




Ms. Lucille K. Ward 


1906 James St. 


27707 


489- 


•2225 


Leesville Road 


Mr. / Mrs . J ames Harris 


Rt. 4, Box 38 7- A 


27703 


596- 


■5185 


Lowe's Grove 


Mr. Paul Dismuke 


3616 S. Alston Ave. 


27713 


596- 


1360 




Mrs. Margaret Dismuke 


3616 S. Alston Ave. 


27713 


596- 


1360 


Lystra 












Mount Carmel 


Mr. Martin Sparrow 


Rt. 7, Box 507 












Chapel Hill 


27514 


933- 


•7961 




Mrs. Jean Atwater 


Rt. 6, Box 409 












Chapel Hill 


27514 


933- 


■3937 


Mount Gilead 


Mr. /Mrs. Charles Cook 


Fearrington Post 279 










Pittsboro 


27312 


542- 


-2523 


Mount Hermon 


Mr. Marvin Couch 


5425 Old Hillsb. Rd 


27705 


383- 


-1484 




Mrs. Ned J. Smith 


4617 Pinedale Dr. 


27705 


383- 


-4381 


Mount Moriah 


Mr. Robert Gooch 


2012 WaWa Ave. 


27707 


489- 


-3852 




Mr. Troy Wilkins 


Rt. 1, Box 156 


27705 


489- 


-2572 


Mount Pisgah 


Mr. J. E. Booth 


Rt. 3, Box 240 


27713 


544- 


-2247 




Mr. Jack Foster 


Rt. 3, Box 229-C 


27713 






New Jerusalem 


Mrs. Betty Simms 


5301 Shady Bluff 


27704 


477- 


-8281 




Mrs. Faye Morris 


1002 Lancaster St. 


27701 






Olive Branch 


Mr. George Ray 


Rt. 6, Box 321 


27703 


596- 


-2304 


Page Road 


Mr. Carson Moore 


2118 Eastwood Rd. 


27703 


596- 


-8366 




Mr. Gene Stinnett 


628 Lynn Rd. 


27703 


596- 


-8029 


Park View 


Mr. Raymond Lester 


123 Chateau Rd. 


27704 


477- 


-4044 




Mr. Jerry Neal 


8 Spicer's Ct. 


27705 


477- 


-6282 


Parkwood 












Plainview 


Mr. Horace Adcock 


2517 Ardsley Dr. 


27704 


682- 


-1037 




Mr. Everette Pendergraft 


Rt. 5, Box 685-A 


27704 


682- 


-0229 


Red Mountain 












Ridgecrest 


Mr. Ben Brown 


5110 Pine Trail Dr. 


27712 


477- 


-3627 




Mrs. Susie Brown 


5110 Pine Trail Dr. 


27712 


477- 


-3627 


Rose of Sharon 


Rev. Erwin Dillehay 


3804 Rivermont Rd. 


27712 


383- 


-2956 




Mr. Pete Overton 


Debonair Circle 


27705 


477- 


-8369 


Temple 


Mr. /Mrs. L. J. McCullers 


112 E. Maynard St. 


27704 


477- 


-6849 


Trinity 


Mrs. Dot Hicks 


1308 Ed Cook Rd. 


27703 


596- 


-7232 




Ms. Irene Ipock 


2204 Southern Dr. 


27703 


596- 


-8390 


University 












Watts Street 


Mr. P. B. Cole 


2122 Overland Dr. 


27704 


682- 


-8670 




Dr. John Cheek 


1414 Kent St. 


27707 


489- 


-1241 



West Durham 



8 



Westwood Mr. Alfred Eakes, Sr. 1611 Delaware Ave. 27705 286-4541 

Mr. E. C. Sykes Rt. 5, Box 152 27705 688-4722 

Yates Mrs. Norma Stock 2836 Chapel Hill Rd 

Apt. 30-F 27707 489-5712 

Mrs. Hazel Pickett 3308 Chapel Hill Rd 27707 489-6675 



KEY 



A ANGIER AVENUE 

BH BAHAMA 

B BELLS 

BR BEREA 

BA BETHESDA 

BT BRAGG TOWN 

C CALVARY 

CR CARRBORO 

CF CEDAR FORK 

CH CHEEK HEIGHTS 

CT CRESSET 

DM DURHAM MEMORIAL 

E EBENEZER 

EG EDGEMONT 

EP EPHESUS 

F FAITH 

FR FAR RING TON ROAD 

FC FIELDCREST 

FI FIRST 

GS GOOD SAMARITAN 

GM GORMAN 

G GRACE 

GRS GREY STONE 

GR GUESS ROAD 

HS HOLLOWAY STREET 

HH HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 

HV HOPE VALLEY 



I 

K 
L 

LG 
LR 
LY 
MC 
MG 
MH 
MM 
MP 
NJ 
OB 
PR 
PV 
PW 

p 

RM 
RC 
RS 
T 

TR 

U 

ws 

WD 
WW 
Y 



IMMANUEL 
KOREAN MISSION 
LAKEWOOD 
LOWE'S GROVE 
LEESVILLE ROAD 
LYSTRA 
MOUNT CARMEL 
MOUNT GILEAD 
MOUNT HERMON 
MOUNT MORI AH 
MOUNT PISGAH 
NEW JERUSALEM 
OLIVE BRANCH 
PAGE ROAD 
PARK VIEW 
PARK WOOD 
PLAINVIEW 
RED MOUNTAIN 
RIDGECREST 
ROSE OF SHARON 
TEMPLE 
TRINITY 
UNIVERSITY 
WATTS STREET 
WEST DURHAM 
WESTWOOD 
YATES 



9 



1987 - 88 COMMITTEES 



ANNUAL MEETING 

(88)- Mrs. Mary Zedick, Chm. 

(88) - Rev. John Laverty 

(89) - Mrs. Nancy Lassiter 

(89) - Rev. James West 

(90) -Rev. Ron Harrison 

AUDIT 

(88) Mr. Warren Elledge, Chm. 

(89) Mr. Larry Giles 

(90) Mr. Frank Nelson 

CAMP 

(88) Mr. Don Christian 
(88) Rev. James Laster 

(88) Mrs. Lucy Herndon 

(89) Mrs. Candace Black 

(89) Mr. John A. Long, Jr. 

(90) Mr. David Latta 

(90) Mr. George C. Love, Jr. 
Mr. George W. Ray 

CHRISTIAN LIFE 

(88) Mrs. Nancy Bumgardner 

(88) Mr. John Hallenborg 

(89) Rev. Paul Howell 

(89) Mrs. Ruth Couch 

(90) Mr. Bob Wheeler 

COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 
(88) Ms. Joy Maddry, Chm. 
(88) Mrs. Brenda Riley 

(88) Rev. Fred Williams 

(89) Mrs. Betsy Brink ley 
(89) Rev. Chris Harrison 

(89) Ms. Pam Bearden 

(90) Mrs. Linda Bowden 
(901 Mrs. Nancy Mishue 
(90) Rev. Raymond Johns 

Mr. Larry Bumgardner 
Mrs. Augusta Hockaday 

CONSTITUTION 

(88) Mr. Roger Upchurch 

(89) Rev. E. Hugh 0' Shields, Chm. 

(89) Mr. David Lewis 

(90) Mrs. Betty Long 
(90) Mr. Carl Bishop 

DEACONS 

(88) Mr. Bill Burch 

(88) Mrs. Hazel F. Pickett 

(89) Rev. Joe Bos tic 

(89) Mrs. Bobbie Smith 

(90) Mr. Eddie Hammett, Chm. 



5611 Russell Road 


27712 


G 


383- 


1630 


P. 0. Box 11296 


27703 


A 


596- 


6430 


3706 Brightwood Lane 


27703 


OB 


682- 


3076 


1204 Lynn Road 


27704 


C 


596- 


2592 


Rt. 5, Box 688 


27704 


P 


682- 


2591 


Rt. 7, Box 82 


27707 


EP 


489- 


•4803 


Box 2051 Chapel Hill 


27514 


FR 


967- 


8087 


447 Continental Drive 


27712 


BT 


383- 


■7137 


P. 0. Box 11025 


27703 


C 


596- 


•6862 


1515 Clermont Road 


27713 


PW 


544- 


1347 


2406 Sparwood Drive 


27705 


I 


383- 


•4854 


4214 Angier Avenue 


27703 


BA 


596- 


•4464 


3508 Brightwood Lane 


27703 


DM 


688- 


■4794 


2715 Beck Road 


27704 


EG 


682- 


•4118 


1018 Gloria Avenue 


27701 


G 


682- 


■2553 


Rt. 6, Box 321 


27703 


OB 


596- 


■7304 


1203 N. Gregson Street 


27701 


T 


682- 


-6466 


9 Park Place 


27712 


GRS 


383- 


1786 


Rt. 3, Box 140 Apex 


27560 


B 


362- 


-6090 


Rt 1 Box 313 Morrisville 


27560 


CF 


544- 


-7014 


5607 Ventura Drive 


27712 


FI 


477- 


-2452 


2626 Hitchcock Drive 


27705 


T 


471- 


-8087 


P. 0. Box 13436 


27709 


NJ 


541- 


-4418 


3805 Destrier Drive 


27703 


OB 


596- 


-0331 


Rt. 7 Mt. Moriah Road 


27707 


MM 


489- 


-3648 


1400 Wyldewood Rd. B-2 


27704 


FI 


477- 


-5522 


1901 Wagoner Street 


27705 


GRS 


286- 


-7916 


4424 S. Alston Avenue 


27713 


LG 


544- 


-5099 


Rt. 5, Box 459-B 


27704 


P 


688- 


-9532 


3573 Hillsborough Road 


27705 


I 


383- 


-1422 


1203 N. Gregson Street 


27701 


T 


682- 


-6466 


1829 Front Street G-2 


27705 


FI 


383- 


-1233 


3206 Sprunt Street 


27705 


WS 


383- 


-4253 


1914 S. Miami Blvd. 


27703 


BA 


596- 


-2138 


328 Fleming Drive 


27712 


RS 


383- 


-6285 


5030 Raintree Road 


27712 


I 


383- 


-4482 


2630 Pickett Road 


27705 


Y 


489- 


-3875 


5502 Craig Road 


27712 


I 


383- 


-6058 


3308 Chapel Hill Road 


27707 


Y 


489- 


-6675 


826 N. Hardee Street 


27703 


CH 


683- 


-1019 


1710 Bedford Street 


27707 


L 


489- 


-9560 


2674 Hitchcock Drive 


27705 


G 


477- 


-3751 



10 



EVANGELISM 

(88) Rev. Richard Hayes, Chm. 

(89) Dr. Tom Jordan 

(89) Mr. Stacy A. Riddle 

(90) Rev. John Caldwell 
(90) Rev. Cameron Ervin 

FINANCE 

(88) Dr. Larry 0. Harper, Chm. 
(88) Rev. Don Christian 

(88) Mrs. Gladys Thomas 

(89) Mrs. Arlene Harris 

(89) Mr. Edwin B. Clements 

(90) Dr. Frank Zedick 
(90) Mr. Gary Holmes 

Mr. Billy Judd 

INTER-FAITH WITNESS 

(88) Rev. Harold Craig, Chm. 

(88) Mrs. Cornelia Williams 

(89) Mrs. Harold Cobb, Sr. 

(89) Rev. A. D. Frazier 

(90) Mr. Jim Hobart 

MINISTERIAL CARE 

(88) Dr. James Murphy, Chm. 

(88) Mrs. Rosa Hampton 

(89) Mrs. Harriett Jones 

(90) Mr. R. Clay Berry 
(90) Dr. Tobie Stone 

MISSIONS 

(88) Dr. Charles Harris, Chm. 

(88) Mr. Thomas C. Ellis 

(88) Rev. Julian Motley 

(89) Mrs. Sheila Echols 

(89) Mrs. Carolyn Millard 

(90) Mrs. Carol Roycroft 
(90) Mrs. Irene Caldwell 

NOMINATIONS 

(88) Mr. Robert C. Atwater, Chm. 

(88) Rev. Robert Weatherly 

(88) Mrs. Nora Whitley 

(89) Mrs. Jean Baldwin 

(89) Mr. J. Ed Booth 

(90) Mrs. Frances Dorrity 
(90) Mrs. Linda Chandler 

ORDINATIONS 

(88) Rev. Crate H. Jones 

(89) Rev. Michael Berryman 

(89) Rev. Carl Herweyer 

(90) Rev. Bennie Little john, Chm. 
(90) Rev. Deryl Holliday, Sr. 



2500 Acadia Street 


27704 


PV 


477- 


7497 


P. 0. Box 103 Rougemont 27572 


RM 


477- 


3657 


3232 E. Geer Street 


27704 


GM 


688- 


4556 


415 Highview Dr Ch. Hill 27514 


NJ 


942- 


4281 


124 Smith Drive 


27712 


BH 


477- 


1809 


4007 Holt School Road 


27704 


HH 


477- 


3859 


Rt. 6 Box 473 Chap. Hill 


27514 


MC 


933- 


8565 


4834 Kendridge Drive 


27712 


GR 


471- 


2408 


Rt. 4, Box 387-A 


27703 


LR 


596- 


5185 


103 Argonne Drive 


27704 


BT 


477- 


3518 


1004 N. Mangum Street 


27701 


G 


688- 


6765 


7 Da It on Court 


27705 


GRS 


383- 


8025 


501 Hugo Street 


27704 


FI 


477- 


3528 


807 W. Chapel Hill St. 


27701 


T 


688- 


7397 


2729 Sevier Street 


27705 


FI 


489- 


8925 


912 Brandon Road 


27713 


WD 


596- 


2345 


4214 Lumley Road 


27703 


PR 


596- 


7017 


5114 Troon Lane 


27712 


RC 


383- 


9658 


6900 Garrett Road 


27707 


HV 


493- 


1809 


3105 University Drive 


27707 


Y 


489- 


1540 


3106 Appling Way 


27709 


A 


596- 


6619 


Rt. 1, Box 389 


27705 


MH 


383- 


2982 


Rt. 2, Box 422-A 


27705 


E 


383- 


6668 


414 Cleveland Street 


27701 


FI 


688- 


7308 


3210 Sherbon Drive 


27707 


FC 


489- 


0570 


3315 E. Geer Street 


27704 


GM 


688- 


3947 


3111 Umstead Road 


27712 


E 


383- 


8924 


160 Kimball Drive 


27712 


GRS 


383- 


4466 


3428 Randolph Read 


27705 


CT 


489- 


3079 


415 Highview Dr Ch. Hill 27514 


NJ 


942- 


4281 


Rt. 6 Box 409 Chap. Hill 


27514 


MC 


933- 


3937 


Rt. 7 Box 189-A 


27707 


MM 


489- 


3425 


2721 Holloway Street 


27703 


DM 


596- 


6387 


5319 Memory Drive 


27712 


BT 


477- 


3916 


Rt. 3, Box 240 


27713 


MP 


544- 


•2247 


2306 Gate Hill Drive 


27705 


MH 


383- 


3405 


2208 Tampa Avenue 


27705 


FI 


286- 


0126 


3106 Appling Way 


27709 


A 


596- 


6619 


1415 Holloway Street 


27703 


HS 


688- 


•4711 


P. 0. Box 15022 


27704 


BT 


477- 


6440 


3102 Guess Road 


27705 


GR 


477- 


4893 


1914 S. Miami Blvd. 


27703 


BA 


596- 


2158 



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PERSONNEL 

(88) Mrs. Judi Kelly, Chm. 

(88) Mr. A. C. Sorrell 

(89) Mrs. Louise Clements 

(90) Dr. Jesse Croom 
(90) Mr. Bruce Little 

PUBLIC RELATIONS 

(88) Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, Chm. 

(88) Mr. Floyd Rhodes, Jr. 

(89) Ms. Cindy Dorrity 

(90) Mr. Richard Isaacs 
(90) Mrs. Bess Bush 

RADIO AND TV 

(88) Rev. Mac Bare, Chm. 

(88) Mrs. Teresa Modlin 

(89) Mr. George Coggin 

(90) Mr. Jay Curatti 
(90) Rev. Tom Newboult 

STEWARDSHIP 

(88) Mr. Bobby Fuller 

(89) Rev. Jerry Harper, Sr., Chm. 

(90) Mrs. Beverly Green 



TRUSTEES 

(88) Miss Doris Lindsay 

(89) Mr. Talmadge Lassiter, Chm. 

(90) Mr. Travis Clements 

YOUTH ADVISORY 

(88) Rev. Michael Shumate, Chm. 

(88) Mr. Pete Goswick 

(89) Mrs. Brenda Harrison 
(89) Rev. Woody Massey 

(89) Rev. Truett Williams 

(90) Dr. Robert Wortham 
(90) Mr. Jimmy D. Camp 



6 Whitburn Place 27705 

35 Glenmore 27707 

3205 Sprunt Avenue , 27705 

P. 0. Box 156 Carrboro 27510 

3707 Esther Drive 27703 

1308 Ed Cook Road 27703 

3305 Dixon Road 27707 

3744 Guess Road 27705 

P. 0. Box 15597 27704 

919 Torredge Road 27712 

2031 W. Club Blvd. 27705 

Rt. 7 Box 81 Chapel Hill 27514 

P. 0. Box 1286 27705 
2920 Chapel Hill Rd. 67C 27707 

2819 Chapel Hill Road 27707 

2621 Cooksbury Drive 27704 

Rt. 1, Box 389 27705 

1412 N. Mangum Street 27701 



27705 
27312 
27278 
27707 
27514 
27510 
27707 
27706 
27514 
27707 



112 High Street Carrboro 27510 
3751 Hermine Street 27705 
3205 Sprunt Avenue 27705 



359 Kilarny 27703 

2400 Barrymore Avenue 27705 

1400 Wyldewood Rd. B-2 27704 

4700 Ephesus Church Rd. 27707 

4007 Holt School Road 27704 

P. 0. Box 15022 27704 

6900 Garrett Road 27707 



STUDENT WORK 

(88) Rev. Richard Chorley 

(88) Rev. Lee Harris 

(88) Mrs. Cathy Clark 

(89) Rev. Shirley Massey 

(89) Rev. Nancy Lee 

(90) Rev. Rich Erwin 

(90) Mr. Ken Throckmorton 

Mrs. Velma Ferrell, Duke BSU 
Rev. Robert Phillips, UNC BSU 
Rev. Paige Chargois, NCCU BSU 



P. Q. Box 3003 

Rt. 4 Box 395 Pittsboro 

Rt. 1 Box 828 Hillsbor. 

4700 Ephesus Church Rd. 

Box 508 Chapel Hill 

P. 0. Box 156 Carrboro 

Rt. 7, Box 185-A 

Box 4351 Duke Station 

203 Battle Lane Ch. Hill 

P. 0. Box 19353 



HV 489-1575 
WS 489-5141 
GRS 383-1218 
CR 967-3056 
BA 596-7750 



TR 596-7232 

FI 489-3509 

MH 383-3405 
G 

HH 471-3973 



WW 286-1593 

MC 933-6539 

MH 383-3405 

FI 489-8684 

Y 489-2309 



GM 688-4800 
MH 383-2982 
G 682-0012 



WS 688-1366 
MG 542-2431 
PV 477-3762 
EP 489-4483 
U 942-2157 
CR 967-3056 
MM 489-3425 
684-5955 
942-4266 
683-6187 



CR 929-2419 
RS 477-4230 
GRS 383-1218 



CF 941-5124 

GR 477-4822 

FI 477-5522 

EP 489-4483 

HH 477-3859 

BT 477-6440 

HV 493-1809 



12 



SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERS 



Director 



Rev. Fred Williams 123 Olive Branch Rd. 27703 OB 596-0331 



ASSIST 

(Associational Sunday School Improvement Support Team) 



Generar Officers 
Growth Spiral 
Outreach 
Small Church 
VBS Director 
Adult 

Youth 

Children 

Preschool 



Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Mrs. 



Dan Parker 
Ron Harrison 
Raymond Johns 
Fred Williams 
Darlene Harrill 



Mr. Eddie Hammett 
Rev. Shirley Massey 
Mr. Marc Francis 
Mrs. Paula Setzer 
Mrs. Irene Bagwell 
Mrs. Linda Chandler 



4007 Holt School Rd. 27704 HH 477-3859 

Rt. 5, Box 688 27704 P 682-2591 

3573 Hillsborough Rd 27705 I 383-1422 

123 Olive Branch Rd. 27703 OB 596-8907 

429 Idlewood St. 27703 HS 688-7397 

1004 N. Mangum St. 27701 G 688-6765 

4700 Fphesus Ch. Rd. 27707 EP 489-4483 

1914 S. Miami Blvd. 27703 BA 596-2158 

503 Lyons Ln, Chapel Hill CR 929-3690 

414 Cleveland Street 27701 FI 688-7308 

2208 Tampa Avenue 27705 FI 286-0126 



CHURCH TRAINING OFFICERS 



Director 



Mrs. Ginger Stanhope 1706 Stacy Drive 27712 



DM 477-0898 



Adult 
Youth 
Children 
Preschool 
Equipping Center 

MasterLife Mr. Eddie Hammett 

New Mem. Survival Rev. Bob Weatherly 



Mr. Marc Francis 
Mrs. Peggy Craig 
Mrs. Darlene Harrill 



1914 S. Miami Blvd. 27703 BA 596-2158 
2519 Wilbon Street 27704 T 471-4688 
429 Idlewood Street 27703 HS 596-3031 

1004 N. Mangum St. 27701 G 688-6765 
Rt. 7, Box 185-A 27707 MM 489-3425 



TACMO OFFICERS 



Director 
Assoc. Director 
Media Education 
Technical Proc. 
Program Chairman 
Secretary 
Association Libr. 



Barbara Davis 
Patricia Coghill 
Lily Yu 

Janie Clements 
Thelma George 
Audrey Harrell 
Clara Crabtree 



703 Newsom St. 27704 T 471-1049 

508 Parkview Dr. 27712 GR 477-6921 
4801 Berini Dr. 27705 GRS 383-0134 

Pi 0. Box 195 Bahama 27503RC 477-3484 
907 Torredge Rd. 27712 PV 477-6902 
410 Argonne Drive 27704 PV 477-5369 
Rt 2 Box 347A Bahama 27503BT 477-4521 



BROTHERHOOD OFFICERS 



Director Donald L. Bowden 

Baptist Men Larry Bumgardner 

High School Baptist 

Young Men Robert Thompson 

Royal Ambassadors Candace Black 
Prayer Group Donald L. Bowden 

Sports Group S. Eric Kyles 

Work Projects Andrew Revill 



4424 S. Alston Ave. 27713 
1203 N. Gregson St. 27701 



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5608 McCormick Rd. 27713 HV 
4214 Angier Avenue 27703 BA 
4424 S. Alston Ave. 27713 LG 
6310 Garrett Road 27707 HV 
Winkler Road 27712 RS 



544-5099 
682-6466 

544-5641 
596-4464 
544-5099 
493-1384 
477-5119 



SINGLES 30 - 50 



President 
Vice President/ 
Program Chairman 
Sec/ Treasurer 



Sheila Durham 
Gloria Welch 

Sally White 



1213 Miami Blvd. 27703 HS 
202 W. Rockway Ave. 27704 B 



682-7824 
477-3336 



2305 Overland Street 27704 GS 682-6433 



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WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OFFICERS 



Director Sandy Harrison 

Baptist Women Geraldine Mitchell 
Asst. Bapt. Women Dorothy Hicks 
Bapt. Young WomenKim Jones 



Assistant BYW 

Acteens 
Asst. Acteens 
Girls in Action 
Assistant GA 
Mission Friends 



Jean Atwater 

Carol Roycroft 
Cathy Sawaya 
Toni Clarke 
Nora Whitley 
Debbie Tuck 



Asst. Mission Fr. Guynell Clary 

Mission Action/ Augusta Hockaday 
Personal Witnessing 
Sec. /Treas. /Hist. Helen Mumford 
Enlist/Enlargement Darlene Harrill 



Centennial Chm. 
Group I Leader 
Group II Leader 
Group III Leader 
Group IV Leader 



Cathy Greene 
Frances Dorrity 
Ethel Arnold 
Beverly Clark 
Mary Overman 



Route 5, Box 688 27704 P 682- 

2606 Newport Drive 27705 GR 477- 

1308 Ed Cook Road 27703 TR 596- 

304 Brandermill Dr. 27713 GRS 493- 
Route 6, Box 409 

Chapel Hill 27514 MC 933- 

3428 Randolph Road 27705 CT 489- 
129 Andrews Apt. 9-B 27705 383- 

204 Landsbury Dr. 27707 Y 493- 
2721 Holloway Street 27703 DM 596- 

836 Louise Circle 27705 383- 
8035 Lowell Valley Rd. 

Bahama 27503 471- 

1829 Front St. G-2 27705 FI 383- 



2736 
2403 
7232 
7859 

3937 
3079 
6626 
7126 
6387 
2831 

3369 
1233 



1108 Raynor Street 27703 EG 682-2465 

420 Idlewood Street 27703 HS 596-3031 

68 Stonewall Road 27704 477-4976 

2306 Gate Hill Dr. 27705 MH 383-3405 

2103 LaFayette St. 27707 L 489-1530 

5822 Wilma Street 27712 RC 477-0853 

217 S. Benjamin St. 27703 A 596-3638 



SENIOR ADULT OFFICERS 



President 

1st V. President 

2nd V. President/ 

Program Chairman 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Margaret Rhodes 
Martha Rowland 
Floyd Rhodes, Jr. 

Helen Sears 
Maybe lie Husketh 



3305 Dixon Road 27707 
204 Raynor Street 27703 
3305 Dixon Road 27707 



FI 489-3509 
A 596-5581 
FI 489-3509 



4213 Hope Valley Rd. 27707 HV 489-9729 
3849 Shoccorree Dr. 27705 A 383-4633 



SINGLES OVER 50 



Pres ident 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Darlene Harrill 
Pearl Sears 
Frances Hoke 
Hallie McGhee 



Program Chairman Helen Mumford 



420 Idlewood Street 27703 HS 596-3031 
107 S. Maple Street 27703 A 596-6155 
3529 Rose of Sharon 27712 GRS 383-9379 
3328 Chapel Hill Rd. 27707 GRS 489-2471 
1108 Raynor Street 27703 EG 682-2465 



MUSIC COUNCIL 



Director 



Ran Whitley 2703 Holloway St. 27703 DM 596-7350 

Herbert Gray 3315 E. Geer St. 27704 GM 688-3947 

Sarah Harvey 2100 Chapel Hill Rd. 27707 L 489-2537 

Thane Kendall P. 0. Box 2686 27705 GRS 286-2281 

Pattie Lingafelt 4430 S. Alston Ave. 27713 LG 544-1888 

Wiley Oakley 222 Midland Rd. 27712 RC 477-5426 

Burke Raper 1004 N. Mangum St. 27701 G 688-6765 

Ted Reed 2819 Chapel Hill Rd. 27707 Y 489-2309 



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CONSTITUTION 



Revised 1983, 1985, 1987 
ARTICLE I. NAME 

This body shall be known as the Yates Baptist Association of North Carolina. 

ARTICLE II. PURPOSE 
The purpose of this Association shall be to provide a convenient and orderly 
means for the extension of the ministry of the cooperating Baptist churches in 
Durham County and portions of Chatham and Orange counties which support the 
programs of the Baptist State Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

ARTICLE III. ARTICLES OF FAITH 
The confession of faith of this Association shall be the "Baptist Faith and 
Message" with its five-point statement of the historic Baptist conception of the 
nature and function of confessions of faith in our religious and denominational 
life as adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention in 1963 at Kansas City. 

(Five-point Statement from the "Baptist Faith and Message") 

(1) That they constitute a concensus of opinion of some Baptist body, large 
or small, for the general instruction and guidance of our own people and others 
concerning those articles of the Christian faith which are most surely held among 
us. They are not intended to add anything to the simple conditions of the 
salvation revealed in the New Testament, viz, repentance towards God and faith in 
Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. 

(2) That we do not regard them as complete statements of our faith, having 
any quality of finality or infallibility. As in the past, so in the future 
Baptists should hold themselves free to revise their statements of faith as may 
seem to them wise and expedient at any time. 

(3) That any group of Baptists, large or small, have the inherent right to 
draw up for themselves and publish to the world a confession of their faith 
whenever they may think it advisable to do so. 

(4) That the sole authority for faith and practice among Baptists is the 
Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments. Confessions are only guides in 
interpretation, having no authority over the conscience. 

(5) That they are statements of religious convictions, drawn from the 
Scriptures, and are not to be used to hamper freedom of thought or investigation 
in other realms of life. 

ARTICLE IV. MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1. This Association in session shall be composed of duly elected 
messengers from cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County and portions of 
Chatham and Orange counties and the regular elected officers of the Association 
and members of the Associational Board which are in agreement with the purpose as 
stated in Article II. When not is session this Association shall be comprised of 
its member churches which shall elect members to the Associational Board in 
accordance to Article X. 

Section 2. Each church shall be represented at the annual meeting of the 
Association and at any special meeting during the year by messengers who shall be 
duly elected in the following ratio: 

(1) Three for the first hundred members or fraction thereof, and one for 
each additional hundred or fraction thereof, provided that the total number of 
messengers shall not exceed ten. 

(2) All pastors of churches of the Association shall be recognized as 
messengers, in addition to those specified above. 



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Section 3. Only individuals who are baptized (immersed) believers and 
members of churches of this Association shall be seated as voting messengers at 
any Associational meeting. 

Section 4. Churches seeking to seat messengers in the Association shall 
apply to the Missions Committee prior to the annual meeting of the Association, 
giving evidence of their faith and order and their agreement to be received 
under watchcare of the Association. Upon recommendation of the committee and 
approval of the Association by a two-thirds majority of the members present and 
voting, the church or churches shall be received under the watchcare of the 
Association for a period of one year. It is understood that during the period of 
watchcare of the Association such churches will be accorded all the services of 
the Association and all its privileges with the exception of the right to seat 
voting messengers and to voting representation on the Associational Board. At 
the end of the year of watchcare, the church or churches may, by a two-thirds 
vote of the Association, be received into full fellowship of the Association or 
continue under watchcare or have the request for fellowship rejected. Upon 
admission to full fellowship, the church or churches shall be authorized to seat 
duly elected messengers with voting privileges and voting members on the Associa- 
tional Board. 

Section 5. The Association shall have the power, upon giving notice of nine 
months and by two-thirds majority vote of messengers present and voting, to 
withdraw fellowship from any church that shall willfully depart from orthodox 
principles of the Christian religion as taught in the Bible and as believed by 
Baptists or that fails to represent itself either by messenger or letter at the 
annual session of the Association without sufficient reason, or that fails to 
support causes fostered by the denomination at large and of this Association in 
particular, or that ceases to be missionary in practice. 

Section 6. Any church may decline to send messengers to the Association at 
its pleasure. Whenever this constitutes a withdrawal of fellowship on the part 
of the church, the Association shall not as a body, or through a representative 
or representatives, seek to restrain by coercion or law the withdrawal action of 
the church. 

ARTICLE V. POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 
The Association, when convened in meeting, shall sit as advisory council, 
and shall have no power to infringe on any of the internal rights of the 
churches; it may advise with cooperating churches and recommend measures of 
usefulness for their adoption, and may claim for itself, its objects, and its 
recommendations the highest consideration. 

ARTICLE VI. ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE CHURCHES 
Each cooperating church shall send annually to the Association a report on 
the Associational Letter which is provided. Only persons who have been baptized 
by immersion may be reported as members on these reports. Said report should 
reach the Associational Clerk at least 10 days prior to the annual meeting. 

ARTICLE VII. MEETINGS 
Section 1. The Association shall convene annually during the week after the 
fourth Sunday in October, and may meet with different churches on the two 
successive days. 

Section 2. The time of the annual meeting may be changed, or special 
meetings called by the Associational Board upon two weeks notice to the 
cooperating churches. 

ARTICLE VIII. FISCAL YEAR 
The fiscal year of the Association shall begin on January first and end on 
December thirty-first of each year. 



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ARTICLE IX. OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES 
Section 1. The officers of the Association shall be a Moderator, Vice 

Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, and such others as may be 

authorized by the Association. 

Section 2. All officers shall be members of a church affiliated with the 

Association. 

Section 3. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion shall hold any 
position within the Associational organization. 

Section 4. The officers shall be elected at the annual meeting of the 
Association, and these shall assume their duties at the close of the annual 
meeting during which they are elected and continue until their successors are 
elected and installed, unless removed for cause. The Moderator and Vice 
Moderator shall not serve more than two years in succession in their respective 
positions. The Clerk and Treasurer may not serve more than three years in 
succession. The Parliamentarian is appointed annually by the Moderator. 

Section 5. The Moderator shall preside over the annual meeting of the 
Association and begin each session punctually. He shall appoint such committees 
as may be authorized by the Constitution, or the Association, enforce the rules, 
preserve order, and exercise all prerogatives of a presiding officer according 
to parliamentary usage, and serve as chairman of the Associational Board, and ex 
officio member of all standing committees. 

Section 6. The Vice Moderator shall discharge the duties of the Moderator 
in his absence. 

Section 7. The Clerk shall keep a record of the proceedings of the Associa- 
tion, superintend the printing and distribution of the Minutes, keep on file the 
printed Minutes and other important papers of the Association. He shall act as 
secretary of the Associational Board. The Clerk shall be entitled to compensa- 
tion which shall be fixed by the Association. He shall obtain and edit the 
histories of two churches each year to be included in the Minutes, and shall 
maintain an up-to-date history of the Association. 

Section 8. The Treasurer shall receive all monies contributed to the 
Association, and shall make disbursements as authorized by the Association 
and/or the Associational Board and shall make regular reports to the Associa- 
tional Board and an annual report to the Association. 

Section 9. The Parliamentarian shall advise the Moderator on matters of 
rules of order and procedure at the annual sessions and the Associational Board 
meetings. 

Section 10. There shall be three trustees, one elected each year for a 
three-year term, who shall be the representatives of the Association in legal 
matters, and shall perform such other duties as the Association or Associational 
Board may prescribe. 

ARTICLE X. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

Section 1. The Associational Board shall consist of the general officers, 
the leaders of the Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, 
Brotherhood, Missions Development, Music, The Associational Church Media Organi- 
zation, the Chairmen of the Standing Committees, the Director of Missions, each 
active pastor and two lay members elected from each member church. The names 
of the lay members shall be duly certified by notifying the Associational Clerk. 

The Associational Directors of Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's 
Missionary Union, Brotherhood, Missions Development, Music and TACMO are elected 
for a four-year term and are eligible for re-election. 

Section 2. The Associational Board shall act for the Association in the 
interim between the annual sessions. It shall carry out the policies and will 
of the Association as so expressed. It shall meet as often as it may elect for 
the effectual performance of its duties. It shall have the power to fill 
vacancies among the officers, committees, and organizational workers of the 
Association and committees of the Associational Board that may occur during the 



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year. It shall make a full and complete report of its work at each annual 
meeting of the Association. v 

Section 3. The Associational Board shall have an administrative arm known 
as the Executive Committee, chaired by the Moderator and composed of the 
Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Chairman of 
Trustees, Chairmen of Audit, Camp, Constitution, Finance, Public Relations, 
Nominations, Personnel and Radio & TV committees, two pastors at large, and the 
Director of Missions. 

This committee shall meet periodically between sessions of the Associational 
Board, to handle administrative details with the Director of Missions, interpret 
policy as needed by the Director of Missions, and strive for a smooth operation 
of the Associational Program. 

This committee shall employ, with the approval of the Board of the Associa- 
tion, a Director of Missions and shall exercise general supervision of his work. 
The committee shall perform such other duties and services as the Board or 
Association may direct. 

Section 4. The Associational Board shall have a programming arm known as 
the Associational Council, chaired by the Director of Missions and consisting of 
Directors of Sunday School, Church Training, Music, Woman's Missionary Union, 
Brotherhood, Missions Development, Evangelism, Stewardship, TACMO, Youth, 
Christian Life, Seminary Extension, Deacons, and Ministerial Care. 

This Council shall meet quarterly to correlate the activities, programs, 
and emphases of the various organizations, plan a tentative calendar to be 
approved by the May Board Meeting and by the annual session of the Association. 

This Council keeps individual programming in perspective by keeping sight 
of the whole program, purpose, and goals of the association. The Council 
provides the means whereby the association can have a comprehensive, 
well-balanced program, custom-designed to reflect the goals and- priorities of 
the Association. 

BYLAWS 

ARTICLE I. COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

Members of the committees shall be selected from the membership of those 
churches cooperating with the Association and shall serve a term of three years. 
All standing committees of the Association shall have one-third of its members 
rotating off each year and persons serving less than one and one-half years 
shall have the opportunity to be renominated to serve a full term. A period of 
one year must elapse before an individual can serve on the same committee again. 
A church should not be represented more than once on a standing committee at any 
given time. Every church in the Association should be represented on at least 
one committee of the Association. 

The Moderator and the Director of Missions shall be ex officio members of 
all standing committees. 

Section 1. THE ANNUAL MEETING COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to arrange the program for the annual meeting. It shall 
be the duty of this committee to receive or solicit invitations for the place of 
meeting of the annual session for the following year. It shall also recommend 
to the Association in annual meeting a place(s) of meeting(s), along with a 
preacher and alternate for the sermon, for the following year. The Music 
Director shall serve as ex officio. 

Section 2. THE CAMP COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members whose duty 
it shall be to direct the development and use of the property with the advice 
and consent of the Associational Board. It shall be the duty of this committee 
to submit a name annually to the Nominations Committee for the position of Camp 
Director. 

Section 3. THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to make use of mater.al and programs suggested by the 



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Christian Life Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention and the Christian 
Life and Public Affairs Council of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina 
and other available means to encourage high standards of Christian living in the 
local churches and their communities. The presidents of Singles 30-50, Singles 
Over 50, and Senior Adults shall serve as ex officio members of the committee. 

Section 4. THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to study and recommend changes in the Constitution and 
bring reports as necessary to the Association. 

Section 5. THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members whose 
duty it shall be to plan and carry out meetings and activities for the infor- 
mation and inspiration of deacons. 

Section 6. THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members whose 
duty it shall be to encourage evangelism in the churches, including the enlist- 
ment and training of laymen in witnessing, to initiate and carry out Association 
evangelism efforts, to cooperate with area crusades when feasible, and to 
utilize the full resources of the Association by coordinating its efforts with 
other Association committees and organizations in their evangelistic outreach 
knowing that Christ saves the whole man to a whole life of discipleship. 

Section 7. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members. The 
Treasurer shall serve as an ex officio member. 

This committee shall present a tentative budget at the annual meeting, 
representing a definite budget at the February Board meeting and devise plans 
for raising the budget. It shall also review applications from churches for 
State Missions funds for presentation to the Associational Board as requested by 
the Missions Committee. 

Section 8. THE MINISTERIAL CARE COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
to facilitate support groups for pastors, church staff and spouses. This 
committee will also seek to assist churches in development of special ministries, 
and church administration services. 

It shall also serve as a referral, conduct special projects and activities 
which will minister to needs of people. 

The committee shall also assist churches in determining adequate financial 
support and benefits for ministers. 

Section 9. THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, 
whose duty it shall be to present nominations to the Association for all general 
officers and committeemen (except the Director of Missions as heretofore 
provided). 

This committee shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Board for 
approval and to the Association for election, the officers of Brotherhood, 
Sunday School, Woman's Missionary Union, Church Training, Music Council, and 
Library organizations (TACMO). This committee will receive from the six organi- 
zational committees and present for approval at the February Board meeting the 
names of nominees for leadership. 

Following the same procedure, the remaining officers of the six organiza- 
tions shall be presented for approval to the May Board meeting. The names of 
all general organizational officers shall be presented to the Association for 
election. 

It shall also present nominations to the Associational Board to fill any 
vacancy in the offices for which it nominates to the Association. 

Section 10. THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members who 
shall act in an advisory capacity for churches or for ministerial students 
seeking counsel concerning ordination. The committee shall assist in the 
examination of candidates for the ministry only after their call to some specific 
position in Christian service, and shall refrain from announcing the date for 
ordination until after approval of the candidate. 

Section 11. THE PERSONNEL COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
elected for a three-year term with one member rotating off the committee each 
year. It shall be the duty of this committee to suggest policies relating to 



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holidays, sick leave, vacation, and other benefits for all paid employees. They 
shall prepare and update as necessary job descriptions for all staff personnel. 
In full cooperation with the Director of Missions, recruit, interview, and 
recommend to the Executive Committee employment of all new staff personnel. 
Before June of each year have at least one evaluation session with each employee 
in line with Job Description, and hear suggestions from the employee for im- 
proving the work or relationships which have already been discussed. Develop and 
recommend salaries and benefits for employed staff personnel to the Executive 
Committee to recommend to the Finance Committee. Develop and recommend to the 
Executive Committee policies and procedures for paid and volunteer staff 
personnel administration. 

Section 12. THE PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members, whose duty it shall be to build the image of the Association by the 
development of appropriate information/communication vehicles in the churches 
and community. It shall also promote the annual observance of Associational 
Emphasis Week (May) in the churches of the Association. 

Section 13. THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members whose duty it shall be to work with local stations in the securing of 
time, to promote programs of religious and denominational interest, and to 
encourage the churches to use the media of radio and television with particular 
attention to ACTS (American Christian Television System, Inc.) and BTN (Baptist 
Telecommunications Network). 

Section 14. THE STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members, 
whose duty it shall be to encourage and stimulate when possible the offerings 
from the individual churches to State, Home, and Foreign Missions as well as the 
Cooperative Program, to urge the churches to undergird their church staff 
members through the Annuity Board retirement plans, to promote tithing by 
individual church members, and to encourage the members of the churches to be 
Christian stewards of their possessions after death through wills and bequests 
to denominational objects. 

Sect ion 15 . THE YOUTH AD V I SORY COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, 
whose duty it shall be to provide or sponsor periodic events or emphases for or 
with the youth of the churches. 

Section 16. THE AUDIT COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members who 
shall be responsible for the auditing of the Treasurer's records and the presen- 
tation of an annual auditor's report to the Association. The Audit Committee 
need not perform the audit themselves but may arrange for the audit by profes- 
sionally trained accountants. The members of the committee shall be elected 
each year on a rotating basis. 

ARTICLE II. RULES OF ORDER 
The following rules shall govern deliberations in the meetings of the 
Association and Associational Board. 

(1) The official transaction of business in all regular meetings of the 
Association and Associational Board shall be by the affirmative majority vote of 
members present and voting, except in matters relating to the Constitution, or 
withdrawing fellowship from any cooperating church, and of seating messengers 
from those churches desiring to cooperate with the Association. In called 
meetings of the Association and the Associational Board a number representing a 
majority of the cooperating churches shall be necessary to constitute a quorum. 

(2) A messenger wishing to speak shall rise and address the presiding 
officer. He shall confine himself strictly under the consideration and shall 
avoid all personalities. No messenger shall speak more than twice on the same 
subject without special permission. 

(3) All motions seconded shall be definitely stated by the presiding 
officer, or at his request read by the Clerk before the vote is taken. 

(4) The order of business of the annual meeting shall be recommended by the 
Annual Meeting Committee as soon as possible during the first session. When 



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adopted this report shall become the program and cannot be changed except by 
vote of the Association. 

(5) All questions of order shall be decided on the basis of the most recent 
edition of Robert's Rules of Order. 

ARTICLE III. ADVISORY TO THE BOARD 
The members of the State General Board from this Association and the 
Baptist Student Union chaplains of the educational institutions within the area 
of the Association shall be invited to sit with the board in an advisory 
capacity. 

ARTICLE IV. AMENDMENTS 

These Bylaws may be amended by a majority of those present and voting at 
any annual meeting of the Association. 

This Constitution may be revised at any Annual Session of the Association 
upon affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members present and voting, provided 
the proposed revisions shall have been presented in writing to the Associational 
Board prior to the Annual Meeting, then presented to the Association on the 
first day of the Annual Meeting with the approval vote being taken on the second 
day. 



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PROCEEDINGS 
of 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

THIRTY-NINTH ANNUAL SESSION 
October 26 & 27, 1987 

THE ASSOCIATION: 



CHURCHES GROWING TOGETHER 




MODERATOR 
VICE MODERATOR 
PROGRAM CHAIRMAN 
MUSIC DIRECTOR 
DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 



CRATE H. JONES 
FRANK SHIPP 
TOBIE P. STONE, JR. 
H. RAN WHITLEY 
MARVIN B. SETTLE, JR. 



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MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 26, 1987 
WEST DURHAM BAPTIST CHURCH 
CHURCHES GROWING TOGETHER 



7:00 Organ Prelude 

Mini-Concert West Durham Church Choir 

7:15 Call to Order Crate H. Jones 

Annual Meeting Committee Report Tobie P. Stone, Jr. 

Hymn No. 36 8 

"Brethren, We Have Met To Worship" Holy Manna 

Greetings & Prayer Harold J. Cobb, Sr. 

7:30 Recognition of New Pastors Marvin B. Settle, Jr. 
& Staff Persons 

Introduction of Speaker Marvin B. Settle, Jr. 

7:45 Special Music Betty Eagle 

"O Lord Most Holy" 

Phyllis Anderson, Accompanist 

8:00 Inspirational Message Larry Rose 

8:30 Hymn No. 141 

"I Love To Tell The Story" Hankzy 

Director of Missions Report Marvin B. Settle, Jr. 

Director of Church and 

Community Ministries Report Faye Oakley Bassett 

9:00 Benediction 



Minister of Music H. Ran Whitley 

Accompanist Patti Lingafelt 



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TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27, 1987 
HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS BAPTIST CHURCH 
CHURCHES GROWING TOGETHER 



9:00 Organ Prelude 
Call to Order 
Hymn 

"Praise Him! Praise Him!" 

Greetings & Prayer 

9:15 Sunday School Report 

Church Training Report 

Music Committee Report 

WMU Report 

Brotherhood Report 

Constitution Committee Report 

Missions Committee Report 

Camp Committee Report 

Baptist Student Ministries Report 

Executive Committee Report 

Personnel Committee Report 

General Board Report 

Audit Committee Report 

Finance Committee Report 

Miscellaneous Business 



Frank Shipp 
No. 67 

Joyful Song ! 

Larry O. Harper! 

Fred M. Williams, III 
Ginger Stanhope 
H. Ran Whitley 
Sandy Harrison 
J. Edwin Couch 
E. Hugh O 1 Shields 
Charles H. Harris 
Chris C. Hamlet 
Velma Ferrell 
Crate H. Jones 
Gerald C. Goodwin 
Jerry E. Harper, Sr. 
Chesterleen Ricca 
Larry O. Harper 



10:40 Special Music 
11:00 Hymn 

"How Firm A Foundation" 
Introduction of Speaker 
Inspirational Message 
11:30 Benediction & Blessing 

Minister of Music 
Accompanist 



Earl Echols & Lisa Sealy 
No. 383 
foundation 
Marvin B. Settle, Jr 
Charles B. Nunn, Jr 



H. Ran Whitley 
Patti Lingafelt 



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TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 27, 1987 
RED MOUNTAIN BAPTIST CHURCH 

CHURCHES GROWING TOGETHER 

:00 Organ Prelude 
Call to Order 
Hymn 

"To God Be The Glory" 
Greetings & Prayer 
Special Music 

Ted Reed, Director 

Nominations Committee Report 
Annual Meeting Committee Report 
Evangelism Committee Report 



Crate H. Jones 
No. 41 
To God Be The Gloiy 
Tom W. Jordan 
The Yatesmen 



Robert C. Atwater 
Tobie P. Stone, Jr. 
Ernest H. Ferrell 



Introduction of Speaker 
Scripture 
Anthem 



Annual Sermon 
Hymn 



Registration 
Miscellaneous Business 
Special Awards 



Tobie P. Stone, Jr. 

Mark 3: 1-6 Charles H. Harris 

Red Mountain Church Choir 

"I Go To The Rock" 
Linda Weaver, Director 

Tom W. Jordan 
No. 94 

HudUon 
Lois King 

Marvin B. Settle, Jr. 



'At The Cross' 



Hymn 



Lay Leader of the Year 
Minister of the Year 
Church of the Year 



"God Be With You* 



No. 372 

God Be WUh Vou 



Benediction 



Minister of Music 
Accompanist 



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H. Ran Whitley 
Patti Lingafelt 



PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS 



Mrs. Phyllis Anderson 
Mr. Robert C. Atwater 
Mrs. Faye Oakley Bassett 

Rev. Harold J. Cobb, Sr. 

Mr. J. Edwin Couch 

Mrs. Betty Eagle 

Mr. Earl Echols 

Rev. Ernest H. Ferrell 

Mrs. Velma Ferrell 

Dr. Gerald C. Goodwin 

Mr. Chris C. Hamlet 

Rev. Jerry E. Harper, Sr. 

Dr. Larry 0. Harper 

Dr. Charles H. Harris 

Mrs. Sandy Harrison 

Rev. Crate H. Jones 

Dr. Tom W. Jordan 

Miss Lois King 

Mrs. Patti Lingafelt 

Dr. Charles B. Nunn, Jr. 

Rev. E. Hugh 0' Shields 

Rev. Ted Reed 

Mrs. Chesterleen Ricca 

Dr. Larry Rose 

Ms. Lisa Sealy 

Rev. Marvin B. Settle, Jr. 

Mr. Frank Shipp 
Mrs. Ginger Stanhope 
Dr. Tobie P. Stone, Jr. 
Mrs. Linda Weaver 

Dr. H. Ran Whitley 

Rev. Fred M. Williams, III 
The Yatesmen 



Holloway Street Baptist Churcl 
Mount Carmel Baptist Church 
Director, Church & Community Ministries 
Yates Baptist Association 
Pastor, West Durham Baptist Church 
Cedar Fork Baptist Church 
Holloway Street Baptist Church 
Minister of Music, Ebenezer Baptist Church 
Pastor, Bethesda Baptist Church 
Chaplain, Duke University BSU 
Pastor, Durham Memorial Baptist Church 
Watts Street Baptist Church 
Pastor, Mount Hermon Baptist Church 
Pastor, Homestead Heights Baptist Church 
Pastor, First Baptist Church 
Plainview Baptist Church 
Moderator, Angier Avenue Baptist Church 
Pastor, Red Mountain Baptist Church 
Mount Hermon Baptist Church 
Minister of Music 
Lowe's Grove Baptist Church 
Executive Director 
Richmond Baptist Association 
Associate Pastor/Minister of Music 
Bethesda Baptist Church 
Minister of Music, Yates Baptist Church 
Temple Baptist Church 
Metropolitan Missions Department 
Home Mission Board, SBC 
Ebenezer Baptist Church 
Director of Missions 
Yates Baptist Association 
Holloway Street Baptist Church 
Durham Memorial Baptist Church 
Pastor, Ebenezer Baptist Church 
Minister of Music 
Red Mountain Baptist Church 
Associate Pastor/Minister of Music 
Durham Memorial Baptist Church 
Pastor, Olive Branch Baptist Church 
Yates Baptist Association 



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MINUTES OF THE ANNUAL SESSION 
YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

OCTOBER 26-27, 1988 
FIRST SESSION 

The 39th Annual Session of the Yates Baptist Association began on Monday 
evening, October 26, 1987 at 7:00 p.m., at the West Durham Baptist Church with a 
mini-concert by the youth choir of this church. The theme of the session this 
year was "The Association: Churches Growing Together". 

Moderator Crate Jones called the meeting to order at 7:20 p.m. and 
recognized Rev. Tobie Stone to report for the Annual Meeting Committee. Rev. 
Stone, chairman of this committee, moved the adoption of the printed program 
with one change: following the recognition of new pastors and staff persons, 
Rev. Settle will read the Proposed Constitutional Changes that will be voted on 
at the Tuesday morning meeting. This motion was seconded by Rev. Ernest Ferrell 
and vote carried. 

Rev. Stone also moved that the messengers registered thus far and any 
additional messengers registered tomorrow constitute messengers of the 39th 
Annual Session. Seconded by Rev. Deryl Holliday and vote carried. 

The congregation then sang, "Brethren, We Have Met to Worship", directed 
by Dr. Ran Whitley and accompanied by Mrs. Patti Lingafelt. 

Rev. Harold Cobb, Sr., Pastor of the West Durham Baptist Church, extended 
greetings and led in prayer, including the Lord's Prayer by the congregation. 

Director of Missions Marvin B. Settle, Jr. asked that all new pastors 
and staff persons please come forward and introduce themselves; who were: 

1) Woody Massey, Pastor, Ephesus, and his wife, Shirley, who is a 
chaplain at North Carolina Memorial Hospital, Chapel Hill 

2) Cam E. Ervin, Pastor, Bahama 

3) Scott Cureton, Associate Pastor and Minister of Music, Westwood 

4) Raymond Johns, Pastor, Immanuel 

5) Earl Echols, Associate Pastor and Minister of Music and Youth, 
Ebenezer 

6) Don Chasteen, Pastor, Ridgecrest, and his wife, Scarlett, who is a 
teacher at Northern High School 

7) Lynn Bullock, Pastor, Farrington Road 

8) Mike Shumate, Pastor, Cedar Fork 

9) Don Bowden, Pastor, Lowe's Grove 

10) Ron Richardson, Minister of Education and Youth, Gorman 

11) Randy Clark, Minister of Music, Youth and Senior Adults, Calvary 

12) Norman Gossett, Pastor, Fieldcrest 

Rev. Settle then read the Recommended Changes to the Constitution, as 
printed on pages 59 and 60 of the Book of Reports, which will be voted on 
Tuesday morning. These changes eliminate four committees and combines them into 
a committee called Missions Development Program. This new arrangement is in 
keeping with the organizational chart as recommended by the Home Mission Board 
to go into effect by 1990. The Yates Association Board and Executive Committee 
have both approved these changes. The recommended changes are as follows: 



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REPORT OF THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE 



RECOMMENDED CHANGES - CONSTITUTION 

Bylaws: 

Delete: Article I, Section 4 - Community Ministries 

Article I, Section 9 - Interfaith Witness 
Article I, Section 11 - Missions 
Article I, Section 18 - Student Work 



Constitution: 

Amend: Article IX, Section 4 - last sentence 

"The Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian may not serve more than three years 
in succession" 

to 

"The Clerk and Treasurer may not serve more than three years in succession. 
The Parliamentarian is appointed annually by the Moderator". 
Amend: Article X, Section 1 

The Associational Board shall consist of the general officers, the leaders 
of the Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Brotherhood, 
Missions Development, Music, The Associational Church Media Organization ... 
(underlined words added). 

Amend: second paragraph: 

"The Associational Directors of Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's 
Missionary Union, Brotherhood, Music and TACMO may not serve more than four 
years in succession" 

to 

"The Associational Directors of Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's 
Missionary Union, Brotherhood, Missions Development, Music and TACMO are elected 
for a four-year term and are eligible for re-election". 

Amend: Article X, Section 3 

"The Associational Board shall have an Executive Committee composed of the 
Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Chairman of the 
Trustees, Directors of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's 
Missionary Union, Music, and The Associational Church Media Organization, the 
Chairman of Camp, Community Ministries, Evangelism, Finance, Missions, and 
Personnel committees, two pastors elected at large, and the Director of Missions. 

This committee shall meet periodically between sessions of the Associational 
Board, work to correlate the activities and emphases of the various groups, plan 
a tentative calendar to be approved by the May Board Meeting and to be 
recommended for adoption to the annual session of the Association, interpret 
policy as needed by the Director of Missions, and strive for a smooth operation 
of the Associational Program. 

This committee shall employ, with the approval of the Board of the Associa- 
tion, a Director of Missions and shall exercise general supervision of his work. 
The committee shall perform such other duties and services as the Board or 
Association may direct." 



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to 

"The Associational Board shall have an administrative arm known as the 
Executive Committee, chaired by the Moderator and composed of the Moderator, 
Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Chairman of Trustees, Chairmen 
of Audit, Camp, Constitution, Finance, Public Relations, Nominations, Personnel 
and Radio & TV committees, two pastors at large, and the Director of Missions. 

This committee shall meet periodically between sessions of the Associational 
Board, to handle administrative details with the Director of Missions, interpret 
policy as needed by the Director of Missions, and strive for a smooth operation 
of the Associational Program. 

This committee shall employ, with the approval of the Board of the Associa- 
tion, a Director of Missions and shall exercise general supervision of his work. 
The committee shall perform such other duties and services as the Board or 
Association may direct." 

Add: Article X, Section 4 

"The Associational Board shall have a programming arm known as the Associa- 
tional Council, chaired by the Director of Missions and consisting of Directors 
of Sunday School, Church Training, Music, Woman's Missionary Union, Brotherhood, 
Missions Development, Evangelism, Stewardship, TACMO, Youth, Christian Life, 
Seminary Extension, Deacons, and Ministerial Care. 

This Council shall meet quarterly to correlate the activities, programs, 
and emphases of the various organizations, plan a tentative calendar to be 
approved by the May Board Meeting and by the annual session of the Association. 

This Council keeps individual programming in perspective by keeping sight 
of the whole program, purpose, and goals of the association. The Council 
provides the means whereby the association can have a comprehensive, 
well-balanced program, custom-designed to reflect the goals and priorities of 
the association." 

Renumber Bylaws 

Respectfully submitted, 

E. Hugh 0' Shields, Chairman 



Dr. Larry L. Rose from the Home Mission Board in Atlanta, who was to 
bring the inspirational message for this meeting, was introduced by Rev. Settle. 

Mrs. Betty Eagle of the Holloway Street Church sang, "0 Lord Most Holy", 
accompanied by Mrs. Phyllis Anderson. 

Dr. Rose brought an informative message on the heritage and history of 
Southern Baptists. He said our greatest challenge today is ministering in our 
cities, and gave staggering statistics of the need. 

"I Love To Tell The Story" was sung by the congregation. 

Before Rev. Settle presented his Director of Missions Report, he led in 
prayer, remembering Grey Stone Church in the death of Louise Garrard, who was 
the church secretary for 40 years, and Karol Newboult in the loss of her mother. 
He then gave his report, listed on pages 68-70. To highlight parts of his 



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report: He is in the process of certification with the Baptist Sunday School 
Board as a consultant in Church Long Range Planning, and would like for all 
churches to engage in this activity before 1990, when our association will again 
undertake Long Range Planning. In February, 1988, he also plans to start taking 
the training for PACT certification. 

Major emphases for 1988 will be: 

1) Deacons Training Workshop - March 29 

2) Lay Evangelism School - April 14-16 

3) Associational Emphasis Week - May 16-22 

4) Multi-Family Housing Conference - September 26-27 

5) Day Camp for Inner City Children - All Summer 

6) Fortieth Anniversary Celebration of Yates Baptist Association 

Last week he received a call from Winston-Salem from a trustee of an 
Independent Baptist Church regarding the Markham Avenue Baptist Church in 
Durham. The caller wanted to know if Yates Baptist Association would be 
interested in this property in the event this church should cease to operate. 
They want to be sure that it would be used for church property only. Today he 
received a copy of the deed signed by the Markham Avenue Baptist Church in which 
they have deeded this property to the Yates Baptist Association under the 
following conditions: 

"Said property is to be used for church purposes only. If said parcel 
is sold, conveyed or transferred by purpose other than the purchase of a new 
church facility, the Yates Baptist Association of the Southern Baptist Convention 
of Durham, North Carolina shall assume title to this parcel of land." 

Rev. Settle wanted to know how this should be handled. 

Mr. Ralph Faulkner moved to accept; seconded by Mrs. Geraldine Mitchell; 
vote carried. 

Mrs. Faye Bassett gave her report as Director of Church and Community 
Ministries, as printed on pages 70-73, which indicates that she also has been 
busy this year. 

Rev. Julian Motley requested help from someone who could speak Spanish 
to help him communicate with a migrant worker in his community, and this was 
taken care of. 

The benediction was given by Rev. Ray Cumbie at 9:05 p.m. 
SECOND SESSION 

The second meeting of this session was held Tuesday morning, October 27, 
1987, at the Homestead Heights Baptist Church and began with an organ prelude. 

Rev. Marvin B. Settle, Jr. welcomed everyone and introduced Mr. Frank 
Shipp, the Vice Moderator, who called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. 

The hymn, "Praise Him! Praise Him!" was sung by the congregation, 
directed by Dr. Ran Whitley and accompanied by Mrs. Patti Lingafelt. 

Dr. Larry 0. Harper, Pastor of the host church, extended greetings, gave 
directions concerning the lunch, and led in prayer. 



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Rev. Fred Williams, director of Sunday School, reviewed his report on 
pages 52 and 53 and moved its adoption. Vote carried. 

Mrs. Ginger Stanhope, director of Church Training, reviewed her report 
on page 53 and stressed "M Night" that's coming up November 23, 1987 at Grace 
Church. This is an important event and Mr. Fred Anderson from Richmond will be 
here . She moved that this report be accepted. Vote carried. 

Dr. Ran Whitley, director of the Music Council, presented his report of 
pages 56 and 57 and announced that next year's annual meeting will include mass 
choirs by the youth, children and adults. He moved the adoption of this report. 
Vote carried. 

Mrs. Sandy Harrison, WMU Director, presented the WMU report on pages 
54-56 and moved its adoption. Vote carried. 

In the absence of Mr. Edwin Couch, director of the Brotherhood, Dr. 
Charles Harris moved the adoption of its report on page 54; seconded by Mrs. 
Sandy Harrison; vote carried. 

Rev. Hugh 0' Shields, chairman of the Constitution Committee, discussed 
the recommended changes to the constitution on pages 59 and 60 that were read at 
the Monday night meeting. In order to adhere to the guidelines set forth by the 
Home Mission Board, they recommend deleting four committees and combining their 
function into one committee called Missions Development Program. They also 
recommend dividing the association into an Executive Committee and an Associa- 
tional Council, as shown on the chart in the back of the Book of Reports. These 
changes have been approved by the Executive Committee and the Associational 
Board. Rev. 0' Shields moved the adoption of this report. 

Mrs. Velma Ferrell questioned what would become of the Student Work and 
was advised that this would be incorporated into the new committee. 

Vote on the above motion carried. 

Dr. Charles Harris, chairman, presented the report of the Missions 
Committee as shown on page 62. He advised that the Multi-Family Housing 
Conference has now been scheduled for September 26 and 27, 1988, and the Southern 
Baptist Chapel of Chapel Hill has been organized. He moved the adoption of this 
report. Vote carried. 

Mr. Chris Hamlet, chairman of the Camp Committee, said he regretted that 
the long-range plans for the camp about three years ago had not been met, but 
they are still restricted by the water and sewer problems. Nevertheless, some 
small improvements have been made and he moved the adoption of the report on 
page 58. Vote carried. 

Mrs. Velma Ferrell, chaplain of the Baptist Student Ministry at Duke 
University, shared some interesting facts on what some of the alumni are doing. 
The Yates Baptist Association helps support this ministry at Duke, University of 
North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and North Carolina Central University in Durham, 
and they are grateful. Rev. Robert Phillips serves at UNC and John Kent, an 
intern, is working with him. Affirmation of this report carried with a big 
"yes". 

Moderator Crate Jones moved the adoption of the Executive Committee's 
report on pages 50-52 and vote carried. 



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Dr. Gerald Goodwin, chairman of the Personnel Committee, had nothing but 
praise for the staff and moved the adoption of this committee's report on page 
63. Vote carried. 

The report of the General Board as shown on page 91 was moved for 
adoption by Rev. Jerry Harper, chairman, and vote carried. 

The report of the Audit Committee on pages 75-78 was discussed by Mr. 
Larry Giles, a member of the committee, and moved for adoption. Vote carried. 

Dr. Larry Harper, chairman of the Finance Committee, moved the adoption 
of the Annual Financial Statement on pages 79-81 and the Financial Summary 
through September 30, 1987 on pages 82-84. Vote carried. 

Dr. Harper also discussed the report of the Stewardship Committee on 
pages 66-67 and the 1988 Ministry Action Budget on pages 85-87. He was so 
pleased with the commitments made as a result of "The Association Great 
Challenge" meeting in September that he feels very optimistic about reaching the 
proposed budget for 1988. He moved the adoption of this budget, with final 
approval at the February 1988 board meeting. Vote carried. 

The Finance Committee also moved adoption of their recommendation on 
page 87 of establishing camper scholarships for the day camp, and vote carried. 
Dr. Harper closed his presentations with a challenge to the churches to support 
the association and led in a prayer of commitment. 

With the committee reports taken care of, it was time for some 
miscellaneous business. Mrs. Faye Bassett announced that the Red Cross 
Bloodmobile will be at Durham Memorial Baptist Church on Saturday, December 12, 
1987, co-sponsored by the church and Yates Baptist Association. Mr. David 
Rigsbee gave a personal testimony of how his life has been saved by the receiving 
of blood donated by others, and expressed his deep appreciation. They hope they 
will have a great response to this most worthy cause. 

Mrs. Ruth Cooke made us aware of the Senior Adult Advisory Committee 
that meets on the fourth Monday of the month at the Resource Center. This 
committee can help adults and others get the help they need. 

Dr. Clay Warf presented the following motion: 

"I move that the messengers to the annual session of the Yates 
Baptist Association meeting at Homestead Heights Baptist Church Tuesday, October 
27, 1987, instruct our Director of Missions to write a letter on our behalf to 
President Randall Lolley and Dean Morris Ashcraft of Southeastern Baptist 
Theological Seminary expressing our deep gratitude to them for their exemplary 
leadership and untiring service to Southern Baptists and the cause of Christ 
through Southeastern, and expressing our deep regret that they feel unable to 
serve in their present capacities any longer." 

Motion seconded by Rev. Forest Gale. 

During the discussion a suggestion was made that if it was voted to send 
the above letter, that a copy be sent to the "Biblical Recorder". It was also 
pointed out that if a copy was sent to this publication, it could be interpreted 
as a political move. Rev. Bare moved that a separate vote be taken regarding 
sending a copy to the "Biblical Recorder"; seconded by Rev. Ernest Ferrell. 

Rev. Fred Williams made an amendment that if the original motion passed, 
a copy not be sent to the "Biblical Recorder"; seconded by Rev. Ernest Ferrell. 



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A vote on the amendment - not to send a copy to the "Biblical Recorder" - 
passed with some "nos". 

The original motion was state again and vote carried with some "nos." 

The Vice Moderator then recognized any representatives from the Baptist 
State Convention: 

Mr. Russell Gray of Interfaith Witness was present. 

Inasmuch as the meeting was getting behind schedule, the Vice Moderator 
requested a motion to extend time to 12:00 noon. Dr. Larry Harper so moved; 
seconded by Dr. Charles Harris; vote carried. 

Mr. Sam Caruthers from Meredith College thanked the association for its 
support to this school. 

Miss Lou Russell, in development of Baptist Children's Homes of North 
Carolina, Inc., extended greetings from Dr. Michael Blackwell and thanks for 
support to this agency. 

Mr. Earl Echols and Ms. Lisa Sealy of Ebenezer Church presented the 
following special music: "In Moments Like These", "Only Jesus, Calvary's Love", 
and "More Than Wonderful" in duet. Ms. Sealy sang "Whatever It Takes", and Mr. 
Echols sang "People Need The Lord". 

The hymn, "How Firm A Foundation" was sung by the congregation. 

Rev. Settle introduced Dr. Charles B. Nunn, Jr., Executive Director, 
Richmond Baptist Association, who would bring an inspirational message. 

Dr. Nunn said he wanted to see all of us the WMU Centennial in Richmond 
next May 13-14. The subject of his message was taken from Colossians 3:12-14. 
He expanded on our theme of "The Association: Churches Growing Together", by 
saying that churches in association grow together in fellowship and root 
structure; churches grow in material because of their relationship; and churches 
can grow individually, strengthened by building bridges to cross ethnic and 
economic barriers. 

Mr. Paul Dismuke gave the benediction and blessing at 12:00 noon and 
lunch was served in the Family Life and Fellowship Gymnasium. 

THIRD SESSION 

The last meeting of this session was held Tuesday evening, October 27, 
1987, at Red Mountain Baptist Church and began with an organ prelude. 

Moderator Crate Jones called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. and the 
congregation sang "To God Be The Glory", directed by Dr. Ran Whitley and accom- 
panied by Mrs. Patti Lingafelt. 

Rev. Tom Jordan, Pastor of the host church, extended greetings and led 
in prayer. He also invited everyone to stay for refreshments and fellowship 
following the meeting. 

The Yatesmen of the Yates Association sang the following: "Praise Him! 
Praise Him!", "Tell It To Jesus", and "The Rock That Is Higher Than I", under 
the direction of Rev. Ted Reed and accompanied by Rev. John Laverty. 



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Mr. Robert Atwater, chairman of the Nominations Committee, moved the 
adoption of the nominations on pages 7 and 10-14, and vote carried. 



Rev. Tobie Stone, chairman of the Annual Meeting Committee, presented 
their report on page 1 and moved its adoption. Vote carried. 



Rev. Ernest Ferrell, chairman, presented the report of the Evangelism 



Committee on page 61. He advised that Rev. Rick Hayes will be the new chairman 
of this committee and that 1990 will be another year for simultaneous revival 
emphasis. Rev. Ferrell moved the adoption of this report and vote carried. 

Rev. Tobie Stone gave a biographical sketch of Rev. Tom Jordan, who 
would bring the annual sermon a little later. 

Dr. Charles Harris read the scripture from Mark 3:1-6 and led in prayer, 
especially remembering Rev. Jordan's wife who was very ill in Duke Hospital, and 
the Associate Pastor of Red Mountain who was also ill. 

The Red Mountain Church choir presented the anthem, "I Go To The Rock", 
under the direction of Mrs. Linda Weaver. 

Rev. Tom Jordan, Pastor of Red Mountain Baptist Church, brought a timely 
and inspirational message on how people can be ministered to that are hurting 
today. He emphasized that Jesus should be first, others second, and us third. 

The congregation then sang "At The Cross". 

Miss Lois King, Clerk, advised that our registration was down this year 
from the two previous years: 426 this year, 641 in 1986 and 576 in 1985. 

There was no other miscellaneous business, and Moderator Jones said he 
appreciated Dr. Larry Harper's challenge about "dreams". 

Before Director of Missions Settle presented the special awards, he 
requested that Pastors and/or staff check over their church letters for errors. 
Quite a few of the letters didn't tally and the association office had to make 
calls to verify, and this may contribute to the decline in some of the totals. 

He then presented certificates to the following churches whose resident 
membership had increased 1096 or more in the last five years: 



A plaque was presented to Rev. Jones in appreciation for his serving as 
Moderator for the last two years, for which he received a standing ovation. 

The Lay Leader of the Year Award went to Mr. Ralph Bassett for his 
willingness and untiring efforts in many, many ways. He did a lot of volunteer 
work on the Resource Center when it was beirg built, clearing the grounds and in 
the landscaping. 



Westwood 
Ridgecrest 
Guess Road 
Berea 

Red Mountain 
Faith 

West Durham 
Hope Valley 
Homestead Heights 



9.7% 
14.4% 
15.8% 
18.8% 
23.8% 
26.2% 
38.3% 
48.9% 
96.8% 



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The Church of the Year Award was received by Edgemont Baptist Church. 
This church is located in the inner city but continues to minister to its 
membership as well as the surrounding community, and especially to the Agape 
House. 

The Minister of the Year Award went to Rev. Crate Jones. Rev. Jones has 
just retired from Angier Avenue Baptist Church after serving many years. He is 
just completing a two-year term of serving the association as Moderator. He has 
had two books published; the latest one, "Tall Truths From Short Stories", is 
just out. He and his wife plan to continue living in Durham, do some traveling, 
and be available for interim or whatever. Rev. Settle will recruit him to help 
work on a drama planned for next year's annual meeting. 

Rev. Settle expressed appreciation to West Durham, Homestead Heights and 
Red Mountain Churches for the red carpet treatment they extended for our 
meetings, and to the following churches for providing the meal: Angier Avenue, 
Berea, Bethesda, Cedar Fork, Edgemont, Good Samaritan, Homestead Heights, Hope 
Valley, Lowe's Grove, Olive Branch, Page Road, Park View and Trinity. 

He also expressed gratitude to the Annual Meeting Committee, consisting 
of Dr. Tobie Stone, Mrs. Helen Mumford, Rev. John Laverty, Mrs. Mary Zedick and 
Mrs. Nancy Lass iter. 

He reminded us that next year will be the association's 40th anniversary, 
and at the annual meeting the children, youth and adult choirs will sing, have a 
drama and Oren Bradley and Carolyn Weatherford will speak. 

He introduced the association staff - Mrs. Martie McMahon, Administrative 
Assistant; Mrs. Saundra Stallings, Office Secretary; and Mrs. Faye Bassett, in 
her new position as Director of Church and Community Ministries. 

Rev. Settle expressed appreciation to: 

The following volunteers who helped collate and put the Book of 
Reports together: Richard and Mary Beth Conover, Edgemont 

Agnes Pendley and Becky Weaver, Lakewood 
Lynda Glenn, Gorman 

Mr. Floyd Rhodes for taping our board and annual meetings. 

The Association Executive Committee and Associational Board. 

Mr. George Coggin and the people at Coggin Pontiac for providing the 
car for his use. 

All messengers who came. 

Speakers and program participants, all who gave reports. 
Rev. Tom Jordan for his message. 

Folks at Red Mountain for their hospitality and providing the 
fellowship. 

All volunteers who have served in many capacities. 
Crate, Frank Shipp and Ran Whitley for their leadership. 



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New officers - Frank Shipp, Moderator; Rev. Ernest Ferrell, Vice 
Moderator; Lois King, Clerk; and Billy Judd, Treasurer. 

Visitors and others. 

Rev. Tom Jordan then recognized and thanked our Director of Missions 
Marvin Settle for leading and directing the association, for which he received a 
standing ovation. 

Remaining standing, the congregation sang, "God Be With You" and Vice 
Moderator Frank Shipp closed the meeting with prayer at 9:00 p.m. Food and 
fellowship was then enjoyed in the fellowship hall. 



Lois King 
Clerk 



Meetings taped. 



REPORT OP THE ASSOCIATION BOARD 



The Association Board is responsible to "act for the Association in the interim 
between sessions" and to "make a full and complete report of its work at each 
annual meeting." In fulfilling its responsibility, the Board held three meetings 
during the interim. Complete minutes of these meetings are available in the 
association office; however, highlights of the meetings are as follows: 



FEBRUARY 10, 1987 



1. Adopted a revised association budget of $175,108.00. 

2. Appointed a special stewardship committee to study overall association 
stewardship. 

3. Received recommendations for officers of the association, including: 



Sunday School Director 

Church Training Director 

Woman's Missionary Union 

Brotherhood 

Music 

TACMO 



Rev. Fred Williams 
Mrs. Ginger Stanhope 
Mrs. Sandy Harrison 
Mr. Larry Clarke 
Rev. Ran Whitley 



4. Heard organizational and committee reports. 

5. Heard Director of CCM, Mrs. Faye Bassett, report on the status of her new 
work. 

6. Heard Director of Missions Report: 

a. Introduced Martie McMahon 

b. Encouraged purchase of dishes for Resource Center 

c. Announced dedication of new building on April 5 at 3:00 p.m. 

d. Announced office hours 



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MAY 19, 1987 



1. In light of several requests, the Board requested that a Resource Center 
Use Policy be studied and referred to the Board at a future meeting for 
adoption. 

2. The Nominating Committee brought the following nominations: 
Office/ 



Committee 


Term 


Name 


Church 


Moderator 


1989 


Mr. Frank Shipp 


Holloway Street 


Vice Moderator 


1989 


Rev. Ernest Ferrell 


Bethesda 


Clerk 


1988 


Miss Lois King 


Mount Hermon 


Treasurer 


1990 


Mr. Billy Judd 


First 


Parliamentarian 


1991 


Rev. Mac Bare 


Westwood 


Pastors at Large 


1988 


Dr. James Murphy 


Hope Valley 




1988 


Rev. Joe Zimmerman 


Mount Pisgah 


Sunday School 


1990 


Rev. Fred Williams 


Olive Branch 


Church Training 


1989 


Mrs. Ginger Stanhope 


Durham Memorial 


Brotherhood 


1991 






WMU 


1988 


Mrs. Sandy Harrison 


Plainview 


Music 


1990 


Rev. Ran Whitley 


Durham Memorial 


TACMO 


1991 


Mrs. Barbara Davis 


Temple 


Brotherhood Council 








Baptist Men 


1992 


Mr. Larry Bumgardner 


Temple 


Royal Ambassadors 


1992 


Mrs. Candace Black 


Bethesda 



3. Missions Committee requested approval for funds from the Baptist State 
Convention of $2,000 and $2,800. for Bahama Church. 

4. World Missions Conference scheduled for September 20-27, 1987. 

5. Missions Committee recommended: 

"The Yates Association Missions Committee recommends that our association 
transfer $1,905.03 from the new work revolving account fund to be utilized 
in the Korean Mission ministry in the Chapel Hill/Carrboro area and that 
this mission enterprise be sponsored by Yates Baptist Association." 

6. Introduced Karen Morton to work with the Olympic Sports Festival. Karen 
reported on ministry ideas for the festival. 

7. Camp Committee reported a new entrance sign had been ordered and the camp 
property would soon be "posted". 

8. Funds were approved from Savings accounts ($1,500) to be used to operate a 
Day Camp for inner city children. 

9. Approved a recommendation from the Community Ministries Committee for a Toy 
Store Ministry at Christmas. 

10. Sunday School brought information on Challenge 10/90. 

11. Brotherhood report indicated Brotherhood was being re-organized. 

12. Music Council announced a children's Music Camp will be held at Grace 
Church July 20-24* 

13. Director Of CCM, Mrs. Faye Bassett, reported: 

a-. Mission Awareness Tour 

b. Association Emphasis Week 

c. Day Camp 

d. Backyard Bible Clubs 

e. Disaster Relief Workshops 

f. New newsletter called "Personal Touch" 

14. Director of Missions reported: 

a. Participated in a study for an international center in R.T.P. 



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b. Conducted first wedding in the Resource Center on April 23 

c. Preparations underway for World Missions Conference 

d. Expressed appreciation for Biblical Recorder publication of Yates 
Association dedication for Associational Emphasis Week 

OCTOBER 13, 1987 

1. Adopted Resource Center Use Policy. 

2. Heard a report from the Personnel Committee regarding the staff evaluations 
and adopted a Personnel Policy. 

3. Approved Constitution changes to be sent on to the Annual Meeting. 

4. Received World Missions Conference report: 

1980 Report 1987 Report 

Churches Participating 21 30 

People Participating 11,678 14,572 

Recommitments 47 627 

5. Received report from Director of CCM and various committees and 
organizations. 

6. Received report from Director of Missions expressing appreciation to Mrs. 
Lois Bassett for the gift of a piano for the Resource Center. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Crate H. Jones, Moderator 



REPORT OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 

Your ASSIST (Associational Sunday School Improvement Support Team) committee has 
completed a good year in 1986-87 as we continue to promote the importance of 
enrollment, teacher training, and the Sunday School Growth Spiral. 

On February 10, some of our team members went to Winston-Salem for help in 
training the Sunday School teachers in our area. Later in March, Darlene 
Harrill took a good group to Raleigh for training in Vacation Bible School work 
and preparation for the VBS Clinic which we provided for Yates Association on 
April 28 at Homestead Heights Baptist Church. The clinic was well-attended and 
positive comments were received concerning the faculty. 

Our next major training event was held on August 25th at Grace Baptist Church. 
It was designed to offer an expanded curriculum to Sunday School teachers 
throughout our association. In addition to age-group training, we offered a 
Sunday School Literature workshop led by Robert Stewart, head of our Baptist 
State Sunday School work, sessions on how to begin college student Sunday School 
work and mentally handicapped Sunday School work, Growth Spiral training, and 
classes on finding prospects and using the Sunday School class for evangelism. 
We had one of the best faculties available; and they did not prepare in vain, 
for we had an exceptionally large number of Yates Association church members 
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Throughout the year, Ron Harrison, our Growth Spiral consultant, was busy giving 
seminars at those churches requesting help. He is especially to be commended 
for the time he has given to our churches and for the zeal which he shows for 
the Lord's work. 

At the May Board Meeting of the Association, a motion was presented to set an 
Associational Sunday School Enrollment Goal of 21,000 by 1990. This motion 
passed unanimously. Though it may seem like a large goal, we must remember how 
fast the Durham/Chapel Hill/Carrboro area is growing; and we must also remember 
that we have enough resident members on our church rolls who are not in Sunday 
School to surpass this goal without even leaving the church doors. Each church 
has been given a suggested goal to help meet our overall goal. Periodic updates 
will be presented to the association to show how each church is doing in reaching 
out to enroll new persons in life changing Bible study. 

We give thanks to God for enabling these events to come together and for His 
great grace that shows forth strength and success even in our weakness. We 
beseech His help and your prayers as we continue to move forward in the days 
ahead. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Fred M. Williams, III, Director 



REPORT OF CHURCH TRAINING 

Many exciting things have been going on in Church Training this past year. 

I was delighted to get to go to Key Leadership again this year, and enjoyed it 

very much. The theme was "Living in the Spirit". Thanks for allowing me to go. 

As always, we are proud of our participants in the Bible Drill. They were: 
Christy Clayton, Christy Coates, Karla Lawson, Kellie 0' Shields, Ashley Weston, 
and Brian Williams. They are all from Bethesda Baptist Church, and are all 
state winners! 

We have been planning all year toward M Night. This is going to be spectacular. 
It will be Novebmer 23, 1987 at Grace Baptist Church. 

I look forward to serving another exciting year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Ginger Stanhope, Director 



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REPORT OF THE BROTHERHOOD 



In 1987-88, Baptist Brotherhood as known today will have a significant change - 
I think for the best. The divisions of the new Brotherhood are so that men of 
all ages can "plug-in" to a particular interest area with men of their own ages. 
The most significant change is in the Older Pioneer/ Young Baptist Men area. No 
more will there be a group called Older Pioneers. The boys in grades 10-12 will 
now become High School Baptist Young Men with a brand new program developed 
especially for that age group. Crusaders will still be grades 1-6 with Pioneers 
now being grades 7-9. Baptist Young Men will be ages 18-34, Baptist Men will be 
ages 35-65, and Senior Baptist Men will be 65 years old plus. 

There is new emphasis in each of these groups this year with volunteer committees 
to plan associational leadership and promotional events for boys and men. You 
will want to be a part of Brotherhood including all aspects of the Baptist Men's 
program or the Royal Ambassadors program. 

As your past Brotherhood Director, I have enjoyed being involved and working 
with so many capable people in many ministry areas. I thank Larry Clarke 
(Yates) and Bryce Bates (Grey Stone) for their capable leadership in Baptist Men 
and Royal Ambassadors. 

I trust the support and enthusiasm experienced in my relationship with the Yates 
Association Brotherhood membership will continue and "mushroom" in 1988 with our 
new leaders. The new associational leadership is Rev. Donald L. Bowden as 
Brotherhood Director, Mr. Larry Bumgardner as Baptist Men's President, and Mrs. 
Candace Black as Royal Ambassadors Director. Pray for these individuals as they 
provide leadership for us next year. Also, call the Yates Association office for 
help with your RA/Baptist Men organization. 

We are also very privileged to have our N. C. Baptist Men's Director, Mr. David 
Langford, working with us to help us build the men and boys' programs in the 
Yates Association. There appears to be some exciting times ahead for all of our 
men and boys. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. Edwin Couch, Director 

REPORT OF WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Three words describe Yates Baptist Association Woman's Missionary Union in 
1986-87. They are committed, motivated and moving, and what a year this has 
been. The excitement and joy of missions work in our association is very 
evident in the Yates Woman's Missionary Union. Through the next paragraphs I 
hope you will get a vision of all that God is doing through W.M.U. 

Our theme has been "Gifted to"- Serve, Called to Act" taken from 1 Peter 4:10. We 
know that at the moment of birth into the Kingdom of God, we are given gifts to 
serve God and our f ellowman. We are to put these gifts into act ion as we serve. 
This year Yates Association W.M.U. has truly put this verse into our lives. 

In October Toni Clarke, Association G.A. Director, and Assistant Nora Whitley 
led a Girls in Action Mission Field Day for G.A.'s and their fathers. The 
blessings of the Field Day are still apparent in the fathers and girls. This 
month also brought a new event for Yates Association, the Foreign Mission Study 
Institute. There were over twenty churches represented at the institute at the 
teachers of all age levels were led in methods of teaching the Foreign Mission 
Study. 



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November was the month for the Baptist Womens World Day of Prayer. Baptist 
Women prayed at Guess Road Church in the morning and Mount Gilead Church in the 
evening. What a joy as black and white sisters of Baptist Women in this associa- 
tion knelt at the feet of Jesus and prayed for a lost world. 

As W.M.U. all over the state of North Carolina ministers to Woman's Prison of 
Raleigh, Yates W.M.U. has the honor of providing homemade cookies each Christmas. 
December of this year the response of Yates WMU members was overwhelming as we 
were able to take a car load of cookies to the prison. 

January came, and we were all set to offer witnessing training. This was a joint 
effort of W.M.U. and the Evangelism Committee called "Share Family Witnessing". 
The snow changed our plans and W.M.U. will take part in the Lay Witnessing 
Training in April of the new year. During the regular council meeting in 
January, the council had the joy of inviting church W.M.U. Directors from the 53 
churches of the Yates Association to the meeting. The church directors came to 
fellowship and see how their Associational W.M.U. Council works to lead the 
organization in missions. A Home Mission Study Institute was offered this 
month. This institute proved to be well attended and one of the best ever. We 
give God the glory. The Mission Friend Directors and the G.A. Directors were 
invited to several churches to lead the Home Mission Study. 

February brought W.M.U. Focus Week and Mission Friends in Stitches. During 
Focus Week, as well as many times during the year, I, as director, have been 
able to speak about missions in many of our Yates churches. 

Sheila Durham, Mission Friends Director, and Alice Bates led Mission Friends in 
Stitches in February. This event, held at Holloway Street, taught Mission 
Friend Leaders the art of quilting. 

April blew in with a fantastic Girls in Action Mission Fair. The Fair presented 
booths from twelve churches, twenty churches were represented, and over 175 
G.A.'s and parents came to enjoy Home Missionary Neal Peyton and Foreign Mission- 
ary Donna Hagewood. 

The Yates W.M.U. Annual TVIeeting was held at Temple Baptist Church in April. The 
meeting emphasized ministry and love. Those attending were surprised to see a 
sad, dirty, ragged man lying on the lawn as they entered the church. This 
person was a reminder to all who attended that we must minister to those in need 
in our area. Then, Mrs. Delene Russell, Case Worker for the Gaston Baptist 
Association, spoke about ministry and Mrs. Pat Frazier of Greensboro portrayed 
the life and character of Annie Armstrong. There were more than 300 people in 
attendance and three associations were represented. This annual meeting will 
not be forgotten. 

May brought a Mission Act ion/ Prayer Retreat at the Yates Resource Center. This 
event was led by Faye Bassett, Augusta Hockaday and Sandy Harrison. The 
challenge of ministry and the unity of those who prayed for missions gave 
everyone in attendance a new vision of the work that needs to be done in our 
area. Also, this month W.M.U. was a part of the Association Mission Fair during 
Emphasis Week. 

June, July and August are months that were filled with prayer, planning, and 
training. In June the council drew aside for a time of prayer and July was 
yearly planning month. The council spent a day at Caraway Conference Center and 
a week at Ridgeerest for training in August. This prepared them to lead the 
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Acteen Director, Carol Roycroft, and new assistant Cathy Sawaya had a great 
L.A.F. (Leaders of Acteens Fellowship) during August. The L.A.F. was held at 
Olive Branch Church with six churches represented. This fellowship was a time 
of planning, setting goals, sharing ideas, and enjoying the fellowship of all 
church Acteens Leaders. 

At the reading of this report the Associational W.M.U. Leadership Conference or 
"SALT TALKS" will have been held in September at Bethesda Baptist Church. This 
conference was led by 15 directors and assistants and offered training for every 
age level officer and leader. The training also included W.M.U. Director, 
Centennial Chairman, Mission Action Director, Enlistment/Enlargement and W.M.U. 
Secretary. The conference concluded with a wonderful salad luncheon given by 
Bethesda Church. 

Colossians 1:28 says, "We proclaim Him, admonishing and teaching everyone with 
all wisdom so that we may present everyone perfect in Christ. Woman's Missionary 
Union is committed, motivated and moving. We are proclaiming Christ, admonishing 
and teaching that we are all called — called to be on mission. Whether on the 
home or foreign field, whether volunteer or career, missions is a life-style. 
W.M.U. leads, teaches, ministers, gives and prays because this is our calling. 
As Paul, it is our hope to be a part of presenting souls perfect in Christ. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Sandy Harrison, Director 



REPORT OF THE MUSIC COUNCIL 

This year proved to be very productive and fruitful for the music ministry of 
Yates Association. The Music Council planned and executed various programs and 
events designed to reach people, strengthen the music ministry of local churches 
and promote fellowship throughout the association. The highlights of the 
1986-87 year include: 

1) a children's musical production of Go Tell It! The Message Is Love at the 
Monday evening session of the 1986 annual meeting. Dr. Michael Hawn, Professor 
of Church Music at Southeastern Seminary, directed the event with over 75 
children present. 

2) a youth musical production of Surrender under the direction of Ted Reed at 
First Baptist Church on March 14, 1987. Over 100 youth participated with 12 
churches represented. The message of the musical had a profound impact on both 
the audience and the choir. 

3) music for the dedication of the Yates Resource Center on April 5, 1987. The 
choir from Durham Memorial brought the anthem. The handbell ringers from Grey 
Stone rang several selections. A brass ensemble consisting of Yates ministers 
performed. The contribution of music greatly enhanced the worshipful nature of 
the occasion. 

4) a music leaders' fellowship banquet on May 26, 1987 at Ridgecrest Baptist 



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Church. Dr. Michael Hawn shared a light program. Burke Raper from Grace 
brought devotions and a personal word of testimony. Music leadership resources 
from the Sunday School Board were made available. Over 75 people were in 
attendance representing 21 churches. 

5) a children's choir day camp co-sponsored with Grace Church and directed by 
Burke Raper on July 20-24. Guest clinicians were Michael Hawn and Ramona 
Prestwood from Enfield, N. C. The highlight of the week was a concert on July 
25 which was broadcast on Durham Cable Channel 8. The older children presented 
a musical, The Builders. Over 130 children were present with 30 churches 
represented. Unchurched children in attendance had an opportunity to hear the 
presentation of the Gospel. 

6) an adult musical production of 2000 A.D. directed by Ran Whitley. This 
missionary message was presented in conjunction with the World Mission Rally 
held at First Baptist Church on September 19, 1987. Participating churches 
formed a mass choir with 10 churches represented. 

Next year also promises to be a productive season in ministry. Listed below are 
the scheduled events for 1988: 

1) Adult Choir Festival . . . March 15, 1988 

2) Volunteer Directors' School . . . May 31, 1988 

3) Children's Choir Day Camp . . . July 18-23, 1988 

4) Music Leaders' Fellowship Banquet . . . August 23, 1988 

5) Mass Youth Choir Production . . . October 24, 1988 

The Music Council of Yates Association continues to be one of the most active and 
enthusiastic in the state. I would like to extend my personal appreciation to 
the members of the council for their labor in associational music ministry and 
their support of the various programs and events. Their professionalism, 
competence and calling to the Gospel ministry are to be highly commended. It is 
a pleasure and a blessing to serve with them. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Ran Whitley, Director 

TACMO REPORT 

"Media Libraries... Touching Lives to Enhance Witnessing" was the theme this year 
for The Associational Church Media Library Organization. A planning session was 
held by the officers in September to set goals for 1986-87. Priority was placed 
on training media library workers and encouraging them to attend courses needed 
to earn the Media Services Diploma. Thirteen people are presently enrolled in 
the diploma program. 

Four meetings were held during the year. Program topics included a discussion 
of selection aids, promotion suggestions, book reviews, and a tour of the Yates 
Resource Center. Several librarians attended workshops on the following Study 
Course Books: How to Classify and Catalog Media, Promotion Handbook, and A 
Church Media Library at Work. ~~ — - — 

TACMO distributed a bibliography on Bible Study Helps at the Annual Meeting in 
October, participated in the Open House at the April dedication of the Resource 
Center, prepared an exhibit for Associational Emphasis Week in May, and helped 
with the reorganization of two church libraries. Four librarians attended the 
Church Media Library Conference in June at Ridgecrest. 

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for library workers, sponsoring training events, promoting the establishment of 
new libraries, improving existing libraries, and maintaining the Associational 
Library. The appropriate use of resources will help to equip Christians for 
witnessing and ministering. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Clara J. Crabtree, Director 



REPORT OF THE CAMP COMMITTEE 

While long-range plans for the camp remain on hold, the Camp Committee has moved 
ahead with repairs and improvements previously planned. The camp property has 
now been registered with the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, and 
signs have been posted along the camp boundaries and at the camp entrance, at the 
lodge, at the shelter, etc. The signs indicate that the camp is owned by the 
association and carry the statement "Hunting and fishing prohibited without entry 
permit from the Association". It is hoped that registration of the camp property 
will help to protect the camp and members of the association who use it while 
keeping unauthorized use to a minimum. 

A long-needed sign has recently been erected at the camp entrance. The sign is 
located across the highway (NC 98) from the camp entrance and can be seen for 
more than a quarter of a mile when approaching the camp from the direction of 
Durham. The prominent location of the sign should help anyone looking for the 
camp to find it and to enter the camp property with a greater degree of safety 
than has recently been possible. 

At the lodge, five (5) ceiling fans were installed during the summer to help in 
dealing with the very warm and humid weather we have faced. Fluorescent light 
fixtures have been repaired or replaced as needed. A new refrigerator installed 
in the kitchen has better equipped the lodge for food storage and handling. And 
three (3) picnic tables outside the lodge have been repaired and are now in good 
condition. 

During the summer, for the first time in a number of years, the association 
sponsored a day camp program that was directed by Faye Bassett. It is the hope 
of the Camp Committee that there will be more use of the camp for such programs 
sponsored by the association or by member churches. 

Camp Caretaker Dale Baker and his wife, Lynn, again invite you to visit and use 
the camp. They offer to help you in any way possible. Please do use the camp 
and feel free to give us your comments and suggestions for improvement. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Chris C. Hamlet, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE COMMUNITY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

This report will conclude my final responsibility as a member and Chairman of 
the Community Ministries Committee. It has been a year of pleasant work among 
the committee. Seven times we have met and as Chairman I have attended six of 
those meetings. 



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The addition of Mrs. Faye Bassett as Director of Church and Community Ministries 
has covered a broad spectrum of this vital area of ministry by the association. 
Her report to the association of the past year will reflect how our churches are 
ministering in the name of the association to human need in a redemptive manner 
through her dedicated and caring leadership. This association is reaching out 
and touching a lot of someones through a vital community ministry. 

This brief report would not be complete without my personal appreciation to Mrs. 
Bassett and every member of the committee for their contribution toward our 
committee's work during the past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Everette J. Smith, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE 
RECOMMENDED CHANGES - CONSTITUTION 

Bylaws: 

Delete: Article I, Section 4 - Community Ministries 

Article I, Section 9 - Interfaith Witness 
Article I, Section 11 - Missions 
Article I, Section 18 - Student Work 



Constitution: 

Amend: Article IX, Section 4 - last sentence 

"The Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian may not serve more than three years 
in succession" 

to 

"The Clerk and Treasurer may not serve more than three years in succession. 
The Parliamentarian is appointed annually by the Moderator". 
Amend: Article X, Section 1 

The Associational Board shall consist of the general officers, the leaders 
of the Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Brotherhood, 
Missions Development, Music, The Associational Church Media Organization ... 
(underlined words added). 

Amend: second paragraph: 

"The Associational Directors of Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's 
Missionary Union, Brotherhood, Music and TACMO may not serve more than four 
years in succession" 

to 

"The Associational Directors of Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's 
Missionary Union, Brotherhood, Missions Development, Music and TACMO are elected 
for a four-year term and are eligible for re-election". 

Amend: Article X, Section 3 

"The Associational Board shall have an Executive Committee composed of the 
Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Chairman of the 



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Trustees, Directors of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's 
Missionary Union, Music, and The Associational Church M,edia Organization, the 
Chairman of Camp, Community Ministries, Evangelism, Finance, Missions, and 
Personnel committees, two pastors elected at large, and the Director of Missions. 

This committee shall meet periodically between sessions of the Asspciational 
Board, work to correlate the activities and emphases of the various groups, plan 
a tentative calendar to be approved by the May Board Meeting and to be 
recommended for adoption to the annual session of the Association, interpret 
policy as needed by the Director of Missions, and strive for a smooth operation 
of the Associational Program. 

This committee shall employ, with the approval of the Board of the Associa- 
tion, a Director of Missions and shall exercise general supervision of his work. 
The committee shall perform such other duties and services as the Board or 
Association may direct." 

to 

"The Associational Board shall have an administrative arm known as the 
Executive Committee, chaired by the Moderator and composed of the Moderator, 
Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Chairman of Trustees, Chairmen 
of Audit, Camp, Constitution, Finance, Public Relations, Nominations, Personnel 
and Radio & TV committees, two pastors at large, and the Director of Missions. 

This committee shall meet periodically between sessions of the Associational 
Board, to handle administrative details with the Director of Missions, interpret 
policy as needed by the Director of Missions, and strive for a smooth operation 
of the Associational Program. 

This committee shall employ, with the approval of the Board of the Associa- 
tion, a Director of Missions and shall exercise general supervision of his work. 
The committee shall perform such other duties and services as the Board or 
Association may direct." 

Add: Article X, Section 4 

"The Associational Board shall have a programming arm known as the Associa- 
tional Council, chaired by the Director of Missions and consisting of Directors 
of Sunday School, Church Training, Music, Woman's Missionary Union, Brotherhood, 
Missions Development, Evangelism, Stewardship, TACMO, Youth, Christian Life, 
Seminary Extension, Deacons, and Ministerial Care. 

This Council shall meet quarterly to correlate the activities, programs, 
and emphases of the various organizations, plan a tentative calendar to be 
approved by the May Board Meeting and by the annual session of the Association. 

This Council keeps individual programming in perspective by keeping sight 
of the whole program, purpose, and goals of the association. The Council 
provides the means whereby the association can have a comprehensive, 
well-balanced program, custom-designed to reflect the goals and priorities of 
the association." 

Renumber Bylaws 

Respectfully submitted, 

E. Hugh 0' Shields, Chairman 



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REPORT OF THE DEACONS COMMITTEE 



The Deacons Committee did not plan a deacon's workshop for 1987. However, we 
feel we have a super workshop planned for 1988. This workshop is scheduled for 
March 29 from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m., tentatively scheduled for First Baptist Church. 
Workshops and leaders will be: 



Spiritual Growth of the Deacon 
Deacon Family Ministry Plan 
Deacon's Responding to the Gospel 
Putting Deacons' Spiritual Gifts 
to Work 

Deacon's Ministering to the Cancer 
Victim and Family 



Rev. Bob Weatherly 
Mrs. Rosie Hampton 
Dr. James Travis 
Mr. Eddie Hammett 
Dr. Frank Zedick 

Dr. Wes Aitken 



Watch for future newsletter articles for more details on this conference. 



Respectfully submitted, 

Bill Burch 

Hazel Pickett 

Joe Bostic 

Bobbie Smith 

Ron Harrison, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

The Evangelism Committee of the Association each year seeks ways and means of 
encouraging and promoting evangelism in our local churches. At times we seek to 
promote some things that we can do collectively as an association to make an 
impact on our community. Such was the effort in 1986 called "Good News America". 
A member of the Evangelism Committee attends the Key Leadership Conference at 
Ridgecrest each year in an effort to receive some information and inspiration 
that can be passed on to the churches. If we are to continue to be the New 
Testament churches we are called to be, we must keep evangelism in the forefront 
of all we plan and do. 

We try to have one main event during the year to assist our churches in promoting 
evangelism and keeping evangelism as a number one priority. The event we had 
this year had to be cancelled due to snow. We tried on several occasions to 
reschedule the event but were unable to do so. We were co-sponsoring this with 
the Associational W.M.U., and we regret that this event was not possible. 
Target group evangelism was the big push from our convention evangelism leaders 
for 1987. We trust that each church will survey the area around your church and 
target some "special needs" group that you can share the Gospel with. 

1988 is "The Year of the Laity" and the evangelism department plans to capitalize 
on this and promote evangelism among our lay people as a life style. 

1990 will be another year for a nation-wide simultaneous revival all across our 
convention. My prayer is that God will bless each church as you engage in 
personal evangelism. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ernest H. Ferrell, Chairman 



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REPORT OF THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE 



The Missions Committee has been involved in a variety of vital activities and 
ministries this year. 

We have provided recommendations to assist Leesville Road, Bahama, and New 
Jerusalem Baptist Churches in receiving loans and pastoral assistance as 
requested. 

Assistance has been given to several churches involved in long-range planning. 
Dr. Truman Brown, Sunday School Board Consultant, returned in May of 1987 to 
offer his expertise in this area. It is the Missions Committee's dream that 
every church in our association will complete long-range planning over the next 
couple of years. 

The Multi-Family Housing Conference was cancelled due to a calendar conflict 
with the Key Leadership Conference at Ridgecrest. The committee desires to 
reschedule a similar conference in September of 1988. 

We participated in the association Missions Fair by providing a missions booth 
prepared by Carol Roy croft. 

We assisted Bahama Church in its pastoral transition. 

We participated in the Olympic Sports Festival (July 15-26, 1987). Karen Morton 
served as our coordinator in the various activities and ministries provided 
through our association of churches. (See her report for additional details.) 

We sponsored a World Missions Conference (September 20-27, 1987) with 28 churches 
participating. We had a variety of missionary speakers emphasizing foreign, 
home, state, and associational missions. 

We are currently assisting and supporting Carrboro Baptist Church in beginning a 
Korean mission in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro area. 

We are currently investigating the need and potential of beginning a church 
mission in the north Chapel Hill area. 

We are considering combining our Missions Committee and our Community Ministries 
Committee into a Missions Development Program which will bring us into line with 
the programming of the Southern Baptist Convention. This change will prevent 
many current overlaps and duplications between the present two committees. 

Thank you for praying for and supporting our committee this year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles H. Harris, Chairman 



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REPORT OF THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE 



The Ordinations Committee of Yates Baptist Association had the honor and 
privilege of meeting with and affirming for the ordination to the Gospel Ministry 
the following: 



Candidate 
Allan Admire 
Matt Brown 
Deryl Holliday, Jr. 
Lynn Peters 
Michael Shumate 
Preston Stainback 
Truett Williams 



Ordaining Church 

Bethesda 

Ephesus 

Bethesda 

Westwood 

Cedar Fork 

Gorman 

Homestead Heights 



Respectfully submitted, 
Benny Little john, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

The Personnel Committee met several times over the year and the following 
recommendations were made to the Association Board and were adopted: 

1) Because of the promotion of Mrs. Faye Bassett to a ministry position, it was 
necessary to employ a new Administrative Assistant. Mrs. Martie McMahon was 
secured for this position and began work on January 2, 1987. She has proven to 
be a valuable addition to our staff. 

2) New "Personnel Policies" were written and adopted to give direction and to 
avoid misunderstandings. 

3) We accepted the resignation of Mrs. Alice Bates as Treasurer/ Bookkeeper and 
have transferred those responsibilities to Mrs. Saundra Stallings, who is 
presently serving as Secretary. 

Annual staff reviews and performance evaluations were conducted. The Committee 
was extremely impressed with the fine staff assembled to serve the churches of 
Yates Association. Each exhibited a very positive spirit for which we are very 
grateful. 

Finally, we would strongly suggest that an ad hoc committee be formed for the 
purpose of evaluating our office equipment. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Gerald C. Goodwin, Chairman 



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REPORT OF THE PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE 



During 1986-87, a new Resource Center was built and occupied at 4800 Garrett 
Road. Many exciting things have happened to help inform our churches about the 
resources provided by this new center. It gave additional conference rooms, a 
better working space for reproduction of materials, an enlarged media center, 
and a large meeting room with kitchen for use of the churches in holding 
meetings, luncheons, or retreats. 

During Associational Emphasis Week, May 16-23, a Mission Fair was held and many 
of the associational ministries provided booths sharing the work their ministry 
provides. The following ministries provided booths: TACMO, Brotherhood, 
Woman's Missionary Union, Ministries under the umbrella of the Director of 
Church and Community Ministries, Church Relations, Interfaith Witness, Christian 
Social Ministries, Singles 30-50, Church Training, and Sunday School. The 
Resource Center was open during the week, several scheduled times at night, and 
on Saturday to provide a time for church members to come by and learn about how 
the association is using the resources provided through budgeting from the 
churches of Yates Association. Many of our church families came and brought G.A. 
groups, R.A. groups, and individuals came as well. Approximately 150 persons 
visited the center during this week. 

On Thursday, May 21, during the week of emphasis, 33 participants traveled to 
Richmond, Virginia to tour the Foreign Mission Board and three area Baptist 
Centers. This was a very informative learning experience. The churches of the 
Association were provided with printed materials to help in promoting Associa- 
tional Emphasis Week and to inform their members of needs at the Resource 
Center. An offering was taken in some of the churches. 

Also during this year a World Missions Conference was held September 20-27 with 
30 churches participating. Home, foreign, state, and associational missionaries 
visited in these churches sharing their mission ministries. On August 27, 
conferences were held at Calvary Baptist Church to aid church leaders in the 
promotion of the World Mission Conference. 



Many new and exciting activities are ahead as we, the Association and Churches, 
work together to spread the Gospel as well as minister to those in need. If you 
do not know how the Resource Center can help your church, just investigate what 
has been provided for your use. By contributing to Associational Missions 
through your church budget, we can expand our ministry and outreach in the 
Research Triangle area. Be sure to plan and become a part of the work through 
our Association's cooperative effort to reach our community for. Christ. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Dorothy Hicks, Chairman 



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REPORT OF THE SENIOR ADULTS 



The Senior Adults of the Association have enjoyed getting together for the 
quarterly meetings this past year with an average attendance of approximately 
one hundred at each meeting. This affords an opportunity for a large number to 
meet with friends from other churches in our association. Fellowship was one of 
the main reasons for organizing this group. 

Programs have been excellent, enjoyable, and informative. In November, the 
Gorman Senior Adult Choir, under the direction of Herbert Gray, presented the 
musical "The Time of Our Life". In February, Mrs. Sharon Oakley, a professional 
evangelistic music minister, presented a sacred concert. In May, Floyd and 
Margaret Rhodes showed a travelogue on "Hawaii". In August, Mrs. Edwin S. 
Coates, Executive Director of the N. C. Baptist Foundation, made an inspirational 
talk with examples of perpetual giving through the Foundation by senior adults. 
At the August meeting Rev. Crate Jones announced to the group that he was 
retiring. We would like to express to Rev. Jones our thanks for his support of 
our group by his presence at our meetings and his contribution to the fellowship. 
He indicated his desire to continue to meet with us since he will be living in 
Durham, and we are delighted to have him and his wife. 

Again, as in the past, travel has been a vital part of the activities of the 
Senior Adults. Many churches have used their vans to make trips. Also there 
have been organized tours that provided for travel in groups. Retreats at 
Caraway, Ridgecrest, and Gatlinburg have also attracted many of our group. 

We look forward to the coming year with an enlarged group of participants in the 
activities of our Senior Adults. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Floyd Rhodes, Jr., President 



REPORT OF SINGLES 30 - 50 

Singles 30-50 of the Yates Baptist Association met regularly on the second 
Saturday of each month with special activities planned at other times during the 
month. A total of 31 people participated during the year in the activities. 
Our goal is to provide fellowship, friendship and social opportunities in an 
atmosphere that promotes Christian values for Christian men and women ages 30 to 
50 who are widowed, never married, divorced, or separated. 

Activities this year have included dining out at various restaurants, movies, 
State Fair, visit to Governor's Mansion to see Christmas decorations, Living 
Christmas Tree presentation at Grey Stone Baptist Church, spaghetti supper, 
games, hiking, cookouts, homemade ice cream and trips to Clemmons State Park, 
Shearon Harris Nuclear Plant, Snow Camp for an outdoor drama, Roanoke, Virginia 
and the Blue Ridge Parkway. We look forward to having more singles in the 
association becoming involved in our activities during the coming year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Ida Morgan, Vice President 



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REPORT OF SINGLES OYER 50 



"Singles Over 50" is an organization for persons who are single by choice, 
divorced, or single because of the death of a spouse. These persons do not 
always "fit in" to the family oriented church, especially socially. "Singles 
Over 50" tries to meet a need in this area. We meet on the first Saturday of 
each month at 1:00 p.m., usually in a restaurant, occasionally in a church. This 
is a social outlet for those involved. A program is planned. Sometimes it is 
educational, other times, entertaining. 

We would like very much to reach singles in their 50's. We know there are 
persons in our churches in the age group. Churches tend not to provide socially 
for those who are in the middle age group, as they do for younger singles and 
senior adults. 

Our meetings are usually announced in the Yates Baptist Association News. 
Please look for the meeting places if you are a single over 50. 

We have enjoyed a year of fellowship together and look forward to a new year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Darlene Harrill, President 



REPORT OF THE STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE 

The Stewardship Committee met twice this year with a special ad hoc committee on 
stewardship to study associational stewardship. In 1985 and 1986, association 
gifts increased by approximately 20% each year. For 1987, projected gifts 
increase was less than 5%. Therefore, in the February Board Meeting, the budget 
was cut drastically. 

Rev. Settle conducted a study of the nine metropolitan associations in North 
Carolina. (Results of that study may be found at the conclusion of this report.) 
In essence, Yates Association ranked 7, 8, or 9 in almost every category. 
Therefore, the Stewardship Committee made five recommendations in order to see 
if we can improve this record: 

1. The association participate in a program called "The Association Great 
Challenge". That program was scheduled for September 8, 1987 at Grey Stone 
Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. 

2. That Rev. Settle and Mrs. Bassett make concerted efforts to be in every 
church in the Yates Baptist Association by the end of the year in order to make 
the association more visible to the churches. 

3. That Rev. Settle and Mrs. Bassett make themselves available to all budget 
planning committees in the Yates Baptist Association churches in order to share 
what the Yates Baptist Association is doing in missions and ministries in the 
local area. 

4. That committee chairmen, organizational leaders, and all board members 
share the work of the Yates Baptist Association with their local churches in 
order to inform the churches of the work that the association is trying to do. 



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5. That since we set as a goal for churches to strive for 496 of undesignated 
budget gifts to go to Yates Baptist Association, that we request churches not 
currently giving 2% of undesignated gifts to the Yates Baptist Association to 
attenpt a minimum of 2% of all undesignated gifts to the Yates Baptist Associa- 
tion, and to strive over future years to try to reach the 4% level. 

ASSOCIATIONAL STEWARDSHIP 8Y NUMBER OF CHURCHES 



Association 


# Church 


Res Mem 


Asn Gift 


Av Gift 


Av/Mem 


Total Rec 




Gaston 


103 


35,530 


$224,804 


$2,182.56 


$ 


6.33 


$13,721,790 


1.6 


Raleigh 


102 


42,827 


$239,674 


$2,349.75 


$ 


5.60 


$19,467,650 


1.2 


Buncombe 


91 


30,654 


$128,421 


$1,411.22 


$ 


4.19 


$10,881,760 


1.2 


Mecklenburg 


89 


40,431 


$415,184 


$4,664.99 


$10.27 


$23,432,250 


1.7 


New South River 


• 88 


21,522 


$218,000 


$2,477.27 


$10.13 


$ 9,028,850 


2.4 


Pilot Mountain 


84 


30,261 


$155,313 


$1,848.96 


$ 


5.13 


$15,197,920 


1.1 


Wilmington 


59 


20,209 


$173,011 


$2,932.39 


$ 


8.56 


$ 7,427,860 


2.3 


Yates 


53 


24,833 


$142,062 


$2,680.42 


$ 


5.72 


$10,452,390 


1.4 


Piedmont 


52 


23,771 


$187,195 


$3,599.90 


$ 


7.87 


$10,569,100 


1.7 



Respectfully submitted, 

Jerry Harper, Sr., Chairman 
Beverly Green 
Bobby Fuller 

Ad hoc Committee 
Fred Rhodes 
Gary Holmes 
Hazel Pickett 
Larry Harper 
Louise Blackwood 



REPORT OF THE YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

The Youth Committee co-sponsored with the Music Council an associational youth 
event, presenting the musical "Surrender" on March 14. The musical, presented by 
youth groups from area churches, was presented to a packed house at First Baptist 
Church. This was an exciting climax to Youth Week. 

It has been difficult to impossible for the Youth Advisory Committee to plan 
other youth activities this year because several active committee members moved 
out of town. Hopefully, 1988 will be a banner year for youth work in the Yates 
Baptist Association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Marty Tobin, Chairman 



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DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS REPORT 



Last year at this time, we were all looking forward to the completion of our 
Resource Center. Many of you came by the location to see the almost completed 
facility. Finally, on December 31, 1986, we were moving. A dream became a 
reality. 

Today, so many people have expressed appreciation and pride in our new facility. 
For many associations, it is becoming a model for other association resource 
centers. Group after group from North Carolina, Virginia, South Carolina, and 
other places have come to see our facility. 

So, now our facility is built. Now we have a place to call home. What do we do 
now? The Resource Center was not built as an end. It is not even a means 
towards an end. The Resource Center serves as a beginning: a beginning for 
cooperation at the local level. 

The year 1987 saw Faye Bassett promoted from Administrative Assistant to Director 
of Church and Community Ministries. From her report you can see that she has 
rapidly taken hold of her new position and begun some vital ministry in our area. 
You will see more of her work in her report. 

With Faye's promotion, we called Martie McMahon to be our new Administrative 
Assistant. Martie is a member of Grace Church and has been learning her tasks 
quite quickly. I believe we broke her in well with her work for this year's 
annual meeting. 

We now have a full staff consisting of Director of Missions, Director of CCM, 
Administrative Assistant, Office Secretary, and Camp Caretaker. I personally 
believe that we have the best association staff in all of North Carolina. 

So, we have a brand new facility, the best staff and new ministry. Where do we 
go from here? 

If you will permit me, let me start off with the negative and then move to the 
positive. I love my work. That's not negative, but rather a preface to what I 
need to say. I love my work with you; however, I am spending more and more of my 
time assisting churches, or staff, or members trying to resolve conflict in the 
church. 

This concept of conflict in the church is something I cannot understand. If, as 
the apostle Paul says, "The Church is the body of Christ" in the world today, how 
can there be conflict in it? When I initially look at any crisis or conflict in 
a church, I first look at that church as the body of Christ. Then I look at the 
source of the conflict to try to determine which area of the conflict represents 
most closely what the body of the Living Christ would do. 

At one time, I thought all church conflict could be reduced to money, power, or 
ego problems. Yet, I don't think that is the case anymore. Every situation is 
more complex than that. 

Yet, I have simplified the matter even further. The conflict generally centers 
around some sort of "changef that has occurred or is about to occur. All of us 
are resistant to change. 

There is so much changing around us that it is a miracle that more churches 
aren't in conflict. We have changed from a tobacco and mill industry town to an 
education and high technology community. Wa have changed from a rural/urban 



society to a metropolitan society. Our airport is changing from a regional 
airport to an international airport. A community that was once homogeneous now 
is integrated with Blacks, Spanish, Koreans, Arabs, and Japanese. Chapel Hill 
was once a small college town, now it has grown to a healthy, small city. Land 
values, and likewise property taxes, have sky-rocketed. All of these changes 
have to impact the local church because these changes have impacted people. Pray 
for me as I lead our churches to resolve conflicts. 

Now to the positives. I am in the final process of certification with the 
Baptist Sunday School Board as a consultant in Church Long Range Planning. I 
want to be able to help every one of our churches complete Long Range Planning. 
Long Range Planning is vital to growth and direction of ministry for any church. 
How are you going to know where you are, unless you know where you were headed. 
Long Range Planning helps churches identify the community, identify church 
strengths to build on them, and set goals and priorities for ministry. 

In 1990, our association will engage in Long Range Planning again. It would be 
immensely helpful to us if every church will engage in Long Range Planning before 
1990. Your goals, dreams, and opportunities will better help us plan to minister 
in your behalf. 

Churches in transitional communities ought to consider doing PACT (Project 
Assistance for Churches in Transition) studies. PACT studies are similar to Long 
Range Planning except PACT is designed for churches where a community is 
changing. 

In February, I anticipate taking the training that will be the first step toward 
PACT certification. 

Planning is essential if we are to have an impact for Christ in this area. Our 
Association's long range plan has 53 objectives in it for the five year period. 
To date, 37 of those objectives have been met or are in the process of being met. 
This past year, we met 10 of our 12 annual goals. Our 12 goals were: 

1. Settling into our new Resource Center. 

2. Calling of a Director of Church and Community Ministries. 

3. Starting up two new churches. 

4. Expanding office secretary position to full-time. 

5. Youth Evangelism Rally. 

6. A multi-family housing conference. 

7. Church Long Range Planning. 

8. Association- wide evangelism conference and training. 

9. Ministry to the Olympic Sports Festival. 

10. World Missions Conference. 

11. A Ministerial Care Retreat. 

12. A multitude of training opportunities. 

The two goals not met were: a multi-family housing conference, and a ministerial 
care retreat. 

However, the multi-family housing conference will be held September 26 and 27, 
1988. More will be shared about this conference next spring. 

Major emphases for 1988 will be: 

1. Deacons Training Workshop - March 29 

2. Lay Evangelism School - April 14-16 

3. Associational Emphasis Week - May 16-22 

4. Multi-Family Housing Conference - September 26 & 27 



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5. Day Camp for Inner City Children - All Summer 

6. Fortieth Anniversary Celebration of Yates Baptist Association 

Recent statistics indicate 53% of our area claims no church affiliation. If we 
as an association of churches are to reach these lost, then we need to cooperate 
in ministry. I would like to see us develop as a slogan, or motto, or theme, 
"Yates Churches Cooperate". If we cooperate instead of compete with each other, 
we can get more accomplished for Christ. If we have to compete, let's compete to 
see who can be the most cooperative. Then we can be churches growing together. 

I am proud to be your Director of Missions. The Other day I was over in Sears at 
Northgate and a little boy came up to me and said, "Hi, mister, remember me?" I 
recognized him as one of the children from Day Camp. I said, "Sure, I remember 
you. How did the rest of your summer go?" He said to me, "I sure did enjoy 
camp. I hope I get to go again next year." Thank you for caring enough to make 
Day Camp possible for our inner-city kids. I pray that God will bless us as we 
seek daily to do His will in this area. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Marvin B. Settle, Jr. 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF CHURCH AND COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 

This has been a busy and an exciting year as the 53 churches of Yates Baptist 
Association have joined together as a family of churches to provide new and 
expanded ministries to the hurting, needy, and the lost people of the Triangle 
Area. Thank you for your support, time, prayers, and suggestions. Pastors, 
staff members, and other church members have been very generous and have had a 
very important role in this work. You are to be commended. 

As a beginning point for this ministry, visits were made to several associations 
having ministries that seemed to be reaching the whole person, and that related 
to those that would meet needs that exist in the Triangle Area. Kings Mountain, 
Gaston, Wilmington, and Richmond associations were visited and their CCM programs 
studied. Visits were made to area social service organizations and agencies to 
determine local resources and to discover ways that we could use these as tools 
in ministry. We met with leaders in the Baptist State Convention and sought 
their guidance. 

We are committed to ministering to the whole person - the spiritual, physical, 
emotional, intellectual, and social needs of all individuals. We are also 
committed to seeking ways to help Christians use their talents as ministering 
servants. 

"When a Christian helper reaches out to a person in need, the possibility of 
relating to an individual on a personal level opens up. People need to be 
responded to as people of dignity and worth, not as projects. A helping person 
has no right to enter the life of another person and dangle a carrot of hope in 
front of that person if he is not prepared to take responsibility for following 
through. This means, not that a Christian helper takes responsibility for the 
life of another person, but that he does take responsibility for the part he 
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We are beginning to minister, organize and act in several areas: 

(1) EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE APPLICATION 

An "Emergency Assistance Application" is available to pastors and staff. 
Information concerning people seeking food, help with utilities or rent, medical 
needs, etc., can be recorded on this form. We seek your help and ask that a 
copy be mailed to the Resource Center. The information will be placed into the 
computer. This can be very helpful for pastors and staff members as they seek 
to verify needs. Please help us improve this service by using the "Emergency 
Assistance Application" and by sending a copy to the Resource Center. 

(2) CCM NEWSLETTER 

In addition to the "Community Ministries Together" column that appears monthly 
in the associational newsletter, publication of a Church and Community Ministries 
newsletter, "Personal Touch", began and is mailed quarterly. 

(3) DAY CAMP FOR INNER CITY CHILDREN 

Our first venture with Day Camp for inner city children was held this summer at 
our campgrounds on Wake Forest Highway. The three weeks of camp proved to be 
very rewarding. Approximately 40 children attended during the three weeks and 
16 churches participated in this important ministry. Older youth groups from 
our churches led the children during the morning hours in Mission Vacation Bible 
School. Scripture, music, hiking, crafts, and games were all a part of each 
day. Breakfast and lunch were served each day. 

What a thrill we experienced as we heard children joyously singing, "Tell The 
Good News", and as we observed them work industriously during craft sessions. 
It was inspiring to watch as they helped one another during scripture search. 
It brought tears to our eyes when from time to time a child's arms would encircle 
us and we would hear, "Thank you for letting me come to camp"; "Thank you for 
helping me"; "I hope I can come back next summer"; "Thank you for my Bible"; or 
even "I'm sorry that I acted ugly". 

One little girl had never fished; however, she caught the first fish of the day 
and caught the largest number of fish. Her excitement over having the opportu- 
nity to do this was contagious. I'm sure there were some surprised mothers when 
those children arrived home at the end of the day with smelly fish in plastic 
food storage bags! How were we to know that children who had never fished would 
catch so many! 

We now look forward to seven weeks of Day Camp 1988. Volunteers have already 
signed up to help. If you as an individual or if your youth group or WMU or 
Brotherhood would like to help in any way, please let us hear from you. 

(4) CHRISTMAS TOY STORE 

The Christmas Toy Store Ministry will provide an opportunity to reach many 
families in our area. Churches are encouraged to have an ingathering of new 
toys, books, games, and crafts. The suggested time for this ingathering is 
November 1 through Thanksgiving weekend. Items will be received at Temple 
Baptist Church each Tuesday in November, 10:00 - 11:30 a.m., and on Monday, 
November 30, 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. Love gifts will be used to purchase Bibles and 
other needed items to complete the store. Each participating family will be 
given a Bible, and counselors will have opportunity to share the Gospel with 
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If you can serve as a volunteer counselor, clerical aide, or shopper assistant, 
please call the Resource Center. The store will operate Monday through Friday, 
December 1 - 12, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon and 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.; Tuesdays and 
Thursdays of those weeks from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.; Saturday, December 5, 9:00 a.m. 
- 12:00 noon; and Saturday, December 12, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon will be a time 
that children can purchase gifts for their parents. 

We thank Temple Baptist Church for hosting this ministry opportunity. 

(5) SEWING CLASS/BIBLE STORY TIME 

Many thanks to First Baptist Church for hosting the Sewing Class for inner city 
mothers and the Bible Story Time for their children. The congregation of this 
very fine church has been most generous. They have provided a comfortable and 
conducive atmosphere for this important ministry. 

Thanks, also, to all who so generously donated patterns, materials, notions, and 
sewing machines. The BSU students at Duke presented us with a check for scissors 
and other needed items. A very special thank you to Mrs. Swannie Haigler, Guess 
Road Baptist Church, and Mrs. Evelyn Ray, Cresset Baptist Church, for volun- 
teering to teach these classes. These ladies have a beautiful spirit and this 
is essential as we minister to those participating. 

Through this ministry, our teachers will seek to guide participants in sewing 
practical articles that can be used in their homes. This can do much to build 
their self-esteem. Each class will begin with a devotional time. Bible Story 
Time for the children will provide an excellent opportunity to share Jesus' love 
with those who may not receive it any other way. 

(6) CRISIS MINISTRY 

Crisis ministry is an important part of each week. Calls come every day from 
those in need of food, those in need of funds for rent and utilities and medical 
supplies, and other immediate needs. The churches of Yates Baptist Association 
do a splendid job of keeping the associational pantry stocked. Thank you for 
caring. 



(7) ASSOCIATIONAL EMPHASIS WEEK 

Our organizations and committees created informative and imaginative booths as 
part of a Missions Fair in observance of Associational Emphasis Week. During 
the week, representatives from eleven churches took part in a Mission Awareness 
Tour to the Foreign Mission Board and to several Baptist Centers in Richmond, 
Virginia. We observed ministries in progress that challenged us to seek out 
opportunities for new ministries here in the Triangle Area. 

Also, as a part of Associational Emphasis Week, a slide and video presentation 
depicting ministries in progress and those planned was prepared and made avail- 
able to the churches. Printed materials were also prepared for each church. 

As a part of Associational Emphasis Week 1988, a Mission Awareness Tour is 
scheduled. A tour of the Home Mission Board in Atlanta and visits to Baptist 
work in that area is planned. Details will be published within a few weeks. 

You are needed! You are needed to reach out to those here in the Triangle area. 
People need Jesus, and people need people. The inportance of church and 



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community ministries is people letting the love of God reach through them to 
touch broken and hurting lives as we share in word and deed what our Lord has 
done for us. God has given each of us a talent. Let us use these talents as we 
proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Faye Oakley Bassett 

1 Persons, Not Things, Woman's Missionary Union, Birmingham, Alabama. 

REPORT OF OLYMPIC SPORTS FESTIVAL INTERN 

Location of ministry: Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 
Length of ministry: July 13 - 26, 1987 

The Yates and Raleigh Associations became very involved in the Olympic Sports 
Festival (OSF) ministry. We provided several ministries to the OSF and the 
communities: 

1. One church bus and three church vans were on "stand-by" to be used by the 
Festival if needed for parking shuttles and athlete transportation. 

2. Approximately 200 dozen homemade cookies and 100 dozen sandwiches were 
provided for the OSF workers. Church stickers, pamphlets, HMB tracts, or paper 
with Bible verses on it were attached to each sandwich wrapper or cookie package. 
Nineteen churches participated in this. 

3. Free child care was offered for anyone who worked at the OSF. Mission VBS 
materials were used for planning and preparing. Eleven churches were involved. 

4. In cooperation with the Raleigh and Durham Police Departments, eleven 
Southern Baptists offered their help to visiting stranded motorists. The people 
were willing to help change tires, take gas, get tow trucks, etc. 

5. The Campus Ministers from Meredith College, NCSU, and Duke University were 
available as chaplains to the athletes at all hours. To my knowledge, we were 
the only denomination that offered chaplains. 

6. One member from each church in the Associations was responsible for trans- 
portation from the athlete dormitories to the churches on each Sunday - July 19 
and 26 - should an athlete wish to attend services. Athletes received an 
invitation to worship from each church. 

7. Two churches - one from Durham and one from Raleigh - held special services 
for the community and visitors. Grey Stone Baptist Church, Durham, offered five 
free concerts during the two weeks, and Calvary Baptist Church, Raleigh, offered 
a homemade ice cream social and hymn sing one Sunday. They each advertised in 
the newspaper, the OSF told their 8,000 workers, and I advertised the events at 
each major hotel in the Triangle. 

8. Approximately 200 people worked in the athlete dormitories with the OSF. 
They were encouraged to be life-style witnesses and seize any opportunity for 
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9. Approximately 150 choir members (thirteen churches) participated in a 
special Torch Lighting Service at GTE, Thursday, July 16. They sang "America, 
the Beautiful" accompanied by an Army band. Over 1,000 people from Durham 
attended. 



10. One church choir participated in the Opening Ceremonies of the Festival by 
singing the national anthem. Approximately 50,000 people attended. 

In all, approximately 450 Southern Baptists participated in OSF ministries 
representing forty-three churches from the two Associations. 

The ministry was very good in some ways and very bad in others. There was very 
little participation in the child care programs or at the concerts or ice cream 
social/hymn sing. Very few athletes wanted to attend church services. Likewise, 
our vehicles were not used at all, so we could not pass out any HMB tracts. 
(The only place we were allowed to pass out tracts was in church vehicles.) 

On the other hand, there was a tremendous response to the refreshments we 
provided. The Festival workers simply could not understand why Baptists were 
willing to make homemade cookies and sandwiches for people they had never seen. 
The door was then open to share the message of Christ. Many times people told 
me how kind and thoughtful we were to provide the food. 

By far the biggest success was in improving our (and all Christians') reputation 
in the Triangle area. I overheard many comments such as: 

"The Baptists have really done their part." 

"Can you believe Baptists can be so nice?" 

"I had no idea Baptists did stuff like this - they have really been 
helpful." 

"I don't know much about Baptists, but I can see they're very thoughtful." 

Considering all the bad publicity Christian groups have gotten in the last 
several years, I am very pleased that we were able to begin improving our own 
reputation. 

Another positive effect of our ministry was that it made Southern Baptists in 
the Triangle aware of how many non-Christians there are right here. Since we 
live in the center of the Bible Belt, it is sometimes easy to forget that 
everyone is not a Christian. This ministry encouraged churches to go to the 
people - not to assume the people will go to them. 

Churches involved in OSF ministry from Yates Baptist Association: 



Angier Avenue 

Braggtown 

Cresset 

Ephesus 

Grace 

Holloway Street 
Lowe's Grove 
New Jerusalem 
Park wood 
Rose of Sharon 



Bahama 
Carrboro 
Durham Memorial 
First 

Grey Stone 
Immanuel 
Mount Hermon 
Olive Branch 
Plainview 
Temple 



Bethesda 
Cedar Fork 
Edgemont 
Gorman 
Guess Road 
Lees vi lie Road 
Mount Moriah 
Park View 
Red Mountain 
Yates 



Respectfully submitted, 
Karen Morton 



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REPORT OF THE AUDIT COMMITTEE 



The Audit Committee of the Yates Baptist Association met July 30, 1987, at 8:00 
a.m. at Shoney's Restaurant on Hillandale Road. Director of Missions, Rev. 
Marvin Settle, met with the committee. 

Following breakfast, the committee reviewed the report of an audit that was 
conducted by Bailey, Self, Harris, and Company. 

We found their report of the audit to be consistent with the bylaws of the 
association, and that all funds collected and dispersed have been properly 
accounted for. We therefore recommend the report of the auditors be accepted by 
the Yates Baptist Association. 

We further recommend, due to increasing costs for a complete audit, that the 
accounting firm of Bailey, Self, Harris, and Company be engaged to perform a 
"yearly review" for three consecutive years, and a conrplete audit on the fourth 
year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Chesterleen Ricca, Chairman 
Warren El ledge 
Larry Giles 



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REPORT OF THE AUDITOR 



Pages 76, 77, and 78 
(Detailed report available in the association office.) 




Bailey, Self, Harris and Company 
Certified Public Accountants 

First Federal Building, Post Office Box 3" 



July 2, 1987 



Durham, N.C. 27702, 919-688- 



Yates Baptist Association 
Durham, North Carolina 

We have examined the statement of assets, liabilities 
and fund balances - cash basis of YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
as of December 31, 1986 and 1985, and the related statement 
of revenues and expenditures - cash basis paid for the years 
then ended. Our examination was made in accordance with 
generally accepted auditing standards and, accordingly, 
included such tests of the accounting records and such other 
auditing procedures as we considered necessary in the 
circumstances . 

As described in Note #1, the Association's policy is to 
prepare its financial statements on the basis of cash 
receipts and disbursements; consequently, certain revenues 
and the related assets are recognized when received rather 
than when earned, and certain expenses are recognized when 
paid rather than when the obligation is incurred. 
Accordingly, the accompanying financial statements are not 
intended to present financial position and results of 
operations in conformity with generally accepted accounting 
principles . 

In our opinion, the financial statements referred to 
above present fairly the assets, liabilities and fund 
balances - cash basis of YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION as of 
December 31, 1986 and 1985, and the revenues collected and 
expenditures paid during the years then ended, on the basis 
of accounting described in Note #1, which basis has been 
applied in a manner consistent with that of the preceding 
year . 




76 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 
DECEMBER 31, 1986 



NOTE #1 - SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES 

j Cash Basis - The Association's policy is to prepare its financial statements on the 
cash basis; consequently, certain revenues and the related assets are recognized 
when received rather than when earned and certain expenses are recognized when paid 
rather than when the obligation is incurred. 

I Fixed Assets - The Association's policy is to expense all fixed assets when 
acquired. Consequently, the financial statements do not reflect fixed assets, 
accumulated depreciation and depreciation expense. 

NOTE #2 - SHORT-TERM INVESTMENTS 

Short-term investments as of December 31, 1986 and 1985, are as follows: 

1986 1985 
Cash Equivalent Fund - Wheat First Securities $ 21,869.94 $ 116,779.57 



NOTE #3 - NOTES PAYABLE 



The Association had the following note payable at December 31, 1986: 

Wachovia Bank and Trust Company - Prime Rate Plus 

1/2% - Secured by Deed of Trust on Garrett Road 

Property $ 255,000.00 



NOTE # 4 - CONTINGENT LIABILITIES 

According to the Associations' officers, there were no legal suits pending by or 
against the Association as of December 31, 1986. 



77 



EXHIBIT "A' 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 

STATEMENT OF ASSETS, LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES - CASH BASIS 
DECEMBER 31, 1986 AND 1985 



ASSETS 



1986 1985 



CURRENT ASSETS: 

Cash in Bank $ 179,823.70 

Temporary Investments - Note //2 21 ,869.94 

Total Assets $ 201,693.64. 



LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES 

LIABILITIES: 

Note Payable - Note //3 $ 255,000.00 
FUND BALANCES: 

Camp Expansion 50,125.36 

Camp Swimming Pool 223.15 

Association Savings 75,527.44 
New Work 

New Work Revolving 1,905.03 

Camp Development 900.00 

Resource Center - Restricted ( 211,899.06) 

General Fund Surplus 29,911. 72 

Total Fund Balances ( 53,306.36 ) 

Total Liabilities and Fund Balances $ 201,693.64 



The accompanying notes to financial statements are an integral part of this statemen 



78 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT 



TEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1986 



CASH SUMMARY 



ON HAND AT BEGINNING: 

WACHOVIA CHECKING 
RECEIPTS 

DISBURSEMENTS 

TOTAL 

CCB CHECKING 

RECEIPTS 

DISBURSEMENTS 

TOTAL 

TOTAL CASH 
BUDGET SUMMARY 



BUDGET ALLOCATION - 1986 
RECEIPTS FOR BUDGET ACCOUNTS 
DISBURSEMENTS FOR BUDGET ACCOUNTS 
BUDGET BALANCE 



$11,618.35 
3,500.00 
216,596.41 
-9,000.00 
-212,132.42 
$10,782.34 

$18,563.11 
9,000.00 
1,376.05 
-3,700.00 
-3,164.75 
$22,074.41 



ON HAND 1/1/86 



GENERAL FUND 

NEW WORK REVOLVING FUND 

NEW WORK FUND 

CAMP DEVELOPMENT 



$30,381.46 



$32,656.75 



$168,954.62 
18,093.63 
-159,885.17 
$27,163.08 



$27,376.43 
1,905.03 
200.00 
900.00 



TOTAL ON HAND 



INCOME 



RECEIPTS - CHURCHES 
SALES TAX REFUND 
INT. FROM CHECKING 
OTHER RECEIPTS 

NEW WORK FUND 

NEW WORK REVOLVING 

MONEY MARKET INTEREST 



$30,381.46 

YEAR TO DATE 

RECEIPTS DISBURSEMENTS BUDGET BALANCE 

$142,062.48 
1,102.76 
444.26 



550.00 



1,376.05 



550.00 



79 



RECEIPTS 


DISBURSEMENTS 


BUDGET 


BALANCE 


FELLOWSHIP, MISSIONS 










AND EVANGELISM 










EVANGELISM 


710.10 


2,167.69 


3,000.00 


1,542.41 


BAPTIST CAMPUS MINISTRY 










UNC 




3,351.67 


3,610.00 


258.33 


DUKE 




1,865.00 


1,865.00 


0.00 


ANNUAL MEETING 


1,315.00 


1,850.86 


600.00 


64.14 


KEY LEADERSHIP 


38.14 


488.14 


450.00 


0.00 


MISSIONS COMMITTEE 










PRISON & JAIL CHAP. 


600.00 


2,400.00 


1,800.00* 


0.00 


INTERN EXPENSES 




726.32 


750.00 


23.68 


BAHAMA MISSION 




2,700.00 


2,700.00 


0.00 


PASTORAL ASSISTANCE 


1,200.00 


1,200.00 






LITERACY 


167.10 


165.21 


350.00 


351.89 


CONTACT 




600.00 


600.00 


0.00 


SINGLES OVER 50 




10.48 


100.00 


89.52 


SINGLES 30-50 






100.00 


100.00 


SENIOR ADULTS 




75.00 


100.00 


25.00 


COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 




113.50 


500.00 


386.50 


LIFE ENRICHMENT 




3,388.00 


3,700.00 


312.00 


CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE 


250.00 


695.15 


750.00 


304.85 


CHURCHGROWTH CONFERENCE 


298.20 


388.84 


500.00 


409.36 


AGAPE HOUSE 


700.00 


500.00 






STEWARDSHIP CONFERENCE 


37.25 








PERSONNEL 










DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 










BASE SUPPORT 




19,622.97 


19,622.97 


0.00 


HOUSING ALLOWANCE 




13,186.40 


13,186.40 


0.00 


ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 




14,700.00 


14,700.00 


0.00 


SECRETARY 


79.04 


8,960.64 


8,881.60 


o.oo 


PART-TIME SECRETARY 










BOOKKEEPER 




2,733.57 


2,946.88 


213.31 


CAMP CARETAKER 




5,200.00 


5,200.00 


0.00 


AUTOMOBILE EXPENSE 










DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 




2,000.00 


2,000.00 


0.00 


ADMINISTRATIVE ASST. 




300.00 


300.00 


0.00 


RETIREMENT 










DOM (ANNUITANT PART) 




1,200.00 


1,200.00 


0.00 


DOM (ASSOCIATION PART) 










ADMINISTRATIVE ASST. 




1,470.00 


1,470.00 


0.00 


SECRETARY 




784.14 


888:16 


104.02 


HOSPITAL - DOM 




1,547.88 


1,547.88 


0.00 


INSURANCE 










DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 




371.73 


396.36 


24.63 


ADMINISTRATIVE ASST. 




163.20 


150.00 


-13.20 


SOCIAL SECURITY 










DOM (TAXABLE) 




2,017.78 


2,017.78 


0.00 


OTHER EMPLOYEES 




2,280.48 


2,268.59 


-11.89 



80 



RECEIPTS 


DISBURSEMENTS BUDGET 


BALANCE 


ORGANIZATIONS & TRAINING 










LIBRARY & VISUAL AIDS 


529.25 


1,075.91 


750.00 


203.34 


YOUTH COUNCIL 




366.70 


790.00 


423.30 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


618.00 


924.11 


300.00 


-6.11 


SUNDAY SCHOOL 


122.67 


517.08 


1,680.00 


1,285.59 


CHURCH TRAINING 


33.45 


74.88 


700.00 


658.57 


WMU 


1,256.34 


2,774.78 


1,635.00 


116.56 


BROTHERHOOD 




720.44 


1,100.00 


379.56 


MUSIC 




1,298.99 


1,750.00 


451.01 


DEACONS' COMMITTEE 


11.50 


333.70 


500.00 


177.80 


SEMINARY EXTENSION 


20.00 


120.00 


100.00 


0.00 


CONV./CONF. DOM 




574.75 


750.00 


175.25 


CONV./CONF. SECRETARIES 






300.00 


300.00 


SBC DEPOSIT 


24,239.15 


24,239.15 






YATES VILLAGE REFUND 


22,475.99 


22,475.99 






OFFICE & ADMINISTRATION 










UTILITIES 


3.31 


4,180.61 


5,500.00 


1,322.66 


MISCELLANEOUS 


511.74 


1,184.00 


750.00 


77.74 


EQUIPMENT & REPAIRS 




2,214.31 


2,000.00 


-214.31 


INSURANCE 




380.00 


575.00 


195.00 


WORKER'S COMPENSATION 


49.00 


422.00 


450.00 


77.00 


PROMOTION & STUDY 




226.49 


500 00 

*J \J\J • \J \J 


273.51 


PRINTING 


760.27 


2,203.36 


1,750.00 


306.91 


POSTAGE 


92.00 


5,029.97 


6,000.00 


1,062.03 


DIRECTORY 




67.07 


100.00 


32.93 


SERVICE CONTRACTS 




1,758.22 


2,200.00 


441.78 


SUPPLIES 


6,391.99 


10 841 08 


4 SOO 00 

uu« yjyj 


50.91 


RENT 




S TOO 00 

<J)*J \J\J m\J\J 


5 TOO 00 

O jOVJVJ • \J\J 


0.00 


AUDIT 




1 000 00 


qoo oo 


-100.00 


ASSOC. EMPHASIS WEEK 




566.95 


9 000 00 


1,433.05 


ASSOC. OFFICE ST. 










JANITORIAL SERVICE 




869.87 


750.00 


-119.87 


PROPERTIES & MANAGEMENT 










GARRETT ROAD PROPERTY 






375.00 


375.00 


CAMP OPERATING EXPENSE 


2 031 53 


fi 8^8 48 


^ OOO 00 


173.05 


CAMP INSURANCE 




1 ft4ft on 


i coo nn 

XjDao.UU 


-150.00 


RES. CTR. DEBT RETIREMENT 


1,005.00 


7,428.73 


20,000.00 




NEW WORK FUND EXP. 










MISCELLANEOUS 










FICA TAX 


2,280.94 


2,280.94 






FEDERAL W/H TAX 


2,799.00 


2,799.00 






STATE W/H TAX 


1,324.85 


1,324.85 






EMERGENCY FUND 


486.10 


486.10 






SALES TAX 




756.01 






TOTALS 


$217,972.46 


$215,297.17 


$168,954.62 


$27,163.08 



81 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
FINANCIAL SUMMARY 
YEAR-TO-DATE ENDING 09/30/87 





BUDGET 


EXPENSES 


RECEIPTS 


BALANCE 


FELLOWSHIP, MISSIONS, & EVANGELISM 








EVANGELISM 


400.00 


88.00 


0.00 


312.00 


CAMPUS MINISTRIES - UNC 


3600.00 


2700.00 


0.00 


900.00 


CAMPUS MINISTRIES - DUKE 


1800.00 


2100.00 


0.00 


-300.00 


CAMPUS MINISTRIES - NCCU 


400.00 


200.00 


0.00 


200.00 


ANNUAL MEETING 


600.00 


20.10 


510.00 


1089.90 


KEY LEADERSHIP 


450.00 


406.50 


28.54 


72.04 


MISSIONS - JAIL CHAPLAINCY 


2400.00 


1800.00 


0.00 


600.00 


MISSIONS - KOREAN MISSION 


0.00 


1905.03 


1905.03 


0.00 


MISSIONS - BAHAMA 


1800.00 


3650.00 


2300.00 


450.00 


MISSIONS - WORLD MISSION CONF. 


0.00 


8475.85 


10266.25 


1790.40 


MISSIONS - OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 


0.00 


528.04 


1335.32 


807.28 


LITERACY 


100.00 


0.00 


0.00 


100.00 




o U U • U U 


300.00 


0.00 


300.00 


SINGLES OVER 50 


75.00 


14.70 


0.00 


60.30 


SINGLES 30 - 50 


75.00 


. 00 


. 00 


75 . 00 


SENIOR ADULTS 


75.00 


0.00 


0.00 


75.00 


COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 


500.00 


422.52 


0.00 


77.48 


LIFE ENRICHMENT CENTER 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE 


250.00 


350.00 


150.00 


50.00 


CHURCH GROWTH CONFERENCE 


0.00 


0.00 


56.55 


56.55 


MINISTERIAL CARE RETREAT 


250.00 


0.00 


*0.00 


250.00 


STEWARDSHIP WORKSHOP 


250.00 


0.00 


6.00 


250.00 


SUBTOTAL 


13625.00 


22960.74 


16551.69 


7215.95 


PERSONNEL 










DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS -BASE SAL 


20500.00 


15375.06 


0.00 


5124.94 


DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS - HOUSING 


13186.00 


9889.59 


0.00 


3296.41 


DIR. CCM - BASE SUPPORT 


18000.00 


13500.00 


10000.00 


14500.00 


ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 


16203.00 


12152.34 


0.00 


4050.66 


SECRETARY 


11102.00 


8198.46 


0.00 


2903.54 


BOOKKEEPER 


2579.00 


1909.93 


0.00 


669.07 


CAMP CARETAKER 


5512.00 


4144.34 


0.00 


1367.66 


AUTOMOBILE EXPENSE - DOM 


2120.00 


1589.94 


0.00 


530.06 


AUTOMOBILE EXPENSE - DIR. CCM 


920.00 


689.94 


0.00 


230.06 


AUTOMOBILE EXPENSE - ADM ASST 


600.00 


450.00 


0.00 


150.00 


RETIREMENT - DOM ANNT PORTION 


1500.00 


1000.00 


0.00 


500.00 


RETIREMENT - DOM ASSOC PORTION 


1500.00 


1250.06 


0.00 


249.94 


DrTTDrAffPMTn nio rv**vi _ euro ddt 


yuu . uu 


600.00 


0.00 


300.00 


RETIREMENT - DIR CCM - ASN PRT 


900.00 


750.00 


0.00 


150.00 


RETIREMENT - ADM. ASST 


1620.00 


1215 . 00 


0.00 


405 . 00 


RETIREMENT - SECRETARY 


1110.00 


832.50 


0.00 


277.50 


HOSPITALIZATION - DOM 


1733.00 


1444.40 


0.00 


288.60 


INSURANCE - DOM 


400.00 


304.14 


0.00 


95.86 


INSURANCE - DIR CCM 


180.00 


156.14 


0.00 


23.86 


INSURANCE - ADM ASST 


150.00 


0.00 


0.00 


150.00 


SOCIAL SECURITY - DOM 


2072.00 


1554.00 


0.00 


518.00 


SOCIAL SECURITY - EMPLOYEES 


3818.00 


2851.81 


0.00 


966.19 


SUBTOTAL 


106605.00 


79857.65 


10000.00 


36747.35 


DESIGNATED EXPENSES 










NEW WORK REVOLVING MM EXPENSE 


0.00 


1905.03 


0.00 


-1905.03 


CAMP DEVELOPMENT MM EXPENSE 


0.00 


900.00 


0.00 


-900.00 


SUBTOTAL 


0.00 


2805.03 


0.00 


-2805.03 



82 



BUDGET EXPENSES RECEIPTS 



BALANCE 



ORGANIZATIONS AND TRAINING 



LIBRARY & VISUAL AIDS 




550. 


. 00 


623 


. 19 


118. 


, 30 


45 . 


, 11 


YOUTH COMMITTEE 




500. 


,00 


o 


. 00 


0. 


, 00 


500. 


,00 


MINISTER'S CONFERENCE 




200. 


,00 


432 


.00 


395. 


, 00 


163. 


,00 


SUNDAY SCHOOL 




1200. 


,00 


430 


.71 


0. 


, 00 


769. 


,29 


CHURCH TRAINING 




300. 


,00 


45 


.77 


0. 


,00 


254. 


,23 


WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 




1350. 


,00 


2990 


.23 


1794. 


,50 


154. 


,27 


BROTHERHOOD 




900. 


. 00 


1086 


.32 


608. 


70 


422. 


38 


MUSIC 




1300. 


,00 


1433 


.64 


30. 


00 


-103. 


64 


DEACONS' COMVIITTEE 




0. 


, 00 





.00 


0. 


00 


0. 


00 


SEMINARY EXTENSION 




100. 


, 00 


72, 


.71 


21. 


84 


49. 


13 


CONVENTION/CONFERENCES - 


DOM 


750. 


, 00 


675, 


.62 


0. 


00 


74. 


38 


CONVENTION/CONFERENCES - 


SEC. 


600. 


,00 


652, 


,50 


0. 


00 


-52. 


50 


SBC DEPOSITS 




0. 


00 


19372, 


.00 


19747. 


00 


375. 


00 


AGAPE HOUSE 




0. 


00 


0. 


,00 


200. 


00 


200. 


00 


SUBTOTAL 




7750. 


00 


27814, 


.69 


22915. 


34 


2850. 


65 


OFFICE AND ADMINISTRATION 




















UTILITIES 




7000. 


00 


5170. 


,29 


0. 


00 


1829. 


71 


MISCELLANEOUS 




750. 


00 


4572. 


,85 


3555. 


23 


-267. 


G2 


EQUIPMENT & REPAIRS 




2000. 


00 


2649. 


,21 


822. 


34 


173. 


13 


INSURANCE 




1700. 


00 


2058. 


,00 


0. 


00 


-358. 


00 


WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION 




500. 


00 


534. 


,00 


43. 


00 


9. 


00 


PROMOTION AND STUDY 




500. 


00 


513. 


,40 


0. 


00 


-13. 


40 


PRINTING 




1300. 


00 


1691. 


55 


840. 


00 


448. 


45 


POSTAGE 




5300. 


00 


4758 . 


42 


100. 


30 


641. 


88 


DIRECTORY 




100. 


00 


70. 


07 


0. 


00 


29. 


93 


SERVICE CONTRACTS 




900. 


00 


1231. 


00 


0. 


00 


-331. 


00 


SUPPLIES 




4000. 


00 


7594. 


83 


4838 . 


59 


1243. 


7C 


AUDIT 




1000. 


00 


0. 


00 


0. 


00 


1000. 


00 


PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE 


750. 


00 


507. 


01 


22. 


50 


265. 


49 


JANITORAL SERVICE 




1500. 


00 


1237. 


25 


112. 


25 


375. 


00 


COMPUTER - DESIGNATED 




0. 


00 


175. 


00 


175. 


00 


0. 


00 


SUBTOTAL 




27300. 


00 


32762. 


88 


10509. 


21 


5046. 


33 


PROPERTIES & MANAGEMENT 




















CAMP OPERATING EXPENSES 




0. 


00 


8914. 


14 


10007. 


41 


1093. 


27 


CAMP INSURANCE 




0. 


00 


1607. 


00 


0. 


00 


-1607. 


00 


RESOURCE CENTER DEBT RET I 


REMNT 


31828. 


00 


24786. 


49 


915. 


70 


7957. 


21 


SUBTOTAL 




31828. 


00 


35307. 


63 


10923. 


11 


7443. 


48 


MISCELLANEOUS 




















FICA TAX 




0. 


00 


2851. 


89 


2859. 


93 


8. 


04 


FED. W/H TAX 




0. 


00 


4641. 


00 


4641. 


00 


0. 


00 


STATE W/H TAX 




0. 


00 


1854. 


04 


1854. 


04 


0. 


00 


SALES TAX 




0. 


00 


773. 


69 


1. 


25 


-772. 


44 


EMERGENCY FUND 




0. 


00 


1841. 


59 


2998. 


37 


1156. 


78 


SUBTOTAL 




0. 


00 


11962. 


21 


12354. 


59 


392. 


38 


TOTAL 




187108. 


00 


213470. 


83 


83253. 


94 


56891. 


11 



83 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 



DESIGNATED FUND BALANCES: 

Beg. Balance Income Expenses Ending Balai 

1/1/87 9/30/87 

Camp Expansion Fund $ 50,125.36 $ 2,209.30 $ 1,254.41 $ 51,080.25 

Camp Swimming Pool 223.15 6.41 .09 229.47, 

New Work Revolving 47.57 47.57 

Association Savings 75,527.44 2,571.03 8,521.57 69,576.901 



TOTAL BALANCE ON HAND 9/30/87 $120,934.19 



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YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
1988 MINISTRY ACTION BUDGET 



FELLOWSHIP, MISSIONS, AND EVANGELISM 

It is difficult to say that one section of a budget is missions and another 
section of the budget is something else. All that an association does is missions, 
in the broader sense. For 1988, $19,555.00 is needed to accomplish special 
fellowship, missions, and evangelism projects. The year 1988 begins a special 
evangelism focus on the "Year of the Laity". We continue an effective ministry with 
students at UNC, Duke, and NCCU. A new Korean Church is started and a new Anglo 
Church in Northern Chapel Hill keeps us on target of starting two new churches per 
year. Pregnancy Support, a new item for 1988, counsels women from a Christian 
perspective on alternatives to abortions. Faye Bassett's Community Ministries 
program also needs funds to minister to police officers, mothers, and families in 
need. Many other ministry opportunities are made available through this portion of 
our budget. 



EVANGELISM $ 300.00 

CAMPUS MINISTRIES-UNC 3,600.00 

CAMPUS MINISTRIES-DUKE 1,800.00 

CAMPUS MINISTRIES-NCCU 400.00 

ANNUAL MEETING 600.00 

KEY LEADERSHIP 450.00 

MISSIONS-PRISON CHAPLAINCY 2,900.00 

MISSIONS-BAHAMA 1,200.00 

MISSIONS-KOREAN MISSION 2,400.00 

MISSIONS-NORTH CHAPEL HILL 3,600.00 

CONTACT 500.00 

SINGLES OVER 50 75.00 

SINGLES 30-50 75.00 

SENIOR ADULTS 75.00 
COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 

COMMUNITY MINISTRIES-PREGNANCY SUPPORT 500.00 

COMMUNITY MINISTRIES-POLICE CHAPLAINCY 230.00 

COMMUNITY MINISTRIES-SEWING CLASS 250.00 

COMMUNITY MINISTRIES-VOLUNTEER RECOGNITION 100.00 

CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE 250.00 

MINISTERIAL CARE RETREAT 250.00 

SUBTOTAL $19,555.00 



PERSONNEL 

Recently our Personnel Committee reported to our Executive Committee that they 
believe we have assembled one of the finest association staffs in the country. The 
Personnel Committee would like to have done more than 5% increases; however, with 
limited funds and the addition of the new church annuity plan, increases were 
limited to 5%. Our staff plans, coordinates, and conducts the administration and 
actual ministry of many association programs. 



DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS-BASE SALARY $25,370.00 

DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS-HOUSING 10,000.00 

DIRECTOR OF CCM-BASE SUPPORT 18,900.00 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 17,013.00 

SECRETARY 11,657.00 

BOOKKEEPER 2,400.00 

CAMP CARETAKER 5,788.00 

AUTOMOBILE EXPENSE-DOM 2,225.00 



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AUTOMOBILE EXPENSE-DIR. CCM 


1,200.00 


AUTOMOBILE EXPENSE-ADM. ASST. 


650.00 


RETIREMENT- DOM ANNUITANT PORTION 


1,500.00 


RETIREMENT-DOM ASSOCIATION PORTION 


3,537.00 


RETIREMENT- DIR. CCM ANNUITANT PORTION 


900.00 


RETI REMEN T- DIR. CCM ASSOCIATION PORTION 


1,890.00 


RETIREMENT- ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 


1,701.00 


RETIREMENT-SECRETARY 


1,166.00 


HOSPITALIZATION-DOM 


1,860.00 


INSURANCE- DOM 


400.00 


INSURANCE- DIR. CCM 


180.00 


INSURANCE-ADM. ASSISTANT 


150.00 


SOCIAL SECURITY-DOM (1/2 OF 13.02%) 


2,303.00 


SOCIAL SECURITY-EMPLOYEES 


4,188.00 


SUBTOTAL 


$114,978.00 



ORGANIZATIONS AND TRAINING 

We have been fortunate over the last several years to be able to provide some 
of the best leadership training workshops available. These workshops train lay 
leadership to serve, minister, lead, and follow to get Christ's work done in our 
area. We are making special attempts at this work by re-organizing Brotherhood and 
the youth programs. Woman's Missionary Union is emphasizing service and witnessing. 
Sunday School is emphasizing outreach. Church Training is emphasizing leadership 
training and new member training. Music is emphasizing music education and music in 
worship. TACMO emphasizes education through media. We are indeed fortunate that 
these programs help our churches minister in greater, more effective ways. 



LIBRARY & VISUAL AIDS 


$ 550.00 


YOUTH COMMITTEE 


500.00 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


350.00 


SUNDAY SCHOOL 


1,150.00 


CHURCH TRAINING 


300.00 


WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 


1,350.00 


BROTHERHOOD 


1,350.00 


MUSIC 


1,300.00 


DEACONS' COMMITTEE 


250.00 


SEMINARY EXTENSION 


100.00 


CONVENTION/CONFERENCES- DOM 


300.00 


CON VENTION/CONFERENCES-DIR. CCM 


300.00 


CHURCH SECRETARIES CONFERENCE 


250.00 


SUBTOTAL 


$8,050.00 



OFFICE AND ADMINISTRATION 

We have a new facility that all of us can be proud of, our new Resource Center. 
This building was dedicated in April of 1987. This portion of our budget provides 
the base upon which all of our ministries can be conducted. One of the recommenda- 
tions from the Personnel Committee was that office equipment continue to be updated 
and upgraded so that the staff can function and operate more effectively. This can 
only be done to a limited degree in 1988. Providing the necessary tools and 
materials are essential if ministry is to be effective. 



UTILITIES $7,500.00 

MISCELLANEOUS 750.00 

EQUIPMENT & REPAIRS 3,000.00 

INSURANCE 1,900.00 

WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION 550.00 

PROMOTION & STUDY-DOM 400.00 

PROMOTION & STUDY-DIR. CCM 220.00 



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PRINTING 


1,300.00 


POSTAGE 


6,500.00 


DIRECTORY 


100.00 


SERVICE CONTRACTS 


1,500.00 


SUPPLIES 


5,000.00 


AUDIT 


750.00 


PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE 


750.00 


JANITORIAL SERVICE 


1,500.00 


SUBTOTAL 


$31,720.00 



PROPERTIES AND MANAGEMENT 

The Yates Baptist Association is fortunate to have, in addition to the Resource 
Center, a camp located on Wake Forest Highway. Last year's day camping program was 
a tremendous success because such a facility was available for use. Several churches 
used the camp in 1987 for camps, retreats, and day outings. 



CAMP OPERATING EXPENSE-UTILITIES $5,000.00 

CAMP OPERATING EXPENSE- MAI NT. & REPAIRS 2,000.00 

CAMP INSURANCE 1,750.00 

RESOURCE CENTER DEBT RETIREMENT 31,828.00 

SUBTOTAL $40,578.00 



TOTAL $214,881.00 

Recommendation; 

In addition to the adoption of this 1988 budget, the Finance Committee 
recommends that the association promote a special fund for persons to make contri- 
butions for day camping scholarships for the 1988 Day Camp season. Camper scholar- 
ships would be $35.00 per child. 



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HISTORY OF HOLLOWAY STREET BAPTIST CHURCH 



Holloway Street Baptist Church had its beginning in June, 1941, in a tent 
revival at Flora and Holloway Streets sponsored by the Durham Baptist Council 
with Rev. B. E. Morris in charge, the meeting came to a close on July 13, 1941, 
and the church was organized at that time with a membership of seventy-one. 
Z. B. Teel, Sr. was called as the first pastor in August of that year. Shortly 
thereafter the church was granted membership in the Mount Zion Association. 
Services that first winter were held in Holloway Street School. The first 
building was built and occupied in 1942. 

In the summer of 1948 Brother Z. B. Teel led the church in the construction of 
the present sanctuary which was formally dedicated on Sunday, July 16, 1950. 
The present education building was built and occupied in 1957. 

Seven pastors have served Holloway Street Baptist Church in her forty-five year 
history. They are: 



Z. B. Teel 


Aug. 


1941 - 


• Jul. 


1953 


Jack Wilder 


Sep. 


1952 - 


Aug. 


1960 


W. Frank Marks 


Mar. 


1961 • 


- Aug. 


1964 


W. Gattis Perry 


Dec. 


1964 • 


- Oct. 


1974 


Aubrey Jones 


Mar. 


1975 • 


- Dec. 


1979 


Dewey W. Kerr 


Jan. 


1980 - 


Mar. 


1985 


Michael E. Berryman 


Feb. 


1986 - 







In addition, the church has had a number of fine ministerial staff people 
serving in the areas of music, education and youth over the years. 

Ministry to the individual and the community characterizes the rich heritage of 
Holloway Street Baptist Church. A day care center, rest home ministry, deaf 
ministry, tape ministry and a homebound Sunday School department exemplifies the 
servant spirit that has existed at Holloway Street. 

Likewise, missions and evangelism are the lif eblood of our past and the hope of 
the future here at Holloway Street. A mission was started in 1958 which became 
Fieldcrest Baptist Church in October, 1965. W.M.U. organizations such as G.A.'s 
and Baptist Women promote missions education through regular meetings and 
special emphases during the year. Seventeen men have been licensed and/or 
ordained to the gospel ministry here and have gone forth preaching the word and 
winning the lost. 

A regular schedule of Bible study and worship along with fellowship and oppor- 
tunities for service sum up the history of Holloway Street Baptist Church as 
well as our hopes for the future. To God be the glory, now and forever more. 



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HISTORY OF I M MANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH 



Immanuel Baptist Church was organized September 6, 1942, with 17 charter members, 
following a series of meetings that were held in June, July, and August, 1942. 

Rev. Frank H. Marshall was called as first pastor. He served until September, 
1954. Rev. Ralph Yarborough was called as pastor January, 1955, and served 
until January, 1960. Rev. John Joyner was called as pastor in June, 1960, and 
served until August, 1964. Rev. Lewis E. Wall was called as pastor January 3, 
1965, and served until September, 1968. Rev. Russell L. Wimmer became pastor in 
February, 1969 and served until March, 1982. Rev. Dennis Hill was called as 
pastor August 29, 1982 and served until May, 1986. On February 8, 1987, 
Rev. Raymond C. Johns, Jr. was called as pastor. 

The first part of our church, which houses the sanctuary and Sunday School 
rooms, was built in 1949 and 1950, the first service being held in the building 
on March 5, 1950. A parsonage was built in May, 1956, but was later sold as the 
pastor desired to purchase his own home. 

Property for a parking lot was purchased in January, 1966. Bonds were sold to 
build an educational building which was dedicated March 6, 1967. 

Our present membership is 378. 



YEARS FOR PUBLISHING CHURCH HISTORIES IN MINUTES 

Trinity and Gorman 

Guess Road and Calvary 

Plainview and Westwood 

Park View and Bethesda 

Yates and Olive Branch 

Temple and Angier Avenue 
Red Mountain and Ephesus 
— Grey Stone and Edgemont 

Carrboro and Grace 

.......... Lakewood and First 

Mount Hermon and Ebenezer 

Faith and Ridgecrest 

• ••• Hope Valley and Cresset 

Homestead Heights and Fieldcrest 

Page Road and Parkwood 

Bells and Cedar Fork 

Lystra and Braggtown 

Berea and Mount Pisgah 

Mount Moriah and Mount Gilead 
Lowe's Grove and Mount Carmel 
Farrington Road and West Durham 
Lees vi lie Road and Bahama 
New Jerusalem and Good Samaritan 

Rose of Sharon 

University and Watts Street 
Durham Memorial and Cheek Heights 
Holloway Street and Immanuel 



1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 
1996 
1997 
1998 
1999 
2000 
2001 
2002 
2003 
2004 
2005 
2006 
2007 
2008 
2009 
2010 
2011 
2012 
2013 
2014 



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MEALS FOR ASSOCIATIONAL & WMU ANNUAL MEETING 





1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


WMU Annual Meeting 
(Spring) 


Group 
2 


Group 

3 


Group 
4 


Group 
1 


Group 

2 


Group 

3 


Associational Annual 
Meeting (October) 


Group 
4 


Group 
1 


Group 

2 


Group 

3 


Group 
4 


Group 
1 



GROUP I 



Braggtown 

Carrboro 

Ebenezer 



Grey Stone 
Guess Road 
Immanuel 



Mt. Hermon 
Mt. Moriah 
Rose of Sharon 



University 
Watts Street 
West Durham 

West wood 



GROUP II 



Bahama 
Bells 
Cresset 
Ephesus 



Farrington Rd. 

Lakewood 

Lystra 



Mt. Carmel 
Mt. Gilead 
Mt. Pisgah 



New Jerusalem 
Park wood 
Temple 
Yates 



GROUP III 



Calvary 
Cheek Heights 
Durham Memorial 



Faith 

Fieldcrest 

First 



Gorman 
Grace 

Holloway Street 



Leesville Road 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 



GROUP IV 

Angier Avenue Cedar Fork Homestead Heights Olive Branch 

Berea Edgemont Hope Valley Page Road 

Bethesda Good Samaritan Lowe's Grove Park View 

Trinity 



Please note that churches are not asked to serve two meals in the same year. 



90 



REPORT OF THE GENERAL BOARD 



The General Board is the body which makes decisions for the North Carolina Baptist 
State Convention between annual sessions. The Board is made up of either one or two 
representatives from each association and from each region. The Board meets in 
January, May, and September, and can have special called meetings. Representatives 
from Yates Association are Rev. Jerry E. Harper, Sr. of Mount Hermon Church and Rev. 
Crate H. Jones of Angier Avenue Church. 

This year the Board approved the report of the Council on Christian Higher Education, 
which recommended a five year funding of six Baptist colleges on an equal basis. The 
Board also adopted a proposal to enter a partnership in evangelism with the Sao 
Paulo, Brazil Baptist State Convention for five years. The goal would be to start 
1,000 new churches in that town. 

Other items included the approval of a constitution for the Fruitland Bible 
Institute. The proposed budget for 1988 of $9,585,000 was approved. 

All of the above items will be presented for further approval at the State Convention 
meeting in November. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Jerry E. Harper, Sr. 
Crate H. Jones 



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IN MEMORIAM 



ANGIER AVENUE: Mrs. Dorothy Abernathy, Mr. Rex Aiken, Mr. W. R. Barker, Miss Stella 
Beck with, Mr. Chester B. Britt, Mrs. Hazel Copley, Mrs. Iris Crutchf ield, 
Mrs. J. W. Emory, Mr. W. T. Hall, Jr., Mrs. Nora Mae Hockaday, Mrs. Irene King, 
Mrs. Louise Lambe, Mrs. Edna Leathers, Mrs. Lewis Marcom, Mrs. Eva McFarland, 
Mrs. Charles Sorrell, Mr. J. W. Wilkerson. 

BELLS: Mrs. Cora Lee Horton, Mr. Jenius Lewter. 

BEREA: Mrs. Lula Farrell, Mrs. Andrew Farrell, Mrs. Thelma Wynn, Mr. Zollie Lewter, 

Mrs. Jessie Cook, Mrs. Lee Anna Way. 
BETHESDA: Mrs. Florence G. Collie, Mrs. Mary G. Bryant, Mr. Eugene Davis, Ms. Mollie 

B. Shannon, Mr. Robert Edgerton, Mr. Floyd Bass. 
BRAGGTOWN: Mrs. Shirley Morgan, Mrs. Page Harrell, Mrs. Dorothy McGhee, Mr. Marvin 

Watson, Mrs. Vivian Gunter, Mrs. Lula Lawson. 
CALVARY: Mr. John Kleinschmidt, Ms. Annie Louise Ferguson, Mr. Milton McLamb, 

Ms. Eva O'Briant, Mr. Howard Morris, Ms. Hilda McFarland, Ms. Eleanor 

Pendergraft, Ms. Beulah Ferrell. 
CARRBORO: Mrs. Alice Cole, Mr. Kevin Watts, Mr. Calvin Burch, Mr. Beucannon Clark, 

Mrs. Helen Ewing, Mrs. Jack Wright, Mrs. Magnolia Poythress, Mrs. Maggie 

Ellington, Mrs. Maggie Wrinkle, Mors Moline Parker, Mrs. Bruce Ray, Mr. Jeter 

P. Ellington, Jr., Mrs. Madeline Riggsbee. 
CEDAR FORK: Mrs. Jessie Hemphill. 

CHEEK HEIGHTS: Mr. Floyd Taylor, Mrs. Beatrice Vinson, Mr. William Beverly, 

Mr. Lewis Jones, Mrs. Janelle Glenn. 
CRESSET: Ms. Beulah Peed, Mr. Raeford Crotts. 

DURHAM MEMORIAL: Mrs. Pearl Johnson, Mrs. Elsie King, Mr. Gene Mangum, Mr. Roger 
Morton, Mr. Gene Royster, Mr. William H. Sink, Mrs. Doris Stanhope, Mr. Robert 
L. Watkins, Mrs. Fannie Wilson. 

EBENEZER: Mr. Robert Barham, Mrs. Emma Bivins, Mrs. Margaret Webster. 

EDGEMONT: Mrs. Wade Green, Mrs. Ernest Rogers, Mrs. Calvin Rimmer, Mrs. J. W. Haley. 

EPHESUS: Mr. Robert E. Howard, Mrs. Bonnie McFarling, Mrs. Donia Booker. 

FAITH: Mrs. Lois Carroll. 

FIELDCREST: Ms. Ida Perry, Ms. Fannie Norris. 

FIRST: Mr. Irving Page, Mrs. Florence Farmer, Mrs. Pat Griffin, Miss Hettie Smith, 
Mr. W. J. Broadwell, Mrs. Lottie Barden, Miss Grace Rhodes, Mrs. Zula Bobbitt, 
Mrs. Annie Ruth Tilson, Mrs. Elma Warren, Mr. S. 0. Riley, Mr. Worth Perry, 
Mr. J. L. Walters, Mrs. Julia Byham, Mr. George Parks, Mrs. Lorena Patee, 
Mr. Harrell Perry. 

GORMAN: Mr. Edward C. Ashley, Mr. Elmo Cash, Mrs. Azzillee Crabtree, Mrs. Salome 
McGhee, Mrs. Nina Gooch, Mrs, Kay C. Grennier, Mr. James Laws, Mrs. Honey Lou 
Martin, Mrs. Ethel Murray, Mr. Nelson Walker, Mrs. Kitty Willis. 

GRACE: Mr. Dallas Branch, Mrs. Fred Davis, Mr. A. G. Huntley, Mr. W. B. Isaacs, 
Mrs. Jane F. McCaskill, Mrs. S. 0. Owen, Mr. R. Henry Pope, Mrs. Marie Pridgen, 
Miss Gladys Sanford, Colonel Walter Sewell, Mr. Jamas Stone. 

GREY STONE: Mrs. Marie Barber, Mr. Danny Best, Sr., Mr. W. 0. Brogden, Jr., 
Mrs. Ethel Browning, Mrs. Elsie Cates, Mrs. Fay Chamb'lee, Mrs. Catherine 
Chandler, Mrs. Pearl Cheek, Chpl. Boyce Creamer, Mrs. Gladys Garris, Mrs. 
Grace Gray, Mrs. Frankie Honeycutt, Mr. Ira James, Mrs. Libby Lawson, Mr. 
Harlan McMurray, Mr. S. A. Nichols, Mrs. Mary Parrish, Mr. Edgar Shepherd, Mr. 
James Stanford, Mrs. Mary Stanford, Mrs. Mildred Tucker, Mrs. Carlotta 
Whitfield, Mrs. Mittie Wilson, Mrs. Daphine Wiseman. 

GUESS ROAD: Mr. Robert Byrd, Mr. Robert Connell, Mrs. Lois Overby, Mr. Oscar 
Overby, Mr. Steve Stephenson. 

HOLLOWAY STREET: Mrs. Sallie Bass, Mrs. Ida Davis, Mr. Poe Fogleman, Mrs. Mozelle 
Gardner, Mrs. Lema Holmes, Mrs. Marjorie Ragan, Mrs. Anita Hanks, Mrs. Lillis 
Proctor, Miss Maxine Spence, Mrs. Flossie Williams, Mr. George Wood, 
Mrs. Laurie Wethington, Mr. Bernice Nowell, Mrs. Lucy Speagle. 

HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS: Mrs. Margie McBryde. 



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HOPE VALLEY: Mr. Lee Roy Williams. 
IMMANUEL: Mrs. Louise Goins, Mr. Arthur Ward. 

LAKEWOOD: Mr. C. Owen Dewar, Mr. J. J. Evans, Mr. Leonard S. Gardner, Ms. Virginia 
Gardner, Ms. Carrie Latta, Ms. Ruth Rummelt, Ms. Edna Sherman. 

LOWE'S GROVE: Mrs. Jack Goodwin, Mr. William Sidney Blackwood, Mrs. Ruth Tapscott 
Randolph, Mrs. Lucy Vickers Barbee, Mr. Robert L. Spencer. 

LYSTRA: Ms. Nell Cheek, Ms. Clara Kirby, Mr. Don Parrish, Ms. Madge William, 
Ms. Reba Carson. 

MOUNT CARMEL: Mrs. Maggie D. Cate, Mr. Frank Moore, Mrs. Nonie P. Blackwood, 

Mrs. Ollie R. Pendergraft, Mr. Thomas Pittard. 
MOUNT GILEAD: Mr. Silas Mann, Mr. Nevlin D. Williams. 
MOUNT HERMON: Mr. Malcolm Hicks, Mrs. Pauline James, Mr. David Vail. 
MOUNT MORIAH: Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Young, Mr. Floyd Gooch, Mrs. Myrtle Tillman. 
MOUNT PISGAH: Mr. Grayson Jenkins, Mr. Ray Barbee, Mrs. Alberta Yates Wrenn, 

Mrs. Ruby Lee Farrell. 
OLIVE BRANCH: Mrs. Elizabeth Pollard, Mrs. Elizabeth Hilton, Mr. Jimmie James. 
PAGE ROAD: Mr. Robert Fox, Mr. Dan McGee. 
PARK VIEW: Mr. Noah Brown, Mrs. Alice Lock wood. 
PARKWOOD: Mrs. Winnie Ragan. 

PLAINVIEW: Mr. Claude Dhue, Ms. Lottie Copeland, Ms. Annie Markham. 
RED MOUNTAIN: Mr. Mike Frazier, Mrs. Blanche Gentry. 
RIDGECREST: Mr. Elbert Duke. 

ROSE OF SHARON: Mr. Wiley Barrett, Mr. Waittous Rhew, Mr. Oscar Mayse, Mrs. Kermit 
Dunnagan. 

TEMPLE: Mrs. Nellie Christian, Mr. J. P. Crumpacker, Mrs. Jane Garcia, Mrs. Irene 
Geer, Mr. A. Seaton Holt, Jr. Mrs. Sarah Mangum, Mr. William R. Murray, 
Mrs. Stella Norman, Mrs. Hazel Rickman, Mrs. imogene Smith, Mr. Thomas E. 
Stewart, Mrs. Sudie Sykes, Mrs. Eva Walton, Mrs. Lyda C. Wells. 

TRINITY: Mr. Edgar Faucette. 

UNIVERSITY: Mr. Paul Crabtree, Dr. W. P. Richardson, Mrs. Emily Sparrow, Mr. Joseph 
Moore. 

WATTS STREET: Mrs. Mary Waddell, Mr. Norman Bobbitt, Mrs. Margaret Pulley, Mr. Boyd 
T. Worde, Mr. G. E. Farabow, Mr. John Draughon, Mrs. Lola Stone, Mr. Richard A. 
Mitchell, Jr., Mr. R. Stephen Barnes, Mr. H. H. Cheek. 

WEST DURHAM: Mrs. Lillie Allen, Mr. Larry English, Ms. Gail McAuley, Mrs. Florence 
Thaxton. 

WESTWOOD: Mrs. Thelma McGranahan, Mrs. Julia Garrard, Mrs. Ruth Hendrix, Mrs. Mary 
Hilton. 

YATES: Mr. Archie Pickett, Mrs. Mary Millican, Mr. Charles Welsner, Mrs. Betty 
Frazier, Mrs. Thelma Lindsay, Mr. Austin Daniel, Mrs. Bertha Cherry. 



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YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
CHURCHES 

ANGIER AVENUE REV. CRATE H. JONES 596-6430 

P. 0. BOX 11296 DURHAM, NC 27703 

BAHAMA REV. CAMERON E. ERVIN, JR. 477-0154 

P. O. BOX 155 BAHAMA, NC 27503 

BELLS REV. PAUL V. HOWELL 362-6090 

RT. 3, BOX 140 APEX, NC 27502 

BEREA REV. J. A. FOGLEMAN 544-7151 

5111 FAYETTEVILLE RD. DURHAM, NC 27713 
BETHESDA REV. ERNEST H. FERRELL 596-2158 

1914 S. MIAMI BLVD. DURHAM, NC 27703 
BRAGGTOWN REV. CARL E. HERWEYER 477-6440 

P. O. BOX 15022 DURHAM, NC 27704 

CALVARY REV. JAMES E. WEST 596-2592 

1204 LYNN ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 

CARRBORO DR. JESSE J. CROOM 967-3056 

P. O. BOX 156 CARRBORO, NC 27510 

CEDAR FORK REV. MICHAEL SHUMATE 941-5124 

RT. 1, BOX 229 MORRISVILLE, NC 27560 

CHEEK HEIGHTS REV. JOE D. BOSTIC, III 683-1019 

826 N. HARDEE ST. DURHAM, NC. 27703 

CRESSET 489-2655 

3707 GARRETT RD. DURHAM, NC 27707 

DURHAM MEMORIAL DR. GERALD C. GOODWIN 596-7350 

2703 HOLLOWAY ST. DURHAM, NC 27703 
EBENEZER DR. TOBIE P. STONE, JR. 383-6688 

RT. 2, BOX 422-A DURHAM, NC 27705 

EDGEMONT REV. FOREST M. GALE, JR. 682-3251 

1003 E. MAIN ST. DURHAM, NC 27703 

EPHESUS REV. ELWOOD C. MASSEY, JR. 489-4483 

4700 EPHESUS CH. RD. DURHAM, NC 27707 
FAITH 682-8750 

3321 CHEEK ROAD DURHAM, NC 27704 

FAR RING TON ROAD REV. LYNN M. BULLOCK 489-5889 

RT. 12, BOX 121 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

FIELDCREST REV. NORMAN E. GOSSETT 682-1248 

1815 GLENN SCH. RD. DURHAM, NC 27704 
FIRST DR. CHARLES H. HARRIS 688-7308 

414 CLEVELAND ST. DURHAM, NC 27701 

GOOD SAMARITAN REV. HAROLD J. COBB, JR. 

GORMAN REV. JULIAN M. MOTLEY 688-3947 

3315 E. GEER ST. DURHAM, NC 27704 

GRACE DR. FRANK ZEDICK 688-6765 

1004 N. MANGUM ST. DURHAM, NC 27701 

GREY STONE DR. MALBERT SMITH, JR. 286-2281 

P. O. BOX 2686 DURHAM, NC 27705 

GUESS ROAD DR. BENNY LITTLEJOHN 477-4893 

3102 GUESS ROAD DURHAM, NC 27705 

HOLLOWAY STREET REV. MICHAEL E. BERRYMAN 688-4711 

1415 HOLLOWAY ST. DURHAM, NC 27/03 
HOMESTEAD HTS. DR. LAWRENCE O. HARPER 477-3859 

4007 HOLT SCHOOL RD. DURHAM, NC 27704 
HOPE VALLEY DR. JAMES I. MURPHY 493-1809 

6900 GARRETT RD. DURHAM, NC 27707 



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IMMANUEL REV. RAYMOND C. JOHNS, JR. 

3573 HILLSBOROUGH RD. DURHAM, NC 27705 
LAKEWOOD REV. EVERETTE J. SMITH 

2100 CHAPEL HILL RD. DURHAM, NC 27707 
LEESVILLE ROAD REV. T. ALLAN BARLOW 

RT. 4, BOX 387-B DURHAM, NC 27703 

LOWE'S GROVE REV. DONALD L. BOWDEN, JR. 

4430 S. ALSTON AVE. DURHAM, NC 27713 
LYSTRA 

RT. 9, BOX 541-A CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

MOUNT CAR MEL REV. DON CHRISTIAN 

RT. 6, BOX 473 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

MOUNT GILEAD REV. LEE HARRIS 

PITTSBORO, NC 27312 
JERRY E. HARPER, SR. 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
ROBERT D. WEATHERLY 
DURHAM, NC 27707 
JOE B. ZIMMERMAN 

APEX, NC 27502 
JOHN L. CALDWELL 

DURHAM, NC 27709 



RT. 4, BOX 395 
MOUNT HERMON REV. 

RT. 1, BOX 389 
MOUNT MORIAH REV. 

RT. 7, BOX 18 5- A 
MOUNT PISGAH REV. 

RT. 3, BOX 216 
NEW JERUSALEM REV. 

P. O. BOX 13436 
OLIVE BRANCH REV. FRED M. WILLIAMS, III 

123 OLIVE BRANCH RD. DURHAM, NC 27703 
PAGE ROAD 

RT. 4, BOX 327 DURHAM, NC 27703 

PARK VIEW REV. RICHARD T. HAYES 

2500 ACADIA ST. DURHAM, NC 27704 

PARKWOOD REV. JAMES E. LASTER 

1515 CLERMONT RD. DURHAM, NC 27713 
PLAINVIEW REV. RONALD H. HARRISON 

RT. 5, BOX 688 DURHAM, NC 27704 

RED MOUNTAIN DR. TOM W. JORDAN 

P. O. BOX 103 ROUGEMONT, NC 27572 

RIDGECREST REV. DONALD R. CHASTEEN 

222 MIDLAND RD. DURHAM, NC 27712 

ROSE OF SHARON REV. CHARLES E. RUTT 

4109 GUESS RD. DURHAM, NC 27712 

TEMPLE DR. M. CLAY WARF 

807 W. CHAPEL HILL ST. DURHAM, NC 27701 
TRINITY 

2123 SO HI DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 

UNIVERSITY DR. THOMAS W. DOWNING, JR. 

P. O. BOX 508 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

WATTS STREET 

P. O. BOX 3003 DURHAM, NC 27705 

WEST DURHAM DR. HAROLD J. COBB, SR. 

1901 ATHENS ST. DURHAM, NC 27707 

WESTWOOD REV. E. MCMILLAN BARE 

2031 W. CLUB BLVD. DURHAM, NC 27705 
YATES DR. C. RONALD CUMBIE 

2819 CHAPEL HILL RD. DURHAM, NC 27707 



383-1422 
489-2537 
596-4508 
544-1888 
933-6324 
933-8565 
542-2431 
383-2982 
489-3425 
362-7951 

596-8907 
596-3968 
477-7497 
544-1347 
682-2591 

477-5426 
477-3993 
688-7397 
596-6407 
942-2157 
688-1366 
682-4453 
286-1593 
489-2309 



95 



PASTORS 



ANGIER AVENUE REV. CRATE H. JONES 

3106 APPLING WAY DURHAM, NC 27709 
BAHAMA REV. CAMERON E. ERVIN JR 

124 SMITH DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27712 
BELLS REV. PAUL V. HOWELL 

RT. 3, BOX 140 APEX, NC 27502 
BEREA REV. J. A. FOGLEMAN 

1811 DIAL DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27713 
BETHESDA REV. ERNEST H. FERRELL 

2915 ELLIS ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 
BRAGGTOWN REV. CARL E. HERWEYER 

P. O. BOX 15022 DURHAM, NC 27704 
CALVARY REV. JAMES E. WEST 

3018 APPLING WAY DURHAM, NC 27709 
CARRBORO DR. JESSE CROOM 

P. O. BOX 156 CARRBORO, NC 27510 
CEDAR FORK REV. MICHAEL G. SHUMATE 

359 KILARNEY DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 
CHEEK HEIGHTS REV. JOE BOSTIC 

826 HARDEE STREET DURHAM, NC 27703 
CRESSET 

DURHAM MEMORIAL DR. GERALD C. GOODWIN 

2703 HOLLOWAY STREET DURHAM, NC 27703 
EBENEZER DR. TOBIE P. STONE JR. 

505 HUNTER STREET DURHAM, NC 27712 
EDGEMONT REV. FOREST M. GALE, JR. 

911 FERNCREST DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27705 
EPHESUS REV. ELWOOD C. MASSEY JR 

4700 EPHESUS CH. RD. DURHAM, NC 27707 

FAITH 

FARR I NGTON ROAD REV. LYNN M. BULLOCK 

4142 WALL I NGFORD PL DURHAM, NC 27707 

FIELDCREST REV. NORMAN GOSSETT 

1925 WARD STREET DURHAM, NC 27707 

FIRST DR. CHARLES H. HARRIS 

414 CLEVELAND STREET DURHAM, NC 27701 

GOOD SAMARITAN REV. HAROLD J. COBB, JR. 



GORMAN REV. JULIAN M. MOTLEY 

3216 E. GEER STREET DURHAM } NC 27704 
GRACE DR. FRANK ZEDICK 

5611 RUSSELL ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 
GREY STONE DR. MALBERT SMITH, JR. 

P. O. BOX 2686 DURHAM, NC 27705 
GUESS ROAD DR. BENNY LITTLEJOHN 

2638 KIRK ROAD DURHAM, NC 27705 
HOLLOWAY STREET REV. MICHAEL E. BERRYMAN 

1415 HOLLOWAY STREET DURHAM, NC 27703 
HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS DR. LAWRENCE O. HARPER 

5616 KILTSHIRE ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 
HOPE VALLEY DR. JAMES I. MURPHY 

RT. 3, BOX 276-A DURHAM, NC 27713 



96 



IMV1ANUEL REV. RAYMOND C. JOHNS JR 

5330 VENTURA DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27712 
LAKEWOOD REV. EVERETTE J. SMITH 

1923 WARD STREET DURHAM, NC 27707 
LEESVILLE ROAD REV. ALLAN BARLOW 

2715 INDEPENDENCE AV DURHAM, NC 27703 
LOWE'S GROVE REV. DONALD L. BOWDEN 

4424 S. ALSTON AVE. DURHAM, NC 27713 
LYSTRA 



477-0697 
489-3677 
596-4637 
544-5099 



MOUNT CARMEL REV. 

RT. 6, BOX 473 
MOUNT G I LEAD REV. 

RT. 4, BOX 395 
MOUNT HERMON REV. 

RT. 1, BOX 388 
MOUNT MORI AH REV. 

RT. 7, BOX 182 
MOUNT PISGAH REV. 

RT. 3, BOX 216 
NEW JERUSALEM REV. 



DONALD CHRISTIAN 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
LEE HARRIS 

PITTSBORO, NC 27312 
JERRY E. HARPER, SR 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
ROBERT WEATHERLY 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
JOE ZIMMERMAN 

APEX, NC 27502 

JOHN L. CALDWELL 



415 HIGHVIEW DRIVE CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
OLIVE BRANCH REV. FRED M WILLIAMS III 

3805 DESTRIER DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 
PAGE ROAD 



967-8359 
542-4492 
383-5073 
493-3765 
362-4825 
942-4281 
596-0331 



PARK VIEW REV. RICHARD HAYES 

80 S. ANGELA CIRCLE DURHAM, NC 27703 
PARKWOOD REV. JAMES E. LASTER 

1523 CLERMONT ROAD DURHAM, NC 27713 
PLAINVIEW REV. RONALD H. HARRISON 

RT. 5, BOX 688 DURHAM, NC 27704 
RED MOUNTAIN DR. TOM W. JORDAN 

P. O. BOX 103 ROUGEMONT, NC 27572 
RIDGECREST REV. DON R. CHASTEEN 

5013 LANDSDOWNE DR. DURHAM, NC 27712 
ROSE OF SHARON REV. CHARLES E. RUTT 

4109 GUESS ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 
TEMPLE DR. M. CLAY WARF 

RT. 1, BOX 63-R BAHAMA, NC 27503 
TRINITY 

UNIVERSITY DR. THOMAS DOWNING 

P. O. BOX 508 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
WATTS STREET 

WEST DURHAM DR. HAROLD J. COBB, SR. 

3517 WESTOVER STREET DURHAM, NC 27707 
WESTWOOD REV. E. MAC BARE 

1301 VIRGINIA AVE. DURHAM, NC 27705 
YATES DR. C. RONALD CUMBIE 

227 MONT I CELLO AVE. DURHAM, NC 27707 



596-3773 
544-4637 
682-2736 
477-3657 
383-0125 
477-3857 
477-8527 

942-2157 

490-1042 
286-5575 
489-7507 



97 



ASSOCIATE/ASSISTANT PASTORS 

ANGIER AVENUE REV. FULTON HARTZOG 596-1253 

5113 SHAG BARK DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 

DURHAM MEMORIAL DR. H. MORAN WHITLEY 596-6387 

2721 HOLLOWAY ST. DURHAM, NC 27703 

EBENEZER REV. ELMO WHITAKER 688-2048 

1706 AVONDALE DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27701 

HOMESTEAD HTS. REV. DANIEL W. PARKER 477-3859 

4007 HOLT SCHOOL RD. DURHAM, NC 27704 

MOUNT HERMON REV. R. CLAY BERRY, III 471-8616 

2501 BANNER STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 

NEW JERUSALEM REV. JOHNNIE MCIVER 286-0329 

1116 BERKELEY ST. DURHAM, NC 27705 

PARK VIEW REV. ROGER LEE 477-1222 

2208 N. ROXBORO RD. DURHAM, NC 27704 

RED MOUNTAIN REV. JOSEPH GLENN 471-0420 

1219 OPEN AIR ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 

TEMPLE REV. BRIAN C. ALLEN 286-7868 

1712 FOREST ROAD DURHAM, NC 27705 

UNIVERSITY REV. NANCY LEE 942-2157 

P. O. BOX 508 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

UNIVERSITY REV. DAVID RAMSEY 942-2157 

P. O. BOX 508 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

WEST DURHAM REV. LEE E. JONES 688-3761 

109 W. WEAVER ST. DURHAM, NC 27707 

WESTWOOD REV. SCOTT CURETON 477-5983 

11-G WEATHERHILL DR. DURHAM, NC 27705 

MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 

BETHESDA REV. DERYL HOLLIDAY, SR. 383-4132 

6 KARA PLACE DURHAM, NC 27712 

BRAGGTOWN DR. ROBERT A. WORTHAM 544-6131 

107 BRADLEY CIR. DURHAM, NC 27713 

CALVARY MR. RANDALL CLARK 596-5527 

518 PLEASANT DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 

CARRBORO MR. RICHARD ERWIN 968-9979 

115 OLD PITTSBORO RD. CARRBORO, NC 27510 

DURHAM MEMORIAL DR. H. MORAN WHITLEY 596-6387 

2721 HOLLOWAY ST. DURHAM, NC 27703 

EBENEZER MR. EARL ECHOLS 383-8924 

3111 UMSTEAD ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 

FIRST MRS. MARY CLAYTON 688-7308 

414 CLEVELAND ST. DURHAM, NC 27701 

GORMAN REV. RONALD RICHARDSON 361-5859 

5221-K PENRITH DR. DURHAM, NC 27713 

GRACE MR. EDWARD H. HAMMETT 477-3751 

2674 HITCHCOCK DR. DURHAM, NC 27705 

GREY STONE REV. WALLY FOWLER 286-2281 

P. O. BOX 2686 DURHAM, NC 27705 

GUESS ROAD MR. ROBERT BRESCH 556-7205 

20 MCDOWELL ST. WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 

RIDGECREST MR. WILEY OAKLEY 477-1083 

4907 SETERRA BEND DURHAM, NC 27712 

TEMPLE REV. J. HAROLD CRAIG 471-4688 

2519 WILBON ST. DURHAM, NC 27704 

WATTS STREET REV. RICHARD E. CHORLEY 688-1366 

P. O. BOX 3003 DURHAM, NC 27705 

YATES REV. THOMAS C. NEWBOULT 493-4289 

3802 HULON DR. DURHAM, NC 27705 



98 



MUSIC DIRECTORS 



ANGIER AVENUE REV. JOHN T. LAVERTY 

1508 SYCAMORE STREET DURHAM, NC 27707 
BAHAMA MS. JENNIFER METZGER 

P. 0. BOX 2253 SEBTS WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 
BELLS MR. TIM DAVIDSON 

P. 0. BOX 841 PITTSBORO, NC 27312 
BEREA MRS. JUANITA VICKERS 

RT. 3, BOX 116 DURHAM, NC 27713 
BETHESDA REV. E. HUGH 0' SHIELDS 

2403 AZALEA DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 
BRAGGTOWN MR. J. H. MCGUGAN 

602 CLARION DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27705 
CALVARY MR. RANDALL CLARK 

518 PLEASANT DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 
CARRBORO MRS. KATHIE WILKINSON 

303 CHERYL AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27712 
CEDAR FORK MRS. SONYA MAS SENG ILL 

111 LOCH LOMOND CIR CARY, NC 27511 
CHEEK HEIGHTS MRS. EDWIN BRYANT 

1822 PENROD ROAD DURHAM, .NC 27703 
CRESSET REV. ROBERT W. COOK 

4002 WESTFIELD DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27705 
DURHAM MEMORIAL DR. H. MORAN WHITLEY 

2721 HOLLOWAY STREET DURHAM, NC 27703 
EBENEZER MR. EARL ECHOLS 

3111 UMSTEAD ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 
EDGEMONT MR. JOHN MAYF I ELD 

3311 C VIEW DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27713 
EPHESUS MRS. FAYE BASSETT 

3607 COLE MILL RD. DURHAM, NC 27712 
FAITH MR. NORMAN STALLINGS 

2515 ROLLING PINES DURHAM, NC 27703 
FARRINGTON ROAD MS. SHARON B. ROSS 

2400 CH HILL-NELSON CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
FIELDCREST MS. DOROTHY BYRD 

3403 SUMMERLIN ROAD DURHAM, NC 27704 
FIRST MRS. SUSAN BROWNING 

200 CHERYL AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27712 
GOOD SAMARITAN 



489-4081 
556-6801 
542-2040 
544-1464 
596-7381 
383-0092 
596-5527 
471-9547 
362-1475 
682-5241 
383-9292 
596-6387 
383-8924 
544-3452 
383-6432 
496-7433 
489-0382 
688-2645 
471-2405 



GORMAN MR. HERBERT B. GRAY 

3307 E. GEER STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 
GRACE MR. W. BURKE RAPER 

1303 WASHINGTON ST. DURHAM, NC 27701 
GREY STONE REV. THANE KENDALL 

P. O. BOX 2686 DURHAM, NC 27705 
GUESS ROAD MR. MIKE MCGEE 

BOX 2249 WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 
HOLLOWAY STREET MR. STEVE PARKER 

1415 HOLLOWAY STREET DURHAM, NC 27703 
HOP-IE STEAD HEIGHTS REV. CHRIS GAYNOR 

4007 HOLT SCHOOL RD. DURHAM, NC 27704 
HOPE VALLEY MR. BRUCE BENTON 

3900 COLORADO AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27707 



682-7548 
682-7351 
286-2281 
556-4980 
688-4711 
477-3859 
489-4910 



99 



IMVIANUEL MR. GARY CROW 

408 COUNTRY LANE DR. DURHAM, NC 27705 
LAKEWOOD MRS. SARAH HARVEY 

807 GREEN STREET DURHAM, NC 27701 
LEESVILLE ROAD MS. ELOISE SHEPHERD 

RT. 6, BOX 229 DURHAM, NC 27703 
LOWE'S GROVE MRS. PATTI LINGAFELT 

1505 SEDWICK RD. DURHAM, NC 27713 
LYSTRA MS. ERICA SANDOZ 



383-1964 
688-5428 
596-4616 
544-5567 



MOUNT CARMEL MR. H. MITCHELL FULLER 

216 BUTLER COURT CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MOUNT G I LEAD MS. CAROL KILPATRICK 

RT. 7, BOX 77 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MOUNT HERMON MRS. C. O. COUCH 

4813 WEST HILLS DR. DURHAM, NC 27705 
MOUNT MORI AH MR. TONY ALDERMAN 

RT. 7, BOX 170 DURHAM, NC 27705 
MOUNT PISGAH MRS. ANN FARRELL 

308 HOLLEMAN STREET APEX, NC 27502 
NEW JERUSALEM MRS. JENNIS WALLS 

1516 STACEY DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27712 
OLIVE BRANCH MR. TODD MEDLIN 

2527 ARDSLEY DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 
PAGE ROAD MRS. JOAN MITCHELL 

1902 BETHESDA AVE. DURHAM, NC 27703 
PARK VIEW MRS. JANET GIVEN 

52 MCDOWELL DRIVE WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 
PARKWOOD MRS . SUSAN MILLER 

243 N. WINGATE ST. WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 
PLAINVIEW REV. BARRY DODSON 

RT. 3, BOX 143-B CREEDMOOR, NC 27522 
RED MOUNTAIN MRS. LINDA WEAVER 

ROUTE 2 ROUGEMONT, NC 27572 
RIDGECREST MR. WILEY OAKLEY 

4907 SETERRA BEND DURHAM, NC 27712 
ROSE OF SHARON MRS. DALE BAKER 

RT. 6, BOX 181 DURHAM, NC 27703 
TEMPLE REV. J. HAROLD CRAIG 

2519 WILBON STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 
TRINITY MR. JEFF OWENS 

2205 EASTWOOD DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 
UNIVERSITY MR. CHARLIE CURRIN 

P. O. BOX 5 08 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
WATTS STREET MR. E. KENNETH HARRELL 

P. O. BOX 3003 DURHAM , NC 27705 
WEST DURHAM MR. LEON COLE 

4225 D ENFIELD ST. DURHAM, NC 27704 
WESTWOOD REV. SCOTT CURETON 

11-G WEATHERHILL DR. DURHAM, NC 27705 
YATES REV. TED FORD F. REED 

3814 HULON DRIVE DURHAM , NC 27705 



929-9517 
933-6239 
383-2208 
489-0436 
362-6309 
471-3269 
596-6966 
596-4618 
556-7020 
556-3463 
528-0442 
364-2184 
477-1083 
596-6689 
471-4688 
596-2219 
942-2157 
688-1366 
471-4050 
477-5983 
493-6225 



100 



MINISTERS OF YOUTH 



BAHAMA MS. JENNIFER METZGER 

P. 0. BOX 2253 SEBTS WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 
BETHESDA MR. MARC FRANCIS 

1901 BETHESDA AVE. DURHAM, NC 27703 
BRAGGTOWN MISS DEBBIE ISLEY 

3218 ROXBORO RD. DURHAM, NC 27704 

CALVARY MR. RANDALL CLARK 

518 PLEASANT DR. DURHAM, NC 27703 

CARRBORO MR. TIM WILKINSON 

303 CHERYL AVE. DURHAM, NC 27712 

DURHAM MEMORIAL REV. EDWARD DENTON 

RT. 2, BOX 374-1A CREEDMOOR, NC 27522 

EBENEZER MR. EARL ECHOLS 

3111 UMSTEAD RD. DURHAM, NC 27712 

FIRST REV. CHRIS HARRISON 

414 CLEVELAND ST. DURHAM, NC 27701 

GORMAN REV. RONALD RICHARDSON 

5221-K PENRITH DR. DURHAM, NC 27713 
GRACE MR. J. ALAN TAYLOR 

P. O. BOX 2048 SEBTS WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 
GREY STONE REV. RENNIE ADCOCK 

P. O. BOX 2686 DURHAM, NC 27705 

GUESS ROAD MR." ROBERT BRESCH 

20 MCDOWELL ST. WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 

HOLLOWAY STREET MR. STEVE PARKER 

1415 HOLLOWAY ST. DURHAM, NC 27703 
HOMESTEAD HTS. REV. TRUETT WILLIAMS 

4007 HOLT SCHOOL RD. DURHAM, NC 27704 
HOPE VALLEY MR. JIMMY D. CAMP 

RT. 12, BOX 163 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

LEESVILLE ROAD MR. ALBERT MARK HAM 

RT. 1, BOX 425-A RALEIGH, NC 27614 

LOWE'S GROVE MISS CHERISE MONTI ETH 



214 BUTLER CT. 
MOUNT CAR MEL MR. 

216 BUTLER CT. 
MOUNT GILEAD MR. 

37 MCDOWELL DR. 



CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
H. MITCHELL FULLER 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
BENNY GREEN 

WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 
MOUNT HERMON REV. R. CLAY BERRY, III 

2501 BANNER ST. DURHAM, NC 27704 

MOUNT MORIAH MR. KEN THROCKMORTON 

4409-B EMERALD FOREST DURHAM, NC 27713 
PARK VIEW MR. TODD TRIPLETT 

96 MCDOWELL ST. WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 

PARKWOOD MR. TOM OGBURN 

905 B-4 PARKRIDGE RD. DURHAM, NC 27713 
PLAINVIEW MISS L. MICHELLE HARRISON 

RT. 5, BOX 688 DURHAM, NC 27704 

RIDGECREST MR. EDDIE JOHNSON 

1316-A CHERRYCREST DR. DURHAM, NC 27704 
ROSE OF SHARON MR. DALE BAKER 

RT. 6, BOX 181 DURHAM, NC 27703 

TEMPLE REV. BRIAN C. ALLEN 

1712 FOREST RD. DURHAM, NC 27705 

UNIVERSITY MR. DAVID RAMSEY 

P. O. BOX 508 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 



556-6801 
596-1392 
477-6440 
596-5527 
471-9547 
575-6892 
383-8924 
688-7308 
361-5859 
556-0099 
286-2281 
556-7205 
688-4711 
477-3859 

846-2642 
968-3870 
929-9517 
556-0446 
471-8616 
544-3136 
556-4451 
490-1970 
682-2736 
477-1693 
596-6689 
286-7868 
942-2157 



101 



WESTWOOD MR. DAVID NORDSTROM 

2920 CHAPEL HILL RD. DURHAM, NC 27707 

YATES MR. JOHN FREDERICK 

7-B JUPITER CT. DURHAM, NC 27705 



MINISTERS OF RECREATION 

DURHAM MEMORIAL REV. EDWARD DENTON 

RT. 2, BOX 374-1A CREEDMOOR, NC 27522 

PAGE ROAD MR. TOM ADCOCK 

2523 ROLLING PINES DURHAM, NC 27703 



CHURCH SECRETARIES 

ANGIER AVENUE MRS. DAVID COPE 

2645 UMSTEAD RD. DURHAM, NC 27712 

BELLS MRS. B. L. MASON, JR. 

ROUTE 3 APEX, NC 27502 

BETHESDA MRS. BETTY LAMB 

1107 HYDE PARK DURHAM, NC 27703 

BRAGGTOWN MRS. TROY HASTY 

2800 CROASDAILE #6 DURHAM, NC 27705 

CALVARY MRS. MARGIE FAULKNER 

3224 ROWENA AVE. DURHAM, NC 27703 

CARRBORO MRS. SANDY HUNN 

P. O. BOX 156 CARRBORO, NC 27510 

CHEEK HEIGHTS MISS KAY LADD 

4411 RHEW DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27704 

CRESSET MRS. CAROL ROYCROFT 

3428 RANDOLPH RD. DURHAM, NC 27705 

DURHAM MEMORIAL MRS. MARY FOUSHEE 

109 N. JOYLAND AVE. DURHAM, NC 27703 

EBENEZER MRS. KELLY RILEY 

309 PALMERS GROVE CH HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 

EDGEMONT MRS. ASHLAND GALE 

626 HAMMOND ST. DURHAM, NC 27704 

EPHESUS MRS. KAROL NEWBOULT 

3802 HULON DR. DURHAM, NC 27705 

FAITH MRS. PENNY GRUBER 

SNOW HILL RD. DURHAM, NC 27712 

FARRINGTON ROAD MRS. LINDA TINGEN 

RT. 12, BOX 116 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

FIRST MRS. BARBARA ATKINSON 

104 PI NEGATE #2 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

GORMAN MRS. BLANCHE THORNTON 

RT. 1, BOX 13 BAHAMA, NC 27503 

GRACE MRS. PEGGY ROYAL 

4510 CHESHIRE CT. DURHAM, NC 27705 

GREY STONE MISS LOUISE GARRARD 

P. O. BOX 2686 DURHAM, NC 27705 

HOLLOWAY STREET MRS. DALRENE HARRILL 

420 IDLEWOOD DR. DURHAM, NC 27703 

HOMESTEAD HTS. MRS. W. B. TURNER 

OAK FOREST DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27712 

HOPE VALLEY MRS. FAYE WIGGINS 

RT. 2, BOX 508-C DURHAM, NC 27705 



493-7643 
471-2792 

575-6892 
596-6720 

596-6430 
362-6090 
596-2158 
383-5845 
596-2592 
967-3056 
683-1019 
489-2655 
596-7350 
732-7840 
682-3251 
489-4483 
682-8750 
489-5889 
688-7308 
688-3947 
688-6765 
286-2281 
688-4711 
477-3859 
493-1809 



102 



IMMANUEL MRS. E. C. CANNON 

3721 CAMBRIDGE RD. DURHAM, NC 27705 
LAKEWOOD MS. MARILYN DODSON 

2723 OLD SUGAR RD. DURHAM, NC 27707 
LEESVILLE ROAD MS. ARLENE HARRIS 

RT. 4, BOX 387-A DURHAM, NC 27703 

LOWE'S GROVE MRS. VICKIE COUCH 

4430 S. ALSTON AVE. DURHAM, NC 27713 



MARY ANNE DUNCAN 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
LYNNE SIZEMORE 

HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 
BARBARA WALKER 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
DIANNE LAWRENCE 

APEX, NC 27502 



27704 



MOUNT CAR MEL MRS. 

RT. 11, BOX 88 
MOUNT HERMON MRS. 

#8 CATES COURT 
MOUNT MORIAH MRS. 

6607 GARRETT RD. 
MOUNT PISGAH MRS. 

RT. 3, BOX 201 
NEW JERUSALEM MS. BRENDA J. RILEY 
610 SADDLE RIDGE AVE. DURHAM, NC 
PAGE ROAD MRS. PAIGE RYDER 

2105 ADVENTURE TRAIL DURHAM, NC 
PARK VIEW MS. JO ELLEN BLAINE 

3819 HANFORD DR. DURHAM, NC 

PARKWOOD MRS. JOAN BREESE 

1240 LITTLE CREEK RD. DURHAM, NC 
PLAIN VIEW MRS. TERESA PAR TON 

2708 MANSFIELD AVE. DURHAM, NC 
RIDGECREST MRS. JACQUELINE MCFARLAND 

5114 KENWOOD RD. DURHAM, NC 27712 

ROSE OF SHARON MRS. STEPHEN BROSNAN 

504 CRESTVIEW DR. DURHAM, NC 27712 
TEMPLE MRS. IRIS WHEELER 

RT. 1, BOX 168 BAHAMA, NC 

TRINITY MRS. MARTHA WALL 

5319 DURAND DR. DURHAM, NC 

UNIVERSITY MRS. TONI ADAMS 

P. O. BOX 508 CHAPEL HILL, NC 

WATTS STREET MS. HILDRED E. CASSELL 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
LINDA MCKINNIE 

DURHAM, NC 27707 



27703 



27703 



27713 



27703 



27503 



27705 



27514 



P. O. BOX 3003 
WEST DURHAM MS. 
908 CORONA ST. 



WESTWOOD MRS. KENNETH ROBINSON 

1601 MARYLAND AVE. DURHAM, NC 27705 

YATES MRS. SHIRLEY PICKETT 

3121 PICKETT RD. DURHAM, NC 27705 



ORDAINED MINISTERS 

LEO T. BRIDGERS 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
RAY CUMBEE 

DURHAM, NC 27712 



ANGIER AVENUE REV 

2905 MONROE ST. 
BAHAMA REV 

313 CHERYL DR. 
BETHESDA REV. RONALD BENSON 

1411 TYONEK DR. DURHAM, NC 

CEDAR FORK CAPT. DON BROWN 

BOX 1100 AEBA-CH-MCN A. P.O. NY 
DURHAM MEMORIAL REV. PHILLIP OAKLEY 

3703 FREEMAN ROAD DURHAM, NC 
EBENEZER REV. FOY HAYES 

416 BELMONT DR. DURHAM, NC 



27703 



09742-0018 



27703 



27703 



383-1422 
489-2537 
596-4508 
544-1888 
933-8565 
383-2982 
489-3425 
362-7951 
541-4418 
596-3968 
477-7497 
544-1347 
682-2591 
477-5426 
477-3993 
688-7397 
596-6407 
942-2157 
688-1366 
682-4453 
286-1593 
489-2309 

489-8913 
471-9247 
596-1215 

596-7820 
596-5655 



103 



FIRST REV. JERE JUDD 

147 BARCLAY RD. DURHAM, NC 27712 

REV. MARVIN B. SETTLE, JR. 
5613 CENTENNIAL DR. DURHAM, NC 27712 

REV. THAD ASHLEY 
2612 N. ROXBORO RD. DURHAM, NC 27704 

REV. DAVID HARTZOG 
1601 SEDGEFIELD APT. F DURHAM, NC 27705 
GORMAN REV. ED GORDON 

3904 E. GEER ST. DURHAM, NC 27704 

REV. JOHN T. EDWARDS 
3208 E. GEER ST. DURHAM, NC 27704 

REV. CARL GRAHAM 
RT. 4, BOX 169-L WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 



GRACE 



P. O. BOX 392 



407 



MR. JAMES BLAND 

DURHAM, NC 27702 
REV. ROBERT CLEGG 
W. MARKHAM AVE. DURHAM, NC 27701 
REV. MICHAEL HEATH 
1509 GLENDALE AVE. DURHAM, NC 27701 

REV. LAWRENCE KNOTT 
2710 SPARGER RD. DURHAM, NC 27705 

REV. MICHAEL LEONHARDT 
BOX 967 PEMBROKE, NC 28372 

REV. TED G. STONE 
5114 PINE TRAIL DR. DURHAM, NC 27712 
GREY STONE REV. AARON CONN 

240'5 CAMBRIDGE DR. DURHAM, NC 27707 
GUESS ROAD DR. ROBERT ABARNO 

2800 CROASDAILE J-10 DURHAM, NC 27705 

REV. RAY ALDERSON 
6002 BAIRD ST. DURHAM, NC 27712 

HOMESTEAD HTS. REV. RAY W. ROGERS 

2538 FAIRLAWN RD. DURHAM, NC 27705 

MOUNT HERMON REV. JAMES WILLIAMS 

P. O. BOX 118 HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 

OLIVE BRANCH REV. HAROLD RUMFELT 

339 OLIVE BRANCH RD. DURHAM, NC 27703 
PAGE ROAD REV. A. D. FRAZIER 

4214 LUMLEY RD. DURHAM, NC 27703 

PARK VIEW REV. JOHN WADE 

1698 GLENDALE AVE. DURHAM, NC 27704 
RED MOUNTAIN REV. THOMAS V. POTTS 

ROUGEMONT, NC 27572 
DOUG WILLETT 

BAHAMA, NC 27503 
DAVID BECK 

HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 
PREMINTO CHISENHALL 
27712 



REV. 



ROUTE 1 
RIDGECREST 

RT. 1, BOX 3 

REV. 

7209 BIG HORN DR. 
ROSE OF SHARON REV. 

3126 ROSE OF SHARON DURHAM, NC 

REV. ERVIN DILLEHAY 
3804 RI VERMONT RD. DURHAM, NC 27712 

REV. KENNETH PRICE 
7917 LOWELL VALLEY BAHAMA, NC 27503 
TEMPLE REV. MIKE BROADWAY 

2817 NATION AVE. DURHAM, NC 27707 

DR. JOHN W. CARLTON 
4010LINKWOOD HOUSTON, TX 77025 



471-8679 
477-3416 
477-5659 
286-5660 
688-7945 
688-8446 
556-3174 
489-2322 
688-0371 
682-7489 
383-3653 
521-0877 
477-1581 
489-5436 
383-1440 
477-9071 
477-4255 
383-1057 
596-0928 
596-7017 
682-8584 
364-8416 
477-7420 
471-8228 
477-2787 
383-2956 
477-0189 
493-0488 



104 



REV. RICHARD T. DAVIS 471-1049 
703 NEWSOME ST. DURHAM, NC 27704 

REV. BOYCE, KIMBALL 489-0811 
1801 WILLIAMSBURG DURHAM, NC 27707 

REV. STEVEN D. PASCHALL 
12 MARIVELES RD. EATONTOWN, NJ 07724 

REV. C. S. WATERS 
1225 POPLAR ST. GARNER, NC 27539 

REV. HUGH C. WATKINS 596-6588 
2607 TUCKAWANNA AVE. DURHAM, NC 27703 

UNIVERSITY REV. BOB PHILLIPS 732-2383 

RT. 6, BOX 738 HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 

WATTS STREET REV. BILLY GRIFFIN 383-8871 
5332 LAKEVIEW DR. DURHAM, NC 27712 

DR. CLARK CAHOW 688-8607 
1106 WATTS ST. DURHAM, NC 27701 

REV. DAVID MAY 493-9109 
2310 PRINCE ST. DURHAM, NC 27707 

REV. JOHN C. HUDSON 544-7242 
5304 MCCORMICK RD. DURHAM, NC 27713 

REV. DALE JOHNSON 732-5582 
RT. 5, BOX 581 HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 

REV. HUGH DUKES 
307 GAINES MILL RD. HAMPTON, VA 23669 

YATES REV. BARRY HARVEY 688-5428 
807 GREEN ST. DURHAM, NC 27701 

REV. SAUNDPA LEIGHTNER 968-1205 
100 TARHEEL M.H. CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 



MINISTERS ORDAINED DURING THE YEAR 

BETHESDA REV. ALLEN ADMIRE 

3113 APPLING WAY DURHAM, NC 27703 

CEDAR FORK REV. MICHAEL SHUMATE 941-5124 

359 KILARNEY DR. DURHAM, NC 27703 

EPHESUS REV. MATHEW S. BROWN 

BOX 3549 A.P.O. NY 09009 

GORMAN REV. PRESTON STAIN BACK 

600 CREEK RD. ELIZABETH CITY, NC 27909 

MOUNT HERMON REV. R. CLAY BERRY, III 471-8616 

2501 BANNER ST. DURHAM, NC 27704 

UNIVERSITY REV. NANCY C. LEE 942-2157 

413 CAMERON AVE. CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

WATTS STREET REV. ANDREA O'CONNELL 

901 CHALK LEVEL F-14 DURHAM, NC 27704 
REV. G. PAUL BOONE 

ADDRESS UNKNOWN 
WESTWOOD REV. W. LYNN PETERS 

P. O. BOX 906 FREEMONT, NC 27830 

YATES REV. SAUNDRA LEIGHTNER 968-1205 

100 TARHEEL M.H. CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 



105 



MINISTERS LICENSED DURING THE TEAR 



BELLS MR. DAN BOONE 

ROUTE 3 APEX, NC 27502 

EBENEZER MR. JOHN BAKER 

ROUTE 1, BOX 242 HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 

GORMAN MR. KEVIN KENNEDY 

1647 NEWCASTLE RD. DURHAM, NC 27704 
MR. DANIEL TILLEY 

2702 COOKSBURY DR. DURHAM, NC 27704 
LEESVILLE ROAD MR. TERRY WHELESS 

3215 MOSSDALE AVE. DURHAM, NC 27707 
MOUNT GILEAD MR. BENNY GREEN 

37 MCDOWELL DR. WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 



MEDIA LIBRARY DIRECTORS 

ANGIER AVENUE MRS. JOHN T. LAVERTY 489-4081 

1508 SYCAMORE ST. DURHAM, NC 27707 

BRAGGTOWN MRS. RAY CORN 477-2987 

703 LATTA ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 

CALVARY MISS GLENDA LACOSTE 596-8316 

612 MIDWAY AVE. DURHAM, NC 27703 

CARRBORO MERYL SYKES/GLADYS PARKER 967-3056 

P. O. BOX 156 CARRBORO, NC 27510 

CEDAR FORK MRS. GLORIA COLCLOUGH 544-2477 

RT. 1, BOX 329 MORRISVILLE, NC 27560 

CHEEK HEIGHTS MRS. ANNIE B. MOORE 

1305 JUNCTION RD. DURHAM, NC 27704 

CRESSET MRS. PAM STEWART 493-3310 

3902 HULON DR. DURHAM, NC 27705 

DURHAM MEMORIAL MRS. SHIRLEY PRICE 596-7847 

1723 STAGE RD. DURHAM, NC 27703 

EBENEZER MR. LONNIE BELL 383-0153 

RT. 1, BOX 271-37 DURHAM, NC 27705 

EDGEMONT MR. & MRS. RICHARD CONOVER 471-2406 

2911 FAWN AVE. DURHAM, NC 27705 

EPHESUS MRS. ELSIE BOOKER 493-9149 

RT. 12, BOX 159 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

FIELDCREST MR. PHIL WILLIAMS 682-1447 

3637 WESTMINISTER DURHAM, NC 27704 

FIRST MRS. MARJORIE WATKINS 477-7817 

2501 STATE ST. DURHAM, NC 27704 

GORMAN MRS. CINDY GANN 682-2696 

5210 SKY LANE DR. DURHAM, NC 27704 

GRACE MR. EDWARD H. HAMMETT 477-3751 

2674 HITCHCOCK DR. DURHAM, NC 27705 

GREY STONE MRS. LILY YU 383-0134 

4801 BERINI DR. DURHAM, NC 27705 

GUESS ROAD MRS. PATRICIA COGHILL 477-6921 

508 PARKVIEW DR. DURHAM, NC 27712 

HOLLOWAY STREET MISS JOAN WEATHERSPOON 682-6777 

2325 TAYLOR ST. DURHAM, NC 27703 

IMMANUEL MRS. THAD SPARKS 383-3548 

1417 COLEWOOD DR. DURHAM, NC 27705 

LAKEWOOD MS. ROBIN KNIGHT 489-5655 

3007 UNIVERSITY DR. DURHAM, NC 27707 

106 



LOWE f S GROVE MISS AUDREY EVANS 

1501 COLE MILL RD. DURHAM, NC 27712 
MOUNT CARMEL MS. JUDITH JAMES 

299 NATURE TRAIL CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

MOUNT HERMON MRS. ARTHUR COLLINS 

2211 SPARGER RD. DURHAM, NC 27705 

MOUNT MORI AH MRS. PRISCILLA NICHOLS 

1507 LOGAN ST. DURHAM, NC 27704 

MOUNT PISGAH MISS BARBARA SEARS 

ROUTE 3 APEX, NC 27502 

OLIVE BRANCH MRS. AMERITH OWEN 

3014 HOLLOWAY ST. DURHAM, NC 27703 
PARK VIEW MS. AUDREY HARRELL 

410 ARGONNE DR. DURHAM, NC 27704 

PLAINVIEW MRS. KAYE WOODS 

2582 ARDSLEY DR. DURHAM, NC 27704 

RED MOUNTAIN MRS. LOIS GATES 

RT. 3, BOX 20 ROUGEMONT, NC 27572 

RIDGECREST MRS. JANIE CLEMENTS 

P. O. BOX 195 BAHAMA, NC 27503 

WATTS STREET MRS. BARBARA NEWNAM 

4303 RHEW DR. DURHAM, NC 27704 

WESTWOOD MRS. LINWOOD TEW 

706 FRAZIER ST.- DURHAM, NC 27705 

YATES MRS. NORMA MALLARD 

17 GORHAM PLACE DURHAM, NC 27705 



107 



SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTORS 



ANGIER AVENUE MR. DONNIE MCFALL 

RT. 6, BOX 567A DURHAM, NC 27703 
BAHAMA MR. EARL SMITH 

8206 LOWELL VALLEY BAHAMA, NC 27503 
BELLS MR. DAVID JOYNER 

RT. 3, BOX 157-1 APEX, NC 27502 
BEREA MRS. MARY OLIVE 

RT. 2, BOX 25 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
BETHESDA MR. LUNSFORD WILLIAMS 

4424 ANGIER AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27703 
BRAGGTOWN MR. BUDDY BROWN 

5714 WANDERLUST LANE DURHAM, NC 27712 
CALVARY MR. JERRY EDMONDS 

P. O. BOX 1267 CREEDMOOR, NC 27522 
CARRBORO MR. LEONARD CHEEK 

106 LILAC DRIVE CARRBORO, NC 27510 
CEDAR FORK REV. MICHAEL G. SHUMATE 

359 KILARNEY DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 
CHEEK HEIGHTS MR. VERNON AVERETTE 

1831 E. GEER STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 
CRESSET MR. ROBERT TARPLEY 

5314 BEAUMONT DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27707 
DURHAM MEMORIAL MR. CECIL VAUGHAN 

RT. 3, BOX 39-D HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 
EBENEZER MR. MACK CLARY 

8035 LOWELL VALLEY BAHAMA, NC 27503 
EDGEMONT MRS. JOHN MAYFIELD 

3311 C VIEW DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27713 
EPHESUS MRS. ELSIE BOOKER 

RT. 12, BOX 159 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
FAITH MR. ZEB WALKER 

2511 E. CLUB BLVD EX DURHAM, NC 27704 
FARR I NGTON ROAD MR. CHARLES COLEMAN 

5500-63D FORTUNES RG DURHAM, NC 27707 
FIELDCREST MR. THOMAS C. ELLIS 

3210 SHERBON DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27707 
FIRST MR. ARNOLD BROGAN 

3926 KELLY DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27707 
GOOD SAMARITAN 

GORMAN MR. DOLPHUS TILLEY 

2702 COOKS BURY DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27704 
GRACE MR. GARY CARVER 

4012 CHAUCER DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27705 
GREY STONE MR. JACK RIGSBEE 

P. O. BOX 2803 DURHAM, NC 27705 
GUESS ROAD MRS. BERTA MOORE 

3516 GUESS ROAD DURHAM, NC 27705 
HOLLOWAY STREET MR. FRANK SHIPP 

7 GALAXY COURT DURHAM, NC 27705 
HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS MRS. DONNA LONG 

917 CARDEN CREEK DR. DURHAM, NC 27712 
HOPE VALLEY MR. BILL RENFROW 

3908 HOPE VALLEY RD. DURHAM, NC 27707 



108 



IMV1ANUEL MRS. JOHN WALLER 

904 WYLDEWOOD ROAD DURHAM, NC 27704 
LAKEWOOD MR. JOE G. PARKER 

3516 COURTLAND DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27707 
LEESVILLE ROAD MR. AL ROBERTSON 

3116 BLUE HILL LANE DURHAM, NC 27703 
LOWE'S GROVE MR. STEVEN LINGAFELT 

1505 SEDWICK RD. DURHAM, NC 27713 
LYSTRA MS. ELIZABETH SCOTT 

70 DOGWOOD DRIVE CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MOUNT CARMEL MR. EDWARD WILLIAMS 

RT. 6, BOX 504 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MOUNT GILEAD MR. JERRY CLARK 

RT. 4, BOX 667 PITTSBORO, NC 27312 
MOUNT HERMON MR. EDWARD O. ALLEN 

RT. 1, BOX 33 7-F DURHAM, NC 27705 
MOUNT MORI AH 



477-4625 
489-3866 
596-1114 
544-5567 
929-9079 
933-7806 
542-4375 
383-9098 



MOUNT PISGAH MR. JERRY DAVIS 

RT. 3, BOX 229-D DURHAM , NC 27713 
NEW JERUSALEM MRS. MARY WASHINGTON 

1019-F SHERWOOD DR. DURHAM, NC 27705 
OLIVE BRANCH MRS. PAM TOWN SEND 

231 BUTLER ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 
PAGE ROAD MR. CLINT KING 

4224 ANGIER AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27703 
PARK VIEW MR. JERRY NEAL 

2613 CASCAD I LLA ST. DURHAM, NC 27704 
PARKWOOD MR. DONNIE HALL 

1425 CLERMONT ROAD DURHAM, NC 27713 
PLAINVIEW MRS. RUTH PREDDY 

RT. 5, BOX 474 DURHAM, NC 27704 
RED MOUNTAIN MR. ALVIN ROBERTSON 

208 MIDLAND AVE. DURHAM, NC 27712 
RIDGECREST MR. DAVID DELABY 

6433 WHITT ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 
ROSE OF SHARON MR. WILLIAM O. JONES 

4719 REGALWOOD ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 
TEMPLE MR. TRUETT BLACKWOOD 

3524 MOSSDALE AVE. DURHAM, NC 27705 
TRINITY MRS. FAYE FLETCHER 

1336 LYNLEY DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 
UNIVERSITY MR. JOHN WHITLEY 

P. O. BOX 508 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
WATTS STREET MRS. CHRISTINE STOCKS 

1007 ENGLEWOOD AVE. DURHAM, NC 27701 
WEST DURHAM MRS. S ALL IE GRAHAM 

1004 LANCASTER ST. DURHAM, NC 27701 
WESTWOOD MR. KENNETH ROBINSON 

1601 MARYLAND AVE. DURHAM, NC 27705 

YATES 



544-4495 
333-5045 
596-0031 
596-4604 
471-2462 
544-6206 
683-1483 
477-6000 
471-3736 
477-0663 
489-5394 
596-1020 
942-2157 
682-3781 
236-0376 
286-2215 



109 



CHURCH TRAINING DIRECTORS 



ANGIER AVENUE 

BAHAMA 

BELLS 

BEREA 

BETHESDA MR. BILL WRIGHT 556-0704 

P. 0. BOX 3244 WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 
BRAGGTOWN 

CALVARY MR. RUSSELL HOFFMAN 5 96-5760 

P. 0. BOX 11222 DURHAM, NC 27703 
CARRBORO MRS. PAM ERWIN 968-9979 

115 OLD PITTSBORO RD CARRBORO, NC 27510 
CEDAR FORK MRS. MILDRED SANDERS 596-4039 

404 GLAIVE DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 
CHEEK HEIGHTS 



CRESSET 

DURHAM MEMORIAL DR. FRANK SHELBURNE 

3601 GIBSON ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 

EBENEZER MRS. JEANETTE HILL 

RT. 1, BOX 338-A DURHAM, NC 27705 

EDGEMONT 

EPHESUS 



596-8848 
383-4087 



FAITH 

FARR I NGTON ROAD 
FIELDCREST 

FIRST MR. WAYNE GOODRUM 383-7924 

5540 INVERNESS DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27712 
GOOD SAMARITAN 

GORMAN MRS. ANNE HOPE 688-3124 

RT. 5, BOX 159 DURHAM, NC 27704 
GRACE MRS. NELDA HAINES 688-4591 

3638 WESTMINISTER AV DURHAM, NC 27704 
GREY STONE REV. WALLY FOWLER 286-2281 

P. O. BOX 2686 DURHAM, NC 27705 
GUESS ROAD 

HOLLOWAY STREET 

HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS REV. DANIEL W. PARKER 477-3859 

4007 HOLT SCHOOL RD. DURHAM, NC 27704 
HOPE VALLEY 



110 



IMMANUEL 

I 

LAKEWOOD 
LEESVILLE ROAD 
LOWE'S GROVE 
LYSTRA 

MOUNT CARMEL REV. DONALD CHRISTIAN 

RT. 6, BOX 473 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MOUNT GILEAD 

! MOUNT HERMON 

| MOUNT MORI AH 

MOUNT PISGAH 

! NEW JERUSALEM 

OLIVE BRANCH MR. JOHN MCCALL 

3208 CROMWELL- ROAD DURHAM, NC 27705 
! PAGE ROAD MR. 0. C. MITCHELL 

838 GLENCO ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 
PARK VIEW 

PARKWOOD 

PLAINVIEW REV. RONALD HARRISON 

RT. 5, BOX 688 DURHAM, NC 27704 

RED MOUNTAIN MR. TONY BLALOCK 

RT. 2, BOX 400 TIMBERLAKE, NC 27583 

RIDGECREST MR. WILEY OAKLEY 

4907 SETERRA BEND DURHAM, NC 27712 
j ROSE OF SHARON 

TEMPLE REV. J. HAROLD CRAIG 

2519 WILBON STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 
! ; TRINITY 

UNIVERSITY 

WATTS STREET 

WEST DURHAM 

WESTWOOD 

YATES 



111 



W. M. U. DIRECTORS 



ANGIER AVENUE MRS. CHARLES E. WOMACK 

426 SOUTHERLAND DR. DURHAM, NC 27703 

BAHAMA MRS. MARY CUMBEE 

313 CHERYL DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27712 

BELLS MRS. BARBARA HORTON 

RT. 3, BOX 156 APEX, NC 27502 

BEREA 



596-6665 
471-9247 
362-6521 



BETHESDA MRS. ANN FERRELL 

2915 ELLIS ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 
BRAGGTOWN MRS. LEE MURRAY 

304 W. DELAF I ELD AVE DURHAM, NC 27704 
CALVARY MRS. LAVENIA JOYCE 

7114 BLUEGRASS RD DURHAM, NC 27703 
CARRBORO MS. HAZEL O'QUINN 

100 LINDSAY STREET CARRBORO, NC 27510 
CEDAR FORK MRS. CAROLYN WARD 

RT. 1, BOX 309 MORRI SVILLE , NC 27560 
CHEEK HEIGHTS MRS. JOE BOSTIC 

826 HARDEE STREET DURHAM, NC 27703 
CRESSET 



596-8855 
477-3132 
596-4876 
929-3049 
544-1432 
683-1019 



DURHAM MEPJIORIAL MRS. PATRICIA NEAL 

1700 LOGAN STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 

EBENEZER MS. BETTY O' DELL 

RT. 2, BOX 486 DURHAM, NC 27705 

EDGEMONT MRS. HUBERT MUMFORD 

1108 RAYNOR STREET DURHAM, NC 27703 

EPHESUS MRS. EDNA RIGGSBEE 

RT. 7, BOX 271 DURHAM, NC 27707 

FAITH MRS. TOMMY FAUST 

1903 MEDALLION DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27704 

FARR I NGTON ROAD 



682-3108 
383-4713 
682-2465 
489-4441 
682-6725 



FIELDCREST 



FIRST MRS. NETTIE GREGORY 

1203 NORTH STREET DURHAM, NC 27701 
GOOD SAMARITAN MS. JO ANN PERRY 



688-1690 



GORMAN MRS. GRACE G. FOGLEMAN 

2504 E. GEER STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 
GRACE MS. PAT HILLIARD 

327-B CLARK STREET DURHAM, NC 27701 
GREY STONE 



682-5929 
682-6336 



GUESS ROAD MRS. GERALD I NE MITCHELL 

2606 NEWPORT DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27705 
HOLLOWAY STREET MS. GWENDOLYNE M. LAING 

1208 PARK AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27701 
HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS MRS. EUNICE SPROUSE 

504 FAIRFIELD ROAD DURHAM, NC 27704 
HOPE VALLEY MRS . LUCY WOODELL 

6717 GLEN FOREST DR. CHAPEL HILL, NC 



477-2403 
683-1831 
477-2916 
493-8293 



27514 



112 



IMMANUEL MRS. VERNON BROWNING 

1741 GRADY DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27712 
LAKEWOOD MRS. ETHEL W. ARNOLD 

2103 LAFAYETTE ST. DURHAM, NC 27707 
LEESVILLE ROAD MS. ARLENE HARRIS 

RT. 4, BOX 387-A DURHAM, NC 27703 
LOWE'S GROVE MRS. SHIRLEY TAYLOR 

2519 RIDDLE ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 
LYSTRA MS. NANCY MCCOY 



477-4633 
489-1530 
596-5185 
596-1194 



MOUNT CARMEL MRS. JEAN ATWATER 

RT. 6, BOX 409 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MOUNT GILEAD MS. JEAN C. TRIPP 

RT. 3, BOX 28 PITTSBORO, NC 27312 
MOUNT HERMON MRS . W. T. DORRITY 

2306 GATE HILL DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27705 
MOUNT MORI AH MRS. KAYE POWELL 

RT. 7, BOX 164 DURHAM, NC 27707 
MOUNT PISGAH MRS. RACHEL CHURCHILL 

RT. 3, BOX 206 APEX, NC 27502 
NEW JERUSALEM MRS. IRENE CALDWELL 

415 HIGHVIEW DRIVE CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
OLIVE BRANCH MRS . NANCY LASS ITER 

3706 BRIGHTWOOD LANE DURHAM, NC 27703 
PAGE ROAD MRS. BETTY SORRELL 

2116 GLOVER ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 
PARK VIEW MRS. THELMA THOMAS 

232 SANDLEWOOD DRIVE DURHAM , NC 27712 
PARKWOOD 



933-3937 
542-3808 
383-3405 
489-4956 
362-6054 
942-4281 
682-3076 
596-2973 
477-1164 



PLAINVIEW MRS. RUTH PREDDY 

RT. 5, BOX 474 DURHAM, NC 27704 
RED MOUNTAIN MISS NORMA BOWEN 

RT. 3, BOX 56 ROUGEMONT, NC 27572 
RIDGECREST MRS. BEVERLY CLARK 

5822 WILMA STREET DURHAM, NC 27712 
ROSE OF SHARON MRS. D. L. WEBSTER, JR. 

3141 ROSE OF SHARON DURHAM, NC 27712 
TEMPLE 



683-1483 
477-0689 
477-0853 
477-5119 



TRINITY MRS. DOT HICKS 

1308 ED COOK ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 
UNIVERSITY MRS. PEGGY YATES 

RT. 7, BOX 137 DURHAM, NC 27707 
WATTS STREET 



596-7232 
489-1587 



WEST DURHAM MRS. MARY HORTON 

3225 FAYETTEV I LLE ST DURHAM, NC 27707 
WESTWOOD MRS. JOHN S. DILDAY 

2504 W. CLUB BLVD. DURHAM, NC 27705 

YATES 



682-3472 
286-1448 



113 



BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS 



ANGIER AVENUE 
BAHAMA 
BELLS 
BEREA 



BETHESDA MR. FRED BRAMIGK 

1219 CLINTON ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 
BRAGGTOWN MR. ROBERT SUMPTER 

703 LATTA ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 
CALVARY MR. GARLAND CATES 

1717 MARLY DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 
CARRBORO MR. GARY HOWE 

108 TWISTED COURT HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 
CEDAR FORK MR. EDWIN COUCH 

RT. 1, BOX 313 MORRISVILLE, NC 27560 
CHEEK HEIGHTS MR. JEFF BOOTH 

1826 MILAN STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 
CRESSET 

DURHAM MEMORIAL MR. ELLIOTT TAYLOR 

2502 ALBANY STREET DURHAM, NC 27705 

EBENEZER MR. RAY WILKINS 

2225 CHARLOTTE ST DURHAM, NC 27705 

EDGEMONT MR. JAMES CASEY 

1418 KIRKWOOD DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27705 

EPHESUS 



596-1584 
471-1254 
596-1794 
732-5959 
544-7014 
688-1930 

471-6935 
477-1931 
477-3235 



FAITH 



FARR I NGTON ROAD 



FIELDCREST 
FIRST 



GOOD SAMAR I TAN MR. JOHNNY HOLLOWAY, JR. 

GORMAN MR. ARTHUR SPARROW 

RT. 5, BOX 173 DURHAM, NC 27704 

GRACE MR. DESMOND GEDDINGS 

RT. 1, BOX 332, #7 DURHAM , NC 27705 

GREY STONE REV. RON MATHEWS 

P. O. BOX 2686 DURHAM, NC 27705 

GUESS ROAD MR. RAY HAIGLER 

RT. 5, BOX 1230 HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 
HOLLOWAY STREET 



688-3753 
383-7951 
286-2281 

732-6459 



HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS MR. JIM CHAMBERS 

5115 RUSSELL ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 

HOPE VALLEY MR. ERIC KYLES 

6310 GARRETT ROAD DURHAM, NC 27707 



383-4903 
493-1384 



114 



IMMANUEL 
LAKEWOOD 



LEESVILLE ROAD 
LOWE'S GROVE 
LYSTRA 



MOUNT CARMEL MR. CHARLES HARRIS 

RT. 6, BOX 296 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
I MOUNT GILEAD MR. RAY BOULDIN 

GENERAL DELIVERY BYNUM, NC 27228 
MOUNT HERMON 

I MOUNT MORI AH 

] MOUNT PISGAH 

NEW JERUSALEM 

| OLIVE BRANCH MR. BEN SHAW 596-5564 

RT. 6, BOX 316 DURHAM, NC 27703 
1 PAGE ROAD 

PARK VIEW MR. CURTIS CRUTCHF I ELD 471-5817 

5817 TOMAHAWK TRAIL DURHAM, NC 27712 
PARKWOOD MR. BRET KIRBY 544-1061 

116 OLIVER LANE DURHAM, NC 27713 
PLAINVIEW 

RED MOUNTAIN MR. STEVE CARDEN 

RT. 2, BOX 250 ROUGEMONT, NC 27572 
RIDGECREST MR. GARY CHAMBERS 

RT. 1, BOX 266-B HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 
i ROSE OF SHARON MR. ANDY REV ILL 

1920 WINKLER ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 
TEMPLE MR. LARRY BUMGARDNER 

1203 N. GREGSON ST. DURHAM, NC 27701 
| TRINITY MR. TOMMY FLETCHER 

1336 LYNLEY DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 
UNIVERSITY 

! WATTS STREET 



933-7762 
542-4647 



477-3152 
477-6505 
477-5119 
682-6466 
596-1020 



WEST DURHAM 



WESTWOOD MR. IRVIN BREEDLOVE, SR. 286-7232 

1822 FOREST ROAD DURHAM, NC 27705 
YATES MR. LARRY CLARKE 493-7126 

204 LANDSBURY DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27707 



115 



TREASURERS 



ANGIER AVENUE MR. JOHN C. RASMUS SEN 

5149 TROON LANE DURHAM, NC 27712 
BAHAMA MR. TOM WEAVER 

RT. 1, BOX 238 HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 
BELLS MRS. TERESA MASON 

RT. 3 APEX, NC 27502 
BEREA MR. G. H. SHEPHERD 

909 DEMERIUS STREET DURHAM, NC 27701 
BETHESDA MRS. ROSE FLOYD 

4607 HOLLOMAN ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 
BRAGGTOWN MR. EUGENE MANGUM 

321 CHERYL DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27712 
CALVARY MRS. DOROTHY CHRISTIAN 

205 PLEASANT DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 
CARRBORO MS. SANDY HUNN 

P. O. BOX 156 CARRBORO, NC 27510 
CEDAR FORK MRS . FAYE PROCTOR 

RT. 1, BOX 222 MORRISVILLE, NC 27560 
CHEEK HEIGHTS MRS. ETHEL HOLDER 

RT. 5, BOX 503 DURHAM, NC 27704 
CRESSET MR. ROBERT DEWELL 

2957 FRIENDSHIP ROAD DURHAM, NC 27705 
DURHAM MEMORIAL MRS. MARY ANN CARPENTER 

2208 CARPENTER ROAD DURHAM, NC 27704 
EBENEZER MR. TOMMY RILEY 

RT. 2, BOX 525-A DURHAM, NC 27705 
EDGEMONT MR. B. F. DENNING 

1912 WALLACE STREET DURHAM, NC 27707 
EPHESUS 



383-4666 
732-7530 
36204352 
682-2040 
596-3516 
477-4209 
596-6862 
967-3056 
941-5784 
682-2453 
489-1898 
682-3956 
383-3758 
489-6323 



EPHESUS MRS. ELLEN GARDNER 

4600 HIGHGATE DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27707 
FAITH MR. FLOYD HICKS 

2540 BURTON ROAD DURHAM, NC 27704 
FARR I NGTON ROAD MS. LINDA GILES 

P. O. BOX 2051 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
FIELDCREST MS. CATHERYN WEAVER 

3417 GLENN ROAD DURHAM, NC 27704 
FIRST MRS. HELEN BROCKWELL 

1431 ACADIA STREET DURHAM, NC 27701 
GOOD SAMARITAN MR. LINWOOD LOVE 



493-0039 
682-6814 
967-8087 
688-7427 
682-5110 



GORMAN MR. BOBBY L. FULLER 

2621 COOKSBURY DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27704 
GRACE MR. C. FLEMEN WATKINS 

2815 CASCAD I LLA ST DURHAM, NC 27704 
GREY STONE MR. DAVID SINK 

116 CARDRIFF PLACE DURHAM, NC 27712 
GUESS ROAD MR. BOB STAUFFENBERG 

2725 GREEN LANE DR. DURHAM, NC 27705 
HOLLOWAY STREET MRS. ANN BATCHELOR 

610 LINDLEY DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 
HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS MR. SPURGEON BUCHANAN 

220 CHATEAU ROAD DURHAM, NC 27704 
HOPE VALLEY MR. RONALD BRUNSON 

4008 W CORNWALL IS RD DURHAM, NC 27705 



688-4800 
477-5416 
383-5772 
383-4420 
596-2926 
477-6766 
489-9455 



116 



IMVIANUEL MRS. NORMAN RASBERRY 

811 RUBY STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 
LAKEWOOD MS. MARY B. WARD 

3900 HULON DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27705 
LEESVILLE ROAD MS. ARLENE HARRIS 

RT. 4, BOX 387-A DURHAM, NC 27703 
LOWE'S GROVE MR. HUGH HALSEY 

3 TARRA PLACE DURHAM, NC 27707 
LYSTRA MR. RAY WOMBLE 

RT. 5, BOX 346 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MOUNT CARMEL MR. SCOTT BLACKWOOD 

RT. 7, BOX 309 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MOUNT G I LEAD MS. PAT ROBERSON 

RT. 4, BOX 514 PITTSBORO, NC 27312 
MOUNT HERMON MRS. WAYLAND GODWIN 

RT. 2, BOX 659 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MOUNT MORI AH MR. CHARLES BROWN 

4839 ERWIN ROAD DURHAM, NC 27705 
MOUNT PISGAH MRS. D I ANNE LAWRENCE 

RT. 3, BOX 201 APEX, NC 27502 
NEW JERUSALEM MR. ULYSSES WALLS 

1516 STACEY DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27712 
OLIVE BRANCH MRS. RUTH MANGUM 

4017 WAKE FOREST HWY DURHAM, NC 27703 
PAGE ROAD MRS. JANET HAYES 

5123 DURAND DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 
PARK VIEW MR. SONNY NEWCOMB 

6728 LOCKWOOD DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27712 
PARKWOOD MR. DAVID GREEN 

5802 WILLIAMSBURG WY DURHAM, NC 27713 
PLAINVIEW MISS JACKIE JENKS 

4008 CHEEK ROAD DURHAM, NC 27704 
RED MOUNTAIN MRS. BETTY LOU ELLIS 

RT. 2, MORI AH ROAD ROUGEMONT, NC 27572 
RIDGECREST MRS. CAROLYN COOK 

8512 POLARIS DRIVE BAHAMA, NC 27503 
ROSE OF SHARON MRS. C. W. TERRY, JR. 

5713 GUESS ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 
TEMPLE MR. R. ZACK LONG 

614 BON AIR AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27705 
TRINITY MRS. JACKIE PENDERGRAFT 

1904 EDGERTON DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 
UNIVERSITY MR. HANK KOON 

P. O. BOX 508 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
WATTS STREET MRS. JEWELL SIMPSON 

25 12 WILBON STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 
WEST DURHAM MR. HENRY JARMON 

2219 FITZGERALD AVE. DURHAM, NC 27707 
WESTWOOD MR. JAMES WILLIAMS 

210 OAK HILL DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27712 
YATES MR. ROBERT WILMARTH 

3725 RANDOLPH RD. DURHAM, NC 27705 



477-9564 
489-8944 
596-5135 
493-7349 
933-1479 
933-8461 
542-3399 
383-4244 
489-4474 
362-6729 
471-3269 
596-6181 
596-9239 

544-3573 
688-0698 
477-3079 
477-1728 
477-8690 
477-5169 

596-6785 
942-2157 
477-5250 
688-1615 
471-9658 
489-3454 



117 



CHURCH CLERKS 



ANGIER AVENUE MRS. I. F. ROWLAND 

204 RAYNOR STREET DURHAM , NC 27703 
BAHAMA MR. K. T. JOYNER 

RT. 1, BOX 56H BAHAMA, NC 27503 
BELLS MRS. ANGELA JOYNER 

RT. 3, BOX 157-1 APEX, NC 27502 
BEREA MRS . JO ANN MASSEY 

RT. 3, BOX 113 DURHAM, NC 27713 
BETHESDA MRS. RUBY B. MASSEY 

2619 ELLIS ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 
BRAGGTOWN MRS . R. L. JEFFRIES 

3704 HERMINE DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27705 
CALVARY MRS. JANICE R. TICE 

3603 GRIMES AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27703 
CARRBORO MS. SARAH PENDERGRAFT 

403 GARY ROAD CARRBORO, NC 27510 
CEDAR FORK MR. EDWIN COUCH 

RT. 1, BOX 313 MORRISVILLE, NC 27560 
CHEEK HEIGHTS MRS. IRA PATE 

1111 MIDLAND TERRACE DURHAM, NC 27704 
CRESSET MR. TIM WIEST 

2609 DUKE HOMESTEAD DURHAM , NC 27705 
DURHAM MEMORIAL MRS. ANN RAMSEY 

RT. 6, BOX 355 DURHAM, NC 27703 
EBENEZER MRS . NOLA RILEY 

RT. 2, BOX 519 DURHAM, NC 27705 
EDGEMONT MRS . GERALD WILLIAMS 

2535 ROSS ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 
EPHESUS 

EPHESUS MRS. THELMA WITHERSPOON 

3312 WATKINS ROAD DURHAM, NC 27707 
FAITH MRS. ZEB WALKER 

2511 E. CLUB BLVD EX DURHAM, NC 27704 
FARR I NGTON ROAD MS. LINDA W. TINGEN 

RT. 12, BOX 116 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
FIELDCREST MS. KATHRYN W. DENTON 

3330 GLENN ROAD DURHAM, NC 27704 
FIRST MR. J. CULLUM WILSON 

4307 DAVID STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 
GOOD SAMARITAN 

GORMAN MRS. GRACE G. FOGLEMAN 

2504 E. GEER STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 
GRACE MRS. PEGGY ROYAL 

4510 CHESHIRE COURT DURHAM, NC 27705 
GREY STONE 



GUESS ROAD MRS. LINDA GOSWICK 

14 SOUTHAMPTON PLACE DURHAM , NC 27705 
HOLLOWAY STREET MS. GWENDOLYNE M. LAING 

1208 PARK AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27701 
HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS MRS. MARY E. WHALE Y 

1516 KIRKWOOD DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27705 
HOPE VALLEY MRS. PAULINE LEWTER 

RT. 3, BOX 266-B DURHAM, NC 27713 



383-7609 
683-1831 
477-4451 
544-2788 



118 



IMWANUEL MRS. E. C. CANNON 

3721 CAMBRIDGE ROAD DURHAM, NC 27705 
LAKEWOOD MS. AGNES PENDLEY 

2609 CHAPEL HILL RD. DURHAM, NC 27707 
LEESVILLE ROAD MS. KATHY CARPENTER 

RT. 6, BOX 225 DURHAM, NC 27703 
LOWE'S GROVE MISS HAZEL GODWIN 

2601 S. ALSTON AVE. DURHAM, NC 27713 
LYSTRA MS. BRENDA GRIFFIN 

40 TAYLOR ROAD PITTSBORO, NC 27312 
MOUNT CARMEL MRS. NORMA DIGGS 

RT. 6, BOX 375 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MOUNT GILEAD MS. JOYCE M. BYNUM 

RT. 4, BOX 524 PITTSBORO, NC 27312 
MOUNT HERMON MRS. HERBERT CASH 

RT. 1, BOX 208 DURHAM, NC 27705 
MOUNT MORI AH MRS. ANNIE BELLE BULLOCK 

4849 ERWIN ROAD DURHAM, NC 27705 
MOUNT PISGAH MRS . MARIE F. MARKHAM 

RT. 3, BOX 222 APEX, NC 27502 
NEW JERUSALEM MS. BRENDA J. RILEY 

610 SADDLE RIDGE AVE DURHAM, NC 27704 
OLIVE BRANCH MRS. BETTY CARDEN 

3608 GIBSON ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 
PAGE ROAD MRS. BETTY SORRELL 

2116 GLOVER ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 
PARK VIEW MR. RAYMOND LESTER 

123 CHAUTEAU ROAD DURHAM, NC 27704 
PARKWOOD MRS. CLAIRE THOMAS 

106 MONTEREY LANE DURHAM, NC 27713 
PLAINVIEW MRS. LINDA W. REDFORD 

RT. 5, BOX 620 DURHAM, NC 27704 
RED MOUNTAIN MRS. BILLIE LATTA 

RT. 2, BOX 334-C BAHAMA, NC 27503 
RIDGECREST MS. JACQUELINE MCFARLAND 

5114 KENWOOD ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 
ROSE OF SHARON MISS EDITH DUNNAGAN 

1703 UMSTEAD ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 
TEMPLE MRS. C. W. ETHRIDGE 

2714 SPARGER ROAD DURHAM, NC 27705 
TRINITY MRS. DRU MONTAGUE 

1913 SO HI DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 
UNIVERSITY MRS. CATHERINE HOLLAND 

608 AIRPORT ROAD CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
WATTS STREET MS. VIRGINIA WIGGINS 

2932 FRIENDSHIP RD. DURHAM, NC 27705 
WEST DURHAM MRS. MARY BYRD 

716 PLUM STREET DURHAM, NC 27701 
WESTWOOD MISS SUSAN WILBURN 

1321 NEW CASTLE, K-6 DURHAM, NC 27704 
YATES MRS. HELEN BRAY 

2522 ALPINE ROAD DURHAM , NC 27707 



489-8382 
489-8571 
596-0137 
596-2626 
933-3742 
933-3949 

383-3354 
489-3634 
362-6006 
471-4513 
596-8442 
596-2973 
477-4044 
544-2797 
596-5003 
471-0288 
471-2386 
383-1643 
383-2260 
596-3798 
942-5911 
489-6383 
596-6583 

493-3739 



119 



CHAIRMEN OF DEACONS 



ANGIER AVENUE MR. MANLEY JOHNSON 

411 PLEASANT DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 
BAHAMA 



596-3469 



BELLS MR. TIM DAVIDSON 

P. 0. BOX 841 PITTSBORO, NC 27312 
BEREA MR. MACK VICKERS 

RT. 3, BOX 116 DURHAM, NC 27713 
BETHESDA MR. LEON MASSEY 

2619 ELLIS ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 
BRAGGTOWN MR. FRANK NELSON 

447 CONTINENTAL DR DURHAM, NC 27712 
CALVARY MR. RONNIE PEELE 

RT. 4, BOX 371-C DURHAM, NC 27703 
CARRBORO MR. NELSON KELLER 

2462 FOXWOOD DRIVE CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
CEDAR FORK MR. EDWIN COUCH 

RT. 1, BOX 313 MORRISVILLE, NC 27560 
CHEEK HEIGHTS MR. JAMES T. CARROLL 

1834 E. GEER STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 
CRESSET 



542-2040 
544-1464 
596-5388 
383-7137 
596-7452 
967-8658 
544-7014 
682-0728 



DURHAM MEMORIAL MR. JOHN NEAL 

1700 LOGAN STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 
EBENEZER MR. JIMMY THOMPSON 

1419 BRAMBLE DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27712 
EDGEMONT MR. PHIL CASEY 

4210 SUNNY COURT DURHAM, NC 27705 
EPHESUS MR. WARREN ELLEDGE 

RT. 7, BOX 82 DURHAM, NC 27707 
FAITH MR. ELIJAH TRIPLETT 

3406 CHEEK ROAD DURHAM, NC 27704 
FARR I NGTON ROAD MR. JAMES WILLIAMS 

200 COOPER STREET CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
FIELDCREST MR. THOMAS C. ELLIS 

3210 SHERBON DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27707 
FIRST MR. L ELAND WILLIAMS 

2729 SEVIER STREET DURHAM, NC 27707 
GOOD SAMARITAN MR. LINWOOD LOVE 



682-3108 
471-3659 
383-5605 
489-4803 
682-3857 
929-4927 
489-0570 
489-8925 



GORMAN MR. W. H. SPARROW, SR. 

RT. 5, BOX 173 DURHAM, NC 27704 
GRACE MR. GARLAND WEATHERS 

1712 HILLCREST DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27705 
GREY STONE MR. JACK RIGSBEE 

P. O. BOX 2803 DURHAM. NC 27705 
GUESS ROAD MR. BOB RUMMEL 

2400 CARVER STREET DURHAM, NC 27705 
HOLLOWAY STREET MR. WARREN WOOD 

1403 EVERGREEN ST. DURHAM, NC 27701 
HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 

HOPE VALLEY MR. RALPH LEWTER 

RT. 3, BOX 266-B DURHAM, NC 27713 



688-3753 
477-3751 
383-3968 
477-5018 
688-2049 

544-2788 



120 



IIVMANUEL MR. MIKE BULLOCK 

2011 BROCTON PLACE DURHAM, NC 27712 
LAKEWOOD MR. C. WALLACE DODD 

2507 THORNE STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 
LEESVILLE ROAD MR. LELAND BATTEN 

RT. 4, BOX 446-C DURHAM, NC 27703 
LOWE'S GROVE MR. JAMES BARRINGER 

5808 LAKE ELTON RD. DURHAM, NC 27713 
LYSTRA 



471-3296 
477-7773 
848-3344 
596-2314 



MOUNT CARMEL MR. ROBERT C. ATWATER 

RT. 6, BOX 409 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

MOUNT GILEAD MR. MELVIN CLARK 

RT. 4, BOX 666 PITTSBORO, NC 27312 

MOUNT HERMON REV. JAMES B. WILLIAMS 

P. O. BOX 118 HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 

MOUNT MORI AH 



933-3937 
542-3878 



MOUNT PISGAH MR. J. E. BOOTH 

RT. 3, BOX 240 DURHAM, NC 27713 
NEW JERUSALEM 



544-2247 



OLIVE BRANCH 



PAGE ROAD MR. O. C. MITCHELL 

838 GLENCO ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 

PARK VIEW MR. RAYMOND LESTER 

123 CHATEAU ROAD DURHAM, NC 27704 

PARKWOOD DR. ED SCRUGGS 

1329 CLERMONT RD. DURHAM, NC 27713 

PLAINVIEW 



596-2403 
477-4044 
544-4606 



RED MOUNTAIN MR. A. M. HALL 

RT. 2, BOX 406 BAHAMA, NC 27503 

RIDGECREST MR. RODNEY LANGLEY 

130 TWIN OAKS DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27712 

ROSE OF SHARON MR. JESSE EVANS 

1713 MASON ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 

TEMPLE 



477-3774 
471-9032 
477-4637 



TRINITY MR. BOBBY PENDERGRAFT 

1904 EDGERTON DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 
UNIVERSITY DR. RON HYATT 

106 SARATOGA TRAIL CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
WATTS STREET MR. H. D. MAYNARD 

5115 TROON LANE DURHAM, NC 27712 
WEST DURHAM MR. W. L. MCAULEY 

404 DUPREE STREET DURHAM, NC 27707 
WESTWOOD MR. ALFRED EAKES 

1611 DELAWARE AVE. DURHAM, NC 27705 
YATES MR. ALFRED DULA 

3511 WESTGLEN DURHAM, NC 27705 



596-6785 
942-6824 
383-3991 
682-4254 
286-4541 
489-5437 



121 



REPORT OF DIGEST OF CHURCH LETTERS 



October 1, 1986 - September 30, 1987 



10/1/85 
9/30/86 



CHURCH, CHAPEL, 

& MISSION MEMBERSHIP: 



1. Total Number of Churches 

2. Total Membership Reported 

3. Total Added to Membership 

... By Baptism 
...By Letter, etc. 



53 

30,764 



438 
904 



ORGANIZATION ENROLLMENTS 



1. Sunday School\ 

2. Church Training 

3. Church Music 

4. WMU 

5. Baptist Men 

6. Vacation Bible School 

7. Backyard Bible Clubs 



15,992 
3,140 
3,823 
3,297 
1,280 
4,783 
365 



REPORT OF CHURCH GIFTS, ETC. 



1. Receipts (Budget 

& Designated) 

2. Associational Budget 

Offerings 

3. Cooperative Program 

4. Grand Total Gifts 

to Missions 



10,480,122 9,221,271 

133,523 143,952 

705,191 725,578 

1,339,708 1,385,712 



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124 



THE 1987 ANNUAL 
OF THE 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

IS CONCULDED WITH 
THE FOLLOWING 

STATISTICAL TABLES 

FOR YOUR FURTHER INFORMATION 
AND REFERENCE. 



A. CHURCH MEMBERSHIP AND OTHER INFORMATION 126 

B. SUNDAY SCHOOL 128 

C. CHURCH TRAINING 130 

D. MUSIC MINISTRY 132 

E. WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 134 

F. BROTHERHOOD 136 

G. TOTAL RECEIPTS, LOCAL EXPENDITURES & STEWARDSHIP 138 

H. MISSION EXPENDITURES 140 

I. SPECIAL INFORMATION 142 



125 



TABLE A; CHURCH MEMBERSHIP AND OTHER INFORMATION 



* County 

Association: 3 Year organized as a church 

YATES 4 Location Medium City Large City 

1-Open Country (10,000-49,000) (50,000 or 
State: 2-Village 5 -Downtown 8 -Downtown 

NORTH CAROLINA 3-Town 6 -Neighbor hood 9-Neighbor 

4-Small City, 7-Suburban 0-Suburban 
5 Services held twice on Sunday? (Y/N) 

13 Total Baptisms 

14 Other additions (by letter, statement, etc.) 



CHURCHES 




* County 


® 3® 


4® 


5® 


13® 


14® 


15® 






DURHAM 

















ANGIER AVENUE 




DURHAM 


1889 


9 


Y 


7 


6 


29 


BAHAMA 




DURHAM 


1986 


7 


Y 


1 


27 


4 


BELLS 




CHATHAM 


1815 


1 


N 








4 


BEREA 




DURHAM 


1856 


1 


Y 





6 


9 


BETHESDA 




DURHAM 


1884 





Y 


28 


29 


24 


BRAGGTOWN 




DURHAM 


1938 


9 


Y 


5 


5 


14 


CALVARY 




DURHAM 


1948 


9 


Y 


2 


13 


19 


CARRBORO 




Orange 


1902 


3 


Y 


5 


19 


37 


CEDAR FORK 




DURHAM 


1805 


1 


Y 


1 


2 


3 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 




DURHAM 


1941 


9 


Y 


1 


3 


8 


CRESSET 




DURHAM 


1959 





Y 


4 


14 


17 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 




DURHAM 


1853 


9 


Y 


13 


20 


26 


EBENEZER 




ORANGE 


1895 


1 


Y 


21 


8 


25 


EDGEMONT 




DURHAM 


1902 


9 


Y 


4 


4 


13 


EPHESUS 




DURHAM 


1891 





Y 


1 


16 


14 


FAITH 




DURHAM 


1948 


1 


Y 


10 


9 


7 


FARR I NGTON ROAD 




DURHAM 


1979 


7 


Y 


2 


7 





FIELDCREST 




DURHAM 


1965 





N 


2 


2 


5 


FIRST 




DURHAM 


1845 


8 


Y 


10 


36 


57 


GORMAN 




DURHAM 


1916 





Y 


5 


7 


38 


GRACE 




DURHAM 


1907 


9 


Y 


5 


9 


34 


GREY STONE 




DURHAM 


1894 


9 


Y 


44 


75 


105 


GUESS ROAD 




DURHAM 


1945 


9 


Y 


20 


27 


28 


HOLLOWAY STREET 




DURHAM 


1941 


9 


Y 


6 


8 


39 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 




DURHAM 


1962 


9 


Y 


22 


124 


31 


HOPE VALLEY 




DURHAM 


1959 


o 


Y 


21 


38 


13 


IMMANUEL 




DURHAM 


1942 


9 


Y 





10 


10 


LAKEWOOD 




DURHAM 


1912 


9 


Y 


2 


10 


7 


LEESVILLE ROAD 




DURHAM 


1985 


1 


Y 


1 


7 


1 


LOWE ' S GROVE 




DURHAM 


1909 


o 


Y 


3 


9 


18 


LYSTRA 




CHATHAM 


1852 


1 


N 


6 


10 


7 


MOUNT CARMEL 




ORANGE 


1803 


1 


N 


8 


7 


13 


MOUNT G I LEAD 




CHATHAM 


1824 


1 


N 


2 


2 


8 


MOUNT HERMON 




ORANGE 


1948 


1 


N 


o 


4 


6 


MOUNT MORI AH 




ORANGE 


1823 




Y 


9 


2 


8 


MOUNT PISGAH 




CHATHAM 


1814 


1 


N 


3 


6 


14 


NEW JERUSALEM 




DURHAM 


1984 


9 


N 





2 


o 


OLIVE BRANCH 




DURHAM 


1875 


o 


Y 


10 


9 


8 


PAGE ROAD 






1968 


1 


Y 


2 


3 


15 


PARKVIEW 




DURHAM 


1952 


9 


Y 


4 


8 


13 


PARKWOOD 




DURHAM 


1969 


7 


Y 


1 


12 


20 


PLAINVIEW 




DURHAM 


1949 


1 


Y 


5 


2 


8 


RED MOUNTAIN 




DURHAM 


1881 


1 


Y 


10 


7 


6 


RIDGECREST 




DURHAM 


1955 





Y 


15 


23 


51 


ROSE OF SHARON 




DURHAM 


1879 


1 


Y 


3 


8 


23 


TEMPLE 




DURHAM 


1888 


8 


N 


4 


8 


22 


TRINITY 




DURHAM 


1940 


6 


N 


3 





19 


UNIVERSITY 




ORANGE 


1855 


5 


Y 


8 


32 


5 


WATTS STREET 




DURHAM 


1923 


9 


Y 


14 


22 


24 


WEST DURHAM 




DURHAM 


1892 


7 


Y 


3 


6 


21 


WESTWOOD 




DURHAM 


1950 


9 


Y 


6 


23 


18 


YATES 




DURHAM 


1878 


9 


N 


10 


23 


28 




TOTALS 












372 


769 


976 5 



126 



YEAR ENDING 9/30/87 



R Members lost (by letter, death, statement, etc.) 
i) Present resident members 
r Present nonresident members 
f Grand total present members 

j) No. members received from non -Baptist Churches 

) No. members lost to non^Baptist Churches 

1 Total energy costs 

i Value of church property 

5 Total church debt at end of this associational year 



1 18® 19® 20® 24f 25® 26® CHURCHES 

























Bj 


948 


1 


5 


15789 


2400000 


26770 


ANGIER AVENUE 




64 


1 


1 





100000 


125000 


BAHAMA 


fi 


288 








5228 


383000 





BELLS 


4 


198 


1 





1504 


415000 





BEREA 


C 


1052 


2 


4 


26554 


2500000 


198114 


BETHESDA 




571 





2 


17165 


1750000 


8500 


BRAGGTOWN 


7 


637 








20917 


1290150 


95760 


CALVARY 


,- 


906 





7 


22131 


1068209 


3410 


CARRBORO 




255 





1 


5975 


300000 





CEDAR FORK 




312 








3616 


400000 





CHEEK HEIGHTS 




638 





1 


26428 


1425217 


392625 


CRESSET 


5? 


966 


2 





24200 


1077200 


3889 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 


4 


658 





3 


15700 


800000 


96000 


EBENEZER 


5, 


543 


1 





5218 


800000 





EDGEMONT 


t 


264 








6621 


824000 





EPHESUS 




491 


1 





9415 


452000 





FAITH 


i 


68 








3400 


475000 


45100 


FARRINGTON ROAD 


t 


178 








2000 


321100 


22603 


FIELDCREST 


8 


2067 


1 


13 


30377 


4360861 


200987 


FIRST 


2 


929 





3 


22257 


1702000 


57448 


GORMAN 


5 


941 





4 


22609 


2023648 





GRACE 


2 


2928 


10 


13 


38000 


6000000 


9 


GREY STONE 


2 


933 


5 


6 


13191 


2500000 


82500 


GUESS ROAD 


o" 


548 





2 


9040 


993380 





HOLLOWAY STREET 


8 


935 


12 


6 


20025 


1245600 


508318 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 


4" 


454 


2 





8879 


1500000 


500000 


HOPE VALLEY 


2 


377 





1 


8971 


375000 





IMMANUEL 


9" 


407 


1 


1 


6000 


500000 


30000 


LAKEWOOD 




67 








1513 


150000 


7000 


LEESVILLE ROAD 


7 


573 


2 


2 


10934 


1000500 





LOWE'S GROVE 


6 


193 


3 





3170 


350000 





LYSTRA 





322 


4 


2 


6446 


617500 


9453 


MOUNT CARMEL 


5 


324 


1 


1 


2508 


265000 





MOUNT G I LEAD 


9 


499 








7802 


970000 


224620 


MOUNT HERMON 


9 


464 


1 





5200 


670000 





MOUNT MORI AH 


7 


269 


1 


1 


4500 


340000 





MOUNT PISGAH 




73 

















NEW JERUSALEM 


4 


234 








6000 


560000 


57000 


OLIVE BRANCH 




166 














43982 


PAGE ROAD 


I 


415 








5700 


300000 


19352 


PARKVIEW 


1 


403 


1 


5 


15000 


790000 


11000 


PARKWOOD 


2 


448 





2 


6200 


350000 





PLAINVIEW 




446 


2 





3574 


500000 


19400 


RED MOUNTAIN 


T 


952 


4 


2 


15666 


1600000 


122750 


RIDGECREST 




412 





5 


11897 


565500 


4089 


ROSE OF SHARON 


2 


853 


1 


3 


14287 


2151000 





TEMPLE 




328 








6382 





43291 


TRINITY 




677 











5000000 





UNIVERSITY 




1061 


6 


9 


25545 


2725848 





WATTS STREET 




422 





5 


25000 


350000 


40000 


WEST DURHAM 


I 


429 


4 


2 


11500 


550000 


10456 


WESTWOOD 


2 


935 


2 


11 


23214 


1500000 


86500 


YATES 






9 


\ 30521 


72 


123 


603248 


59196691 


3095917 


TOTALS 



127 



TABLE B: SUNDAY SCHOOL 



54 Cradle Roll enrollment (Birth to 2 years) j 

55 Preschool enrollment (Birth through 5 years) 

56 Children enrollment (6-11 years or grades 1-6 

57 Youth enrollment (12-17 years or grades 7-12) 

58 Yng. Ad. enr. -Single (18-29 yrs. or grad.-29 

59 Yng. Ad. enr. -Married (18-29 yrs. or grad.-29 

60 Adult enrollment (30-59 years) 

61 Senior Adult enrollment (60 and over) 
6 2 Adults Away enrollment 

63 Homebound enrollment 



CHURCHES 


54® 


55® 


56® 


57® 


58® 


59® 


60® 


61® 


62 































ANGIER AVENUE 


13 


12 


26 


17 


7 


5 


56 


165 





BAHAMA 


2 


5 


8 


1 








20 





o" 


BELLS 


10 


18 


11 


10 


15 


35 


49 


15 





BEREA 





10 


11 


12 





11 


13 


7 





BETHESDA 





52 


66 


74 


18 


24 


147 


99 





BRAGGTOWN 





18 


24 


24 


26 





150 


52 


8 


CALVARY 





31 


46 


29 


11 


7 


110 


61 


15 


CARRBORO 





43 


51 


38 


33 


18 


86 


116 





CEDAR FORK 





11 


19 


17 


7 


4 


41 


33 


3 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 





3 


1 


1 


2 





15 


22 





CRESSET 





66 


29 


59 


32 


47 


99 


40 





DURHAM MEMORIAL 





44 


59 


99 


75 


70 


228 


98 


c 


EBENEZER 





49 


41 


37 


9 


39 


84 


32 





EDGEMONT 





32 


42 


37 


3 


34 


63 


63 





EPHESUS 





8 


8 





5 


5 


25 


42 





FAITH 





36 


40 


37 


16 


27 


64 


30 





FARRINGTON ROAD 





5 


6 


5 





2 


19 


8 





FIELDCREST 





1 


3 











10 


8 





FIRST 


7 


47 


64 


99 


37 


68 


139 


216 


39 


GORMAN 


3 


40 


57 


72 


19 


40 


232 


155 





GRACE 





25 


33 


50 


35 


20 


171 


117 


6 


GREY STONE 


46 


49 


108 


190 


92 


116 


451 


153 





GUESS ROAD 


21 


22 


26 


28 


30 


9 


178 


58 





HOLLOWAY STREET 





6 


9 


18 


6 


18 


23 


58 





HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 





92 


127 


102 


35 


96 


292 


55 





HOPE VALLEY 





56 


52 


77 


20 


46 


131 


41 





IMMANUEL 





9 


9 


17 


3 





34 


34 





LAKEWOOD 


2 


12 


6 


4 


4 


16 


22 


59 


of 


LEESVILLE ROAD 


8 


7 


15 


8 


9 


14 


19 








LOWE'S GROVE 





8 


18 


30 


21 


4 


33 


115 


12' 


LYSTRA 





8 


2 


2 


13 





14 


16 





MOUNT CARMEL 


3 


21 


19 


14 


10 


24 


47 


20 





MOUNT G I LEAD 


11 


19 


21 


28 


9 


41 


29 


31 





MOUNT HERMON 


5 


20 


37 


28 


17 


23 


69 


47 





MOUNT MORI AH 


9 


21 


20 


22 


20 


20 


23 


51 





MOUNT PISGAH 





16 


26 


18 


7 


4 


48 


24 


o| 


NEW JERUSALEM 





6 


8 


11 


4 





25 


6 


2 


OLIVE BRANCH 





10 


11 


18 


5 


8 


23 


33 


3 


PAGE ROAD 





4 


13 


12 





26 


37 





o 


PARKVIEW 





8 


8 


17 


17 


28 


45 


73 





PARKWOOD 


3 


6 


24 


28 


10 


15 


53 


3 





PLAINVIEW 





24 


17 


31 


23 


26 


70 


35 





RED MOUNTAIN 





24 


35 


24 


12 


20 


50 


30 


12 


RIDGECREST 





61 


103 


107 


38 


38 


259 


50 





ROSE OF SHARON 


5 


10 


20 


22 


2 


14 


57 


39 





TEMPLE 





31 


38 


57 


26 


18 


148 


94 


7 


TRINITY 





30 


24 


21 


13 


33 


40 


8 





UNIVERSITY 


10 


5 


5 


15 


18 


20 


75 


60 





WATTS STREET 





29 


41 


29 


10 


130 


141 








WEST DURHAM 





4 


30 


20 


7 


8 


45 


25 





WESTWOOD 





37 


24 


20 


37 


29 


36 


67 





YATES 





55 


70 


55 


20 


25 


279 


147 


24 




TOTALS 


158 I 


266 1611 1791 


888 1325 


4617 


2811 


131 



128 



Association: 
YATES 

State: 

NORTH CAROLINA 



YEAR ENDING 9/30/87 



4 General officers enrollment 

5 Enrollment of mission(s) of church 

6 Total ongoing Sunday School enrollment 

7 Average weekly Sunday School attendance 

8 Number in Outreach Bible Study Groups 

9 Weekly evangelistic visitation? (Y/N) 

Number ethnic Sunday School members 

1 Church V.B.S. enrollment 

2 Mission V.B.S. enrollment 

3 Backyard Bible Club enrollment 



65® 


66® 


67® 


68® 


69® 


70® 


71® 


72® 


73® 


CHURCHES 

































324 


160 





N 





45 








ANGIER AVENUE 





36 


30 





Y 











67 


BAHAMA 





243 


78 





N 





122 








BELLS 





66 


42 





N 














BEREA 





494 


266 





N 





150 


60 


132 


BETHESDA 


37 


302 


183 





N 





88 








BRAGGTOWN 





314 


182 





N 





249 








CALVARY 


19 


469 


199 





Y 


17 


130 








CARRBORO 





142 


69 





N 





40 








CEDAR FORK 





61 


31 





Y 














CHEEK HEIGHTS 





389 


190 





Y 


4 





32 





CRESSET 


23 


722 


273 





N 


1 


130 








DURHAM MEMORIAL 





294 


159 





Y 





99 








EBENEZER 





281 


90 





N 





107 








EDGEMONT 





102 


50 





N 





92 





5 


EPHESUS 





262 


165 





N 





136 








FAITH 





46 


25 





N 


1 











FARRINGTON ROAD 





25 


16 





N 














FIELDCREST 


97 


852 


465 


97 


N 


8 


189 


175 


5 


FIRST 





623 


254 


25 


Y 


3 


239 








GORMAN 


5 


512 


239 





Y 





139 


158 





GRACE 


82 


1300 


567 





Y 


3 


132 


73 


30 


GREY STONE 





416 


245 





Y 


1 


25 








GUESS ROAD 





166 


70 





Y 





90 








HOLLOWAY STREET 


77 


896 


476 





Y 


4 


391 





110 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 





430 


183 





N 


1 


127 








HOPE VALLEY 





108 


65 





N 





52 








IMMANUEL 





140 


90 


4 


N 





30 








LAKEWOOD 





80 


56 





N 





41 








LEESVILLE ROAD 





246 


123 





N 





75 








LOWE'S GROVE 





59 


32 





N 





58 








LYSTRA 





169 


92 





N 





73 








MOUNT CARMEL 





193 


100 





N 





133 


133 





MOUNT G I LEAD 





264 


139 


5 


Y 





84 








MOUNT HERMON 


32 


260 


101 


4 


Y 





70 








MOUNT MORI AH 





157 


93 





N 





62 








MOUNT PISGAH 


20 


86 


65 





N 





61 








NEW JERUSALEM 





115 


54 





Y 











41 


OLIVE BRANCH 





94 


57 





N 





59 





49 


PAGE ROAD 





206 


90 





N 





66 








PARKVIEW 





148 


83 





Y 





82 





30 


PARKWOOD 





256 


127 





N 





104 


35 





PLAINVIEW 


: 


207 


125 





Y 





145 








RED MOUNTAIN 




661 


274 





Y 





95 








RIDGECREST 





177 


105 





N 





100 








ROSE OF SHARON 





447 


215 





N 


6 


63 


25 





TEMPLE 





179 


76 





N 





48 








TRINITY 





208 


130 





N 


8 











UNIVERSITY 





381 


190 





N 





20 








WATTS STREET 


30 


189 


75 





N 





112 








WEST DURHAM 





270 


119 





N 





88 








WESTWOOD 





701 


282 





Y 





183 


43 


30 


YATES 


J ■ 


22 


15346 


7665 


135 




57 


4624 


734 


499 


TOTALS 



129 



TABLE C: CHURCH TRAINING 





74 


Preschool enroll. 


(5 


years and under-not 


in s 


Associat ion : 


75 


Chi ldren 


enrollment ( 


6-11 years 


or grades 1-6 


YATES 


76 


Youth enrollment 


(12- 


17 years or 


grades 


7-12) 




77 


Adult enrollment 


(18 and over) 






State: 


78 


Equipping Centers 


enrol lment 






NORTH CAROLINA 


79 


N.C.M.T. 


/Survival 


Kit 


enrol lment 








80 


MasterLife enrollment 








=======================: 

CHURCHES 


= = = = : 


========= 

74® 


========= 

75® 


: = = = = 

76® 


=========== 

77® 


======== 

78® 


: = = = = = 

79® 
























ANGIER AVENUE 










7 











BAHAMA 






















BELLS 






















BEREA 






















BETHESDA 




13 


14 


29 


40 





15 


BRAGG TOWN 










15 





20 


3 


CALVARY 




13 


29 


15 


20 








CARRBORO 






















CEDAR FORK 







4 


11 


9 








CHEEK HEIGHTS 






















CRESSET 




6 


6 


43 


31 





8 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 










32 


26 








EBENEZER 




7 


38 


25 


32 


1 





EDGEMONT 






















EPHESUS 






















FAITH 






















FARR I NGTON ROAD 






















FIELDCREST 






















FIRST 




6 





13 


36 








GORMAN 




16 


26 


30 


13 








GRACE 







10 


6 








2 


GREY STONE 




14 


18 


38 


39 


11 


44 


GUESS ROAD 



















12 


HOLLOWAY STREET 






















HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 




25 





65 





25 


10 


HOPE VALLEY 
















30 


14 


IMMANUEL 




3 


8 


4 


35 








LAKEWOOD 






















LEESVILLE ROAD 






















LOWE'S GROVE 






















LYSTRA 






















MOUNT CARMEL 



















8 


MOUNT G I LEAD 






















MOUNT HERMON 










14 











MOUNT MORI AH 










14 


48 








MOUNT PISGAH 






















NEW JERUSALEM 






















OLIVE BRANCH 



















8 


PAGE ROAD 




2 


6 





23 








PARKVIEW 




2 


4 


12 


15 








PARKWOOD 










28 


15 


15 





PLAINVIEW 




6 


4 


5 


25 





5 


RED MOUNTAIN 




15 


20 


10 


54 








RIDGECREST 



















39 


ROSE OF SHARON 






















TEMPLE 






















TRINITY 






















UNIVERSITY 






















WATTS STREET 










40 











WEST DURHAM 













20 





6 


WESTWOOD 



















12 


YATES 



















19 




TOTALS 




128 


187 


456 


481 


102 


205 



130 



YEAR ENDING 9/30/87 



ther enrollment 

aid File enrollment 

sneral officers enrollment 

tirollment of mission(s) of church 

Dtal Church Training enrollment 

/erage weekly Church Training attendance 



82® 


83® 


84® 


85® 


86® 


CHURCHES 




























7 


3 


ANGIER AVENUE 

















BAHAMA 

















BELLS 

















BEREA 





2 





117 


90 


BETHESDA 











63 


15 


BRAGGTOWN 





3 





80 


74 


CALVARY 





3 





3 





CARRBORO 





2 





26 


14 


CEDAR FORK 


12 








12 





CHEEK HEIGHTS 





1 





95 


45 


CRESSET 





3 





61 


29 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 





4 





107 


60 


EBENEZER 


69 








99 


10 


EDGEMONT 











25 





EPHESUS 


27 








27 





FAITH 

















FARR I NGTON ROAD 

















FIELDCREST 











55 


30 


FIRST 


52 


1 





138 


34 


GORMAN 


190 


2 





263 


51 


GRACE 





2 





166 


55 


GREY STONE 











12 


6 


GUESS ROAD 











5 





HOLLOWAY STREET 


20 


5 





392 


185 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 


82 








126 


30 


HOPE VALLEY 











50 





IMMANUEL 





2 





14 





LAKEWOOD 

















LEESVILLE ROAD 

















LOWE'S GROVE 

















LYSTRA 





5 





33 





MOUNT CARMEL 

















MOUNT G I LEAD 





1 





48 


27 


MOUNT HERMON 











76 


18 


MOUNT MORI AH 

















MOUNT PISGAH 

















NEW JERUSALEM 


30 


1 





69 


30 


OLIVE BRANCH 





2 





33 


23 


PAGE ROAD 











33 





PARKVIEW 





2 





60 


35 


PARKWOOD 





2 





47 


23 


PLAINVIEW 











99 


65 


RED MOUNTAIN 


86 








125 





RIDGECREST 

















ROSE OF SHARON 





2 





86 


65 


TEMPLE 

















TRINITY 














75 


UNIVERSITY 





12 





52 


25 


WATTS STREET 











26 


18 


WEST DURHAM 


18 








50 


10 


WESTWOOD 


154 








308 


75 


YATES 




740 


57 





3088 


1220 


TOTALS 



131 



TABLE D: MUSIC MINISTRY 





87 Preschool 


enrol lment 






Association: 


88 Younger children's enrollment ( 


6-8 years) 


YATES 


89 Older children's enrollment (9- 


11) 






90 Youth enrollment (12-17 years) 






State: 


91 Adult enrollment (18 and over) 






NORTH CAROLINA 


92 Handbell 


ringers enrollment 

*■ 






CHURCHES 


87® 


88® 89® 


90® 


91® 
















ANGIER AVENUE 


4 


14 10 


1 


30 


BAHAMA 














BELLS 











14 


BEREA 





6 





22 


BETHESDA 


18 


13 20 


35 


58 


BRAGGTOWN 





8 14 





21 


CALVARY 


10 


8 7 


7 


41 


CARRBORO 


9 


11 17 


16 


32 


CEDAR FORK 











14 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 











15 


CRESSET 


11 


15 


35 


35 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 


4 


6 10 


37 


38 


EBENEZER 


16 


6 6 


12 


35 


EDGEMONT 


10 


6 5 


9 


20 


EPHESUS 











10 


FAITH 








9 


24 


FARRINGTON ROAD 











10 


FIELDCREST 











6 


FIRST 


14 


18 18 


25 


61 


GORMAN 


10 


15 18 


30 


45 


GRACE 


12 


10 6 


8 


38 


GREY STONE 


28 


10 8 


15 


130 


GUESS ROAD 


20 


13 7 


25 


32 


HOLLOWAY STREET 








6 


20 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 


23 


26 24 


47 


101 


HOPE VALLEY 


15 


6 15 


30 


42 


IMMANUEL 





17 


5 


18 


LAKEWOOD 


4 


4 





27 


LEESVILLE ROAD 














LOWE'S GROVE 


2 


5 3 


12 


31 


LYSTRA 





5 





6 


MOUNT CARMEL 





5 8 


10 


23 


MOUNT G I LEAD 








10 


19 


MOUNT HERMON 











22 


MOUNT MORI AH 


5 


5 5 


6 


19 


MOUNT PISGAH 





4 8 


10 


18 


NEW JERUSALEM 





5 2 


9 


21 


OLIVE BRANCH 





5 


5 


18 


PAGE ROAD 


3 


2 





14 


PARKVIEW 





3 


15 


25 


PARKWOOD 





5 


5 


16 


PLAINVIEW 


10 


10 


12 


25 


RED MOUNTAIN 





8 


11 


35 


RIDGECREST 


14 


24 12 


36 


46 


ROSE OF SHARON 


4 


3 3 


15 


20 


TEMPLE 


10 


12 8 


25 


22 


TRINITY 





11 6 


3 


25 


UNIVERSITY 


10 








40 


WATTS STREET 











30 


WEST DURHAM 





4 8 


12 


30 


WESTWOOD 











20 


YATES 


29 


16 23 


26 


56 




TOTALS 


295 


309 306 


574 


1520 J 



132 



YEAR ENDING 9/30/87 



eal ensembles enrollment 

strumental ensembles enrollment 

neral music leaders enrollment 

rollment of Mission(s) of church 

tal ongoing Music Ministry enrollment 

erage weekly Music Ministry attendance 



94® 


95® 


96® 


97® 


98® 


CHURCHES 



















4 


5 





97 


52 


ANGIER AVENUE 

















BAHAMA 





2 





22 


15 


BELLS 


2 


4 





39 


26 


BEREA 





14 





183 


140 


BETHESDA 


5 


5 





75 


40 


BRAGGTOWN 





9 





82 


40 


CALVARY 





3 





88 


66 


CARRBORO 





2 





16 


12 


CEDAR FORK 





2 





17 


10 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 





4 





208 


145 


CRESSET 


18 


9 





131 


102 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 





11 


8 


94 


60 


EBENEZER 





2 





52 


32 


EDGEMONT 





2 





12 


9 


EPHESUS 





4 





37 


25 


FAITH 





3 





14 


11 


FARRINGTON ROAD 





2 





8 


6 


FIELDCREST 





3 





154 


125 


FIRST 





12 





147 


101 


GORMAN 





2 





95 


60 


GRACE 


25 


3 





257 


150 


GREY STONE 





3 





106 


74 


GUESS ROAD 


3 


3 





41 


35 


HOLLOWAY STREET 





22 





251 


200 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 





12 





120 


89 


HOPE VALLEY 





3 





55 


39 


IMMANUEL 





2 





37 





LAKEWOOD 





2 





7 


3 


LEESVILLE ROAD 





4 





78 


62 


LOWE'S GROVE 





1 





12 


5 


LYSTRA 





3 





61 


20 


MOUNT CARMEL 


1 


3 





37 


15 


MOUNT G I LEAD 





2 





24 


14 


MOUNT HERMON 





6 





52 


39 


MOUNT MORI AH 





2 





42 


35 


MOUNT PISGAH 





1 





38 


35 


NEW JERUSALEM 





4 





32 


25 


OLIVE BRANCH 





3 





22 


10 


PAGE ROAD 





5 





56 


45 


PARKVIEW 


4 


7 





37 


30 


PARKWOOD 





3 





66 


35 


PLAINVIEW 





4 





58 


14 


RED MOUNTAIN 


4 


10 





158 


112 


RIDGECREST 





4 





58 


40 


ROSE OF SHARON 





7 





93 


70 


TEMPLE 





5 





59 


18 


TRINITY 





1 





51 


40 


UNIVERSITY 





12 





50 


40 


WATTS STREET 





3 





57 


26 


WEST DURHAM 


4 


1 





31 


24 


WESTWOOD 





15 





185 


124 


YATES 



70 256 8 3794 2545 TOTALS 



133 



TABLE E: WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 



Number of Organizations 



Association: 99 Mission Friends (5 years and under-not in s 

YATES 100 Girls in Action (6-11 years or grades 1-6) 





101 


Ac teens 


(12-17 


years or 


grades 


7-12) 




State : 


102 


Baptist 


Young 


Women (18 


-29 years or 


grad.- 


NORTH CAROLINA 


103 


Baptist 


Women 


(30 and over) 








104 


Mission(s) o,f 


church 










105 


Total number o 


f organizations 






CHURCHES 




99® 


100® 


101® 


102® 


103® 


104® 
























ANGIER AVENUE 













1 


1 





BAHAMA 







3 


1 


12 








BELLS 




1 











1 





BEREA 







1 














BETHESDA 




2 


2 


1 





2 





BRAGGTOWN 




1 


2 








1 





CALVARY 




1 


2 


1 





1 


1 


CARRBORO 




3 


2 


1 


1 


4 





CEDAR FORK 







2 


1 





1 





CHEEK HEIGHTS 
















1 





CRESSET 




1 


1 


1 





1 


1 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 




1 


2 


1 


1 


2 





EBENEZER 




2 


1 


1 





2 





EDGEMONT 




1 


1 


1 





1 





EPHESUS 







1 








1 





FAITH 




2 


2 


1 





1 





FARRINGTON ROAD 






















FIELDCREST 






















FIRST 




3 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


GORMAN 




1 


2 








1 





GRACE 




2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


4 


GREY STONE 




3 


3 


1 





3 





GUESS ROAD 




1 


1 





1 


1 





HOLLOWAY STREET 







1 


1 





1 





HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 




4 


4 








1 





HOPE VALLEY 




2 




1 





1 





IMMANUEL 




1 


1 


1 





1 





LAKEWOOD 




1 


1 








1 


3 


LEESVILLE ROAD 




1 


1 








1 





LOWE'S GROVE 




1 


1 








1 


1 


LYSTRA 


















15 


MOUNT CARMEL 




1 


1 


1 





1 


1 


MOUNT G I LEAD 




1 


1 


1 


1 


1 





MOUNT HERMON 




1 


1 











1 


MOUNT MORI AH 




1 


1 


1 


1 


2 





MOUNT PISGAH 




1 


1 


1 





1 





NEW JERUSALEM 







1 


1 





1 





OLIVE BRANCH 




1 


1 


1 


1 


2 





PAGE ROAD 




1 










1 





PARKVIEW 




1 




1 


1 


3 





PARKWOOD 




1 













2 


PLAINVIEW 




1 




1 


1 


1 





RED MOUNTAIN 




1 




1 





1 





RIDGECREST 




1 










1 


1 


ROSE OF SHARON 




1 




1 


1 


2 





TEMPLE 




1 










3 





TRINITY 




1 










1 





UNIVERSITY 
















10 





WATTS STREET 






















WEST DURHAM 













1 


1 


7 


WESTWOOD 
















1 





YATES 




3 


2 








2 







TOTALS 






60 


26 


25 


69 


38 



134 



YEAR ENDING 9/30/87 



Enrol lment 

Mission Friends (5 years and under-not in school) 

Girls in Action (6-11 years or grades 1-6) 

Acteens (12-17 years or grades 7-12) 

Baptist Young Women (18-29 years or grad.-29 yrs.) 

Baptist Women (30 and over) 

WMU officers 

Miss ion (s) of church 

Total ongoing WMU enrollment 



1 n 7© 

JLU l 


J.UO 


109® 


110® 


111® 


112® 


113® 




Q 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 




ft 
U 


u 


7 
1 


45 




o 


57 


AMHTFR AVFMTTF 


o 
o 


1 


12 


o 


o 


o 


16 




U 


ft 


o 


26 


A. 


o 


39 


RFT I ^ 


D 

O 


o 


o 


o 





o 


g 


RFRFA 


20 


15 


o 


30 


2 


o 


79 


RFTTIF^DA 


1 A 

±4 


n 
u 


o 


40 







69 


RRAfXTTOWN 


1 R 
ID 







15 


10 


g 


68 


PAT VARY 


18 


g 


10 


44 


8 


Q 


109 


PARRRORO 


g 


g 


o 


18 


5 





37 


PFnAR FORK 


o 


o 


o 


21 







22 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 


g 


13 


o 


23 


4 


o 


66 


CRESSET 


29 


10 


12 


30 


2 


o 


99 


DURHAM MFMORTAT 


13 


15 


o 


21 


2 





69 


FRFMF7FR 


12 


H 





40 


4 


o 


79 


EDGEMONT 


3 


o 





15 


2 


o 


20 


EPHESUS 


17 


16 


Q 


26 


7 


o 


81 


FAITH 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


Q 





FARRTMfiTON ROAn 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 





o 


FT FI nCRF^T 


22 


10 


11 


133 


10 


12 


205 


FIRST 


24 


o 


o 


45 


4 


o 


91 


(TORMAN 


17 


12 


16 


62 


7 





131 


p.rapf 


22 


Q 

O 


Q 

o 


RA 
04 




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u 


1 1 1 




10 





12 


44 


10 


n 
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03 




g 


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32 


4 


o 


51 


HOT I fftVAV QTRFFT 


55 


ft 

u 


n 


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u 


1 A Q 
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nnr,/ip QTPsn upi put q 
nuivirj o i tj ajj ii Ej 1 ion i o 


20 




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1 n 


t 

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ft 
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7Q 


unDJ? VAT T PV 


15 







20 




ft 


A e; 


TMMAMTTFI 


5 


o 


o 


30 


2 


o 


45 


I AKFWOOTTi 


7 


Q 


o 


7 







on 


TFF<?VTTTF ROAH 


9 


o 


o 


163 







185 


T OWF ' <? fIROVF 







u 


u 


A 
4 


u 


A 

4 


T VCTP A 


7 


5 


o 


42 




ft 
u 


7*3 
( o 




10 


7 


21 









60 


mount ott FAn 


10 


Q 


u 


i n 


c 
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u 


Q O 

o o 


1VJUU1N 1 ilijruVHJIN 


g 


7 


i ft 


4 1 


1 

J. 


n 
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7ft 
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MHT IMT MT»R T AIT 






n 
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oo 








57 


1V1UU1N 1 rl OljAJl 


5 


D 


ft 
u 


c 
D 


a 
D 


u 


ill, 


MPl\7 1PDI1Q4T VM 
IN £j» V d ij rtU O AL. ijlVi 




7 


o 


23 


5 





47 


ULilVij tStvAlNOxl 


6 


o 


o 


15 


5 





31 


PAGE ROAD 


3 


6 


7 


42 


5 





66 


PARKVIEW 


6 














2 


14 


PARKWOOD 


5 


9 


10 


29 


2 





77 


PLAINVIEW 


10 


3 





15 


1 





34 


RED MOUNTAIN 











15 


4 


1 


50 


RIDGECREST 


3 


14 


14 


14 


2 





55 


ROSE OF SHARON 


8 








48 








66 


TEMPLE 


11 








24 


1 





48 


TRINITY 











50 


4 





54 


UNIVERSITY 

















47 


47 


WATTS STREET 








18 


40 


10 


140 


208 


WEST DURHAM 











15 


2 





17 


WESTWOOD 


30 








38 


9 





102 


YATES 



510 243 169 1557 188 207 3164 TOTALS 



135 



TABLE F: BROTHERHOOD 



Association: 
YATES 

State: 

NORTH CAROLINA 



OHUKGHbb 


114® 


115® 


116® 


117® 
















A MO IPD A \r V\n IT? 

ANulbK AVblNUb 














BAHAMA 


6 


3 


2 





BELLS 


5 


5 


2 





BEREA 














BhiHhbDA 


25 


20 


2 


25 


BKAuO IuWN 


7 





1 


25 


CALVARY 


6 


8 





26 


PADDDADA 

OAKKJJUKU 


18 


3 


1 





OLDAK r UKK 


4 


5 


2 


14 


OHbbK HbluHlb 














CRbbbbl 


6 


2 


2 


18 


nilDUAAl TAATMlflnD TAT 

1XJK11AIV1 MbMUK 1 AL 


6 


6 


1 





bobiNb/ibK 


2 1 


11 


1 


12 


bUUbmUIN 1 


5 


4 


2 





PDUDCTTC 

brnboUo 














FAITH 


6 


12 


1 





PADDT XI/~ ,, T 1 /"\M DA A H 

c ARK 1 N(j 1 UN KUAL) 














V T 1?T nfDUCT 

r 1 bLUOKbo 1 














T? T DOT 

r 1Kb 1 


2 1 


11 


2 





UUKMAN 


14 


9 


5 





GRACE 


12 


11 


3 





uKbi SIUNb 


8 


9 


5 


48 


GUbbb KOAD 








1 


14 


T T/^r T/^IATAV OTDPT7T 

HOLLOWAY SlKbbl 














HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 


26 





2 





HOPE VALLEY 


28 


37 


1 


8 


IMMANUEL 














LAKEWOOD 














LEESVILLE ROAD 


4 


4 


2 





LOWE 1 S GROVE 














LYSTRA 














MOUNT CARMEL 


7 


7 


4 





MOUNT G I LEAD 


6 


5 


3 


12 


MOUNT HERMON 


8 


2 


1 





MOUNT MORI AH 


4 





1 





MOUNT PISGAH 














NEW JERUSALEM 














OLIVE BRANCH 


4 


3 


1 





rAUb tVJn.U 


o 
o 


U 


X 


o 



PARKVIEW 














PARKWOOD 


7 





3 


12 


PLAINVIEW 


5 





2 





RED MOUNTAIN 


4 


3 


2 


12 


RIDGECREST 











15 


ROSE OF SHARON 


10 


2 





14 


TEMPLE 


17 





1 


34 


TRINITY 














UNIVERSITY 














WATTS STREET 














WEST DURHAM 














WESTWOOD 











14 


YATES 


23 





1 


26 



TOTALS ~ 331 182 58 337 



114 Crusaders (6-11 years or grades 1-6) 

115 Pioneers (12-17 years or grades 7-12) 

116 RA Director and corrmittee 

117 Baptist Men enrol lment -Basic 

118 Baptist Men enrol lment -Prayer 



136 



YEAR ENDING 9/30/87 



Baptist Men enrollment -Miss ion Action 
Baptist Men enrollment -Witnessing or Lay Renewal 
Brotherhood director and other gereral Brotherhood Officers 
: Enrollment of mission(s) of church 
Total ongoing Brotherhood enrollment 



9® 


120® 


121® 


122® 


123® 


CHURCHES 


































ANGIER AVENUE 














11 


BAHAMA 














12 


BELLS 

















BEREA 





15 


2 


50 


194 


BETHESDA 


4 





4 





41 


BRAGGTOWN 








1 





41 


CALVARY 














22 


CARRBORO 








1 


4 


30 


CEDAR FORK 








1 





1 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 














28 


CRESSET 








1 





14 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 








4 





49 


EBENEZER 


.2 





3 





26 


EDGEMONT 

















EPHESUS 














19 


FAITH 

















FARRINGTON ROAD 

















FIELDCREST 














34 


FIRST 














28 


GORMAN 


1 





5 


11 


53 


GRACE 


2 


2 


1 





137 


GREY STONE 








3 


8 


36 


GUESS ROAD 

















HOLLOWAY STREET 


.4 





1 





49 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 


.5 





6 





103 


HOPE VALLEY 

















IMMANUEL 

















LAKEWOOD 














10 


LEESVILLE ROAD 

















LOWE'S GROVE 

















LYSTRA 


.1 





7 





36 


MOUNT CARMEL 


.0 


10 


3 





56 


MOUNT G I LEAD 














11 


MOUNT HERMON 














5 


MOUNT MORI AH 

















MOUNT PISGAH 

















NEW JERUSALEM 








1 





9 


OLIVE BRANCH 








2 





19 


PAGE ROAD 

















PARKVIEW 


3 


3 


4 


3 


39 


PARKWOOD 














7 


PLAINVIEW 








3 





24 


RED MOUNTAIN 


.5 





1 


15 


61 


RIDGECREST 








1 





27 


ROSE OF SHARON 


7 











59 


TEMPLE 


5 


5 


1 





16 


TRINITY 

















UNIVERSITY 

















WATTS STREET 

















WEST DURHAM 








3 





22 


WESTWOOD 


L3 





3 





69 


YATES 



'2 35 62 91 1307 TOTALS 



137 



TABLE G: TOTAL RECEIPTS, LOCAL EXPENDITURES & STEWARDSHIP 



Associ at ion : 
YATES 



State: 

NORTH CAROLINA 



21 Number of tithers 

22 Cooperative Prog, goal as % of undesign. receipt; 

23 Assoc. missions goal as % of undesignated receip 

124 Undesignated gifts, offerings, etc. 

125 Designated gifts, offerings, etc. 

126 Total tithes, all offerings, and special gifts 

127 All other receipts 

128 Total Receipts 



CHURCHES 21® 22® 23® 124® ' 125® 126® 127® 12 








0. 





0. 





















ANGIER AVENUE 


157 


31. 





3. 





212755 


72798 


285553 


7820 


29337, 


BAHAMA 


16 


2. 





1. 





22170 


21774 


43944 





4394: 


BELLS 





7. 





3. 





40469 


3037 


43506 





4350 


BEREA 


6 


1 . 





1. 





26025 


34210 


60235 





6023 


BETHESDA 


95 


11. 





2. 





275203 


75563 


350766 


130630 


48139 


BRAGGTOWN 


44 


7, 





2. 


2 


184585 


5266 


189851 


44033 


23388 


CALVARY 


64 


10. 





3. 





155631 


35709 


191340 





19134 


CARRBORO 


253 


14. 





3. 


5 


213927 


40003 


253930 


12021 


26595 


CEDAR FORK 


23 


28. 





3. 





64069 


9604 


73673 


821 


7449 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 


26 


1. 


6 


0. 


6 


35370 


1083 


36453 





3645 


CRESSET 


80 


4, 





0. 


1 


223990 


61671 


285661 


81750 


3674 


1 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 


100 


15, 





1. 





36212 


247527 


283739 


1953 


28569 


EBENEZER 


90 


0. 





0, 





148763 


35123 


183886 





18388 


EDGEMONT 


26 


10. 





2. 





84892 


6692 


91584 





9158 


EPHESUS 


27 


7o 





2. 





59145 


25778 


84923 


341 


8526 


FAITH 


67 


0. 





3, 





130295 


18040 


148335 





14833 


FARRINGTON ROAD 


20 


85. 





2. 





46505 


13567 


60072 





600 




FIELDCREST 


13 


1. 





1. 





23653 


1775 


25428 





2542 


FIRST 


175 


11. 





1. 


5 


465987 


81574 


547561 


23181 


57074 


GORMAN 


234 


7. 





1. 


7 


312144 


63209 


375353 


20800 


39615 


GRACE 


225 


12. 


5 


2. 





320552 


152740 


473292 


163386 


636671 


GREY STONE 


649 


0. 





0. 





595454 


96787 


692241 


360000 


105 224 


GUESS ROAD 


95 


16. 





4. 





211606 


27525 


239131 


3175 


2423C 


HOLLOW AY STREET 


47 


5. 


G 


0. 


3 


108057 


7324 


115381 


2400 


1177? 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 


150 


15. 





1. 





483116 


62589 


545705 


13898 


5596C; 


HOPE VALLEY 


70 


9. 





2. 





167419 


97443 


264862 





2648 




IMMANUEL 


45 


7» 


7 


1. 


2 


82174 


8724 


90898 


4833 


957 




LAKEWOOD 


25 


8. 





2. 





102809 


21380 


124189 





1.24 U| 


LEESVILLE ROAD 


14 


12. 





4. 





39135 


24184 


63319 


6603 


699 




LOWE'S GROVE 


35 


14. 





3. 





114805 


19864 


134669 


2583 


1372 


f 


LYSTRA 


25 


7. 





i . 





32120 


25662 


57782 


3063 


608 




MOUNT CARMEL 


101 


10. 





2, 


7 


81605 


26166 


107771 





1077 


1 


MOUNT G I LEAD 


75 


10. 





2 





72736 


27234 


99970 


3907 


1038 




MOUNT HERMON 


40 


22. 


5 


4 





81892 


49447 


131339 


367 


1317 


< 


MOUNT MORI AH 


30 


10. 





5. 





92360 


9344 


101704 





1017 




MOUNT PISGAH 


14 


14. 





2 





56221 


Q424 


62645 


123 


627 




NEW JERUSALEM 


67 


0. 





1 


5 


31801 


22137 


53938 


4296 


582 


I 


OLIVE BRANCH 


4 


10. 





2 





57377 


15075 


72452 


1400 


738 


r 


PAGE ROAD 


45 


10. 





3 





















PARKVIEW 


36 


4. 


2 


1. 


1 


110264 





110264 


1865 


1121 




PARKWOOD 


20 


3. 


5 


1. 





95142 


8013 


103155 


15411 


1185 




PLAINVIEW 





7. 





3. 





99277 


30695 


129972 







RED MOUNTAIN 


48 


-3. 





1. 





58517 


8737 


67254 


356 


676 




RIDGECREST 


65 


5. 





1. 





331559 


35335 


366894 





36685: 


ROSE OF SHARON 


40 


4. 





5. 





95514 


24707 


120221 


129479 


2497( 


TEMPLE 


55 


8. 


6 


1. 


8 


228788 


104064 


332852 


6610 


3394(; 


TRINITY 





7. 





3. 


5 


59820 


1421 


61241 


44 


612? 


UNIVERSITY 





10. 





1. 





















WATTS STREET 





0. 





0. 





221814 


22950 


244764 


11964 


2567 




WEST DURHAM 


23 


5. 





0. 


5 


88000 


2000 


90000 


9600 


996 




WESTWOOD 


30 


11. 


2 


2. 





147953 


21539 


169492 


7099 


1765 




YATES 


95 


10. 





1. 





347541 


30540 


378081 


236684 


6147 








TOTALS 


3684 










7377218 


1844053 


9221271 


1312496 


105337 





138 



YEAR ENDING 9/30/87 



129 Money borrowed during the year 

130 Church staff salaries 

131 Money paid out on new construction during the year 

132 Debt retirement during the year 

133 Church literature 

134 All other local expenditures 

135 Total local expenditures 



129® 


130® 


131® 


132® 


133® 


134® 


135® CHURCHES 

























32000 


120590 


49996 


5230 


3663 


51769 


231248 


ANGIER AVENUE 


25000 


15375 





20000 


800 


6508 


42683 


BAHAMA 





21832 








3916 


19441 


45189 


BELLS 





12532 


104502 





452 


8157 


125643 


BEREA 


18000 


93952 





57074 


3036 


271147 


425209 


BETHESDA 


10149 


99016 





9314 


5834 


57682 


171846 


BRAGGTOWN 





48936 


87144 


26369 


4398 


62174 


229021 


CALVARY 





96028 





3410 


9255 


151403 


260096 


CARRBORO 





27470 








2629 


14270 


44369 


CEDAR FORK 





19480 








429 


7014 


26923 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 





134371 





72676 


8685 


151703 


367435 


CRESSET 





104170 





1806 


9157 


31629 


146762 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 





64300 





45942 


3500 


68156 


181898 


EBENEZER 





39544 








3250 


32100 


74894 


EDGEMONT 





29137 








2012 


41004 


72153 


EPHESUS 





42573 








6947 


61649 


111169 


FAITH 





17045 


2694 


13976 


1247 


4464 


39426 


FARRINGTON ROAD 





11993 





3432 


220 


5376 


21021 


FIELDCREST 





190517 


43067 


48000 


13300 


190304 


485188 


FIRST 





110138 





32112 


8932 


141429 


292611 


GORMAN 





162041 








5468 


321624 


489133 


GRACE 





242564 





180000 


20000 


303383 


745947 


GREY STONE 


82500 


77406 





50906 


12772 


30517 


171601 


GUESS ROAD 





58600 








3632 


16182 


78414 


HOLLOWAY STREET 





165154 


51407 


93951 


30412 


116205 


457129 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 


25000 


60385 


454986 


46639 


3200 


59126 


624336 


HOPE VALLEY 





50095 








2154 


36173 


88422 


IMMANUEL 


8413 


52605 





9000 


2573 


82307 


146485 


LAKEWOOD 





13318 


10000 


78694 


1976 


18053 


122041 


LEESVILLE ROAD 





52315 








5340 


52538 


110193 


LOWE'S GROVE 





15700 








980 


945 


17625 


LYSTRA 


8500 


36912 





16776 


3933 


34910 


92531 


MOUNT CARMEL 





32057 


33975 





2820 


18571 


87423 


MOUNT G I LEAD 





39882 





37373 


2903 


80375 


160533 


MOUNT HERMON 





45182 








2850 


41528 


89560 


MOUNT MORI AH 





30027 








1864 


18135 


50026 


MOUNT PISGAH 














1045 


10667 


1045 


NEW JERUSALEM 


60000 


25275 





20301 


2198 


11253 


59027 


OLIVE BRANCH 























PAGE ROAD 





49801 





14300 


1736 


32666 


98503 


PARKVIEW 


2000 


47486 


5380 


15897 


2149 


36722 


107634 


PARKWOOD 





41260 





9180 


4098 


77532 


132070 


PLAINVIEW 


38500 


21529 


888 


19080 


2282 


13569 


57348 


RED MOUNTAIN 





101300 





46800 


11195 


92745 


252040 


RIDGECREST 





44935 





20352 


3637 


159716 


228640 


ROSE OF SHARON 





129535 








7724 


66938 


204197 


TEMPLE 





15182 





27000 


2600 


11650 


56432 


TRINITY 

















199500 


199500 


UNIVERSITY 





115962 








4000 


107189 


227151 


WATTS STREET 


40000 


39000 





10000 


20000 


35000 


104000 


WEST DURHAM 





83110 





10320 


8095 


36670 


138195 


WESTWOOD 





143147 





30000 


3382 


356158 


532687 


YATES 





50062 3290764 844039 1075910 268680 3855926 9324652 TOTALS 



139 



TABLE H: MISSION EXPENDITURES 



Associat ion: 
YATES 



State: 

NORTH CAROLINA 



Church Sponsored Missions 

136 Money paid out on new const, during the year 

137 All other church sponsored mission expenditures 

138 Total church sponsored mission expenditures 

139 Cooperative Program 



Other Mission Cause Expenditures 

140 Associational missions program 

141 State missions 





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175 


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1077 


1503 


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3383 


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10 


67 


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PARKV I EW 











4653 


1349 


950 


110 


PARKWOOD 











3380 


966 


211 


40 


PLAINVIEW 











6898 


3083 


310 


121 


RED MOUNTAIN 











1860 


700 


175 


60 


RIDGECREST 











12000 


2250 


130C 


240 


ROSE OF SHARON 











4034 


5346 


400 


137 


TEMPLE 











25004 


4725 


1756 


296 


TRINITY 











5865 


2737 


362 


67 


UNIVERSITY 














400 







WATTS STREET 





9000 


9000 


8150 


2500 


500 


49 


WEST DURHAM 






















WESTWOOD 











15944 


2850 


992 


185 


YATES 











27353 


3500 


551 


625 




TOTALS 


1800 


9238 


11038 


725568 


153456 


39815 


7937 



140 



YEAR ENDING 9/30/87 



'142 SB Home Missions (incl. Annie Armstrong Easter offering) 

143 SB Foreign Missions (incl. Lottie Moon Christmas offering) 

144 SB Christian education (schools, ect.) 

145 SB Children's homes (cash plus goods) 
L46 SB Hospitals 

147 SB Homes for the aged 

148 All other (Bible Society, Temperance League, etc.) 

149 Total other mission cause expenditures 



150 


urana lot 


a 1 Mi c 

a i ivi l £ 


ssion expenditures 








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200 


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24785 


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885 


50 








459 


31462 


60667 


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198 





220 


5954 


23934 


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115 








1296 


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54405 


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12896 


29523 


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144 


372 


265 


350 


1766 


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368 


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5653 


10306 


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1710 


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3835 


7124 


10504 


"DAD fZl \Jt 1/ \ 

rAllKWUOU 


2407 














2514 


9529 


16427 


PLAINVIEW 


1575 





851 


175 


175 





4254 


6114 


RED MOUNTAIN 


0400 














10704 


27054 


39054 


RIDGECREST 


2233 





800 


300 


800 


100 


11351 


15385 


ROSE OF SHARON 


4541 








1132 





5849 


20964 


45968 


TEMPLE 


564 








215 








4553 


10418 


TRINITY 

















13140 


13540 


13540 


UNIVERSITY 


950 


1140 











14019 


19604 


36754 


WATTS STREET 


























WEST DURHAM 


5183 





120 











10999 


26943 


WESTWOOD 


6300 














2873 


19474 


46827 


YATES 




7464 


7162 


4633 


7439 


2980 


156788 


649106 


1385712 


TOTALS 



141 



TABLE I: SPECIAL INFORMATION 



Associ at ion : 
YATES 



State: 

NORTH CAROLINA 



28 No. church-type missions started during the yea 

29 No. church-type missions currently operating 

30 No. other-type missions started during the year 

31 No. other-type missions currently operating 

32 No. New Sunday School members 

33 ($) Lottie Moon offering goal 

34 ($) Annie Armstrong Offering 

35 Christian Day School enrollment 

36 N=none R=radio TV=TV B=both 

37 No. in Sunday School but not church member 



CHURCHES 



28® 29® 30® 31® 



32® 



33® 



34® 35® 36® 







ANGIER AVENUE 



6000 



2593 



BAHAMA 



27 



3 25 



325 



BELLS 



1000 



905 



BEREA 



40 



206 



BETHESDA 



48 10000 



1982 



BRAGGTOWN 



4840 



3930 



CALVARY 



4200 



1339 



CARRBORO 
CEDAR FORK 



46 11000 5757 



1200 



631 



CHEEK HEIGHTS 



263 



CRESSET 



5 2 



4500 



235 



DURHAM MEMORIAL 



50 7000 2500 



EBENEZER 







47 2365 



EDGEMQNT 



23 



3000 



1511 



EPHESUS 



17 1200 



FAITH 



2000 



346 



FARRINGTON ROAD 



1200 



100 



FIELDCREST 



300 



115 



FIRST 



75 



GORMAN 



37 



11500 




5702 



1400 



GRACE 



19 13500 



3561 



GREY STONE 



7000 2500 



GUESS ROAD 



24 



5000 



3163 



HOLLOWAY STREET 



16 



2000 



1772 



HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 



200 6500 



3748 



HOPE VALLEY 



96 



3800 



1535 



IMMANUEL 



2500 



1553 



LAKEWOOD 



2500 



125 



LEESVILLE ROAD 



700 



535 



LOWE'S GROVE 



2500 



1895 



LYSTRA 







MOUNT CARMEL 



850 
"1250 



795 



1125 



MOUNT G I LEAD 







10 



2900 2033 



MOUNT HERMON 



2750 



779 



MOUNT MORI AH 



15 



2500 



840 



MOUNT PISGAH 



850 



601 



NEW JERUSALEM 



OLIVE BRAN CH 
PAGE ROAD 



1500 



670 



PARKVIEW 



1600 1100 



PARKWOOD 



PLAINVIEW 



1000 



402 



2000 



1192 



RED MOUNTA IN 
RIDGECREST 



1500 



603 



62 13000 



1640 



ROSE OF SHARON 
TEMPLE 







12 



1700 



872 



4500 2961 



TRINITY 



1000 



675 



UNIVERSITY 



WATTS STREET 



20 



575 



345 



WEST DURHAM 



12 



WESTWOOD 
YATES 



12 



5183 



1931 



50 



6250 



3751 



TOTALS 



12 



1287 168578 75818 



235 



142 



YEAR ENDING 9/30/87 



38 Number of revivals 

39 Number of tre-bapt isms ' 

40 No. Enrol, in state conv. -sponsored college or university 

41 No. accepting Christ during a revival 

Does church have, observe, plan, use, etc? Y=Yes/N=No 

41 Weekly workers mtg. 46 Auto x . data process iong50 Expanded Annuity Plan 

42 Bi-Vocational pastor 47 Christian Life Corrm. 51 Family Ministry 

43 Bapt. Doctrine Study 48 PGG Church Event 52 Baptist Men's Day 

44 BMT prayer activities 49 Media Library 53 State paper in bud. 



3® 


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CHURCHES 


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1 


1 








N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


ANuitiK AVfciNUh 














N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


r> a sjt a ft /it a 

BAHAMA 


2 





1 





N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


BELLS 








1 





N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


BEREA 


1 


1 


1 


4 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


D prptin on A 

BMHhbDA 














N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


T>r> A /~V~* r TV\T\r\T 

BRAUtj lXJWN 


2 











N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


nil \ r a D \7 

OALVAKY 


2 





4 


3 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


CARRBORO 














N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


CEDAR FORK 


1 











N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 


2 


1 


3 





Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


CRESSET 


2 





1 


3 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 


2 


2 





6 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N" 


EBENEZER 


2 











N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


EDGEMONT 














N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


EPHESUS 


1 


1 








N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


FAITH 














N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


FARRINGTON ROAD 


1 











N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


FIELDCREST 


1 


1 








Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


FIRST 


4 





1 


1 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


GORMAN 








1 





N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


GRACE 


2 


3 


7 


2 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


GREY STONE 


1 





1 





N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


V 


GUESS ROAD 


2 











N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


HOLLOWAY STREET 


I 





1 





N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 


1 





2 





Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


HO PL VALLLY 














N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


T 1\ AIM A MT TT?T 


) 











N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


LAKLVVUUU 


2 





1 





N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


t pcc^nr t i? or* a r\ 
LfciLbv 1 LLh KUAJJ 


J 





4 





N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


LUvvb o UlvJV t. 


) 











N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


LYolRA 


L 


1 


1 





N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


MOUN 1 OAKMhL 


Z 





2 





N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


MUUN 1 (j 1 LfciAU 


1 





1 





N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


MOUN 1 HhRlvlON 


X 


3 


2 


6 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


MUUJN 1 IVfJK 1 AH 


2 











N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


MOUN 1 PI bGAH 


U 











Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


\Tpni TT?t>TTC! AT TXUt 

NtiVV JbKUbALEM 


) 











N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


OLIVE BRANCH 







3 





N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 




1 








3 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


PARKVIEW 


1 





4 


1 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


PARICWOOD 


4 








1 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


PLAINVIEW 


1 








1 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


RED MOUNTAIN 


1 


1 


4 


2 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


RIDGECREST 


1 











N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


ROSE OF SHARON 


1 





1 


1 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


TEMPLE 














N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


TRINITY 


3 











N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


UNIVERSITY 








1 





N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


WATTS STREET 


8 











Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


WEST DURHAM 














N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


WESTWOOD 








4 





Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


YATES 



2 15 52 34 TOTALS 



143 



EDMONDS PRINTING CO. - LAWRENCEVILLE, VA 



Q- 6 



f Yates 

Baptist Association 

North Carolina 




1948 



1988 



40TH 
ANNIVERSARY 



m jv 



Hi * 



Yates 
Baptist 
Association 



4800 Garrett Road 
P.O. Box 52381 
Durham, North Carolina 27717-2381 
Telephone: 919-489-3396 



Fortieth Annual Session 



1988 



Held with Carrboro Baptist Church, Monday evening, October 24, 1988; 
First Baptist Church, Tuesday morning, October 25, 1988; 
and Gorman Baptist Church, Tuesday evening, October 25, 1988. 

Next session held with Plainview Baptist Church, Monday evening, October 23, 1989; 
Grace Baptist Church, Tuesday morning, October 24, 1989; 
and University Baptist Church, Tuesday evening, October 24, 1989. 



Preacher: Rev. E. McMillian Bare, Westwood Baptist Church 
Alternate: Rev. Robert D. Weatherly, Mount Moriah Baptist Church 
Guest Speakers: Dr. Dale W. Cross and Mr. & Mrs. Bob Foy 



2 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



PAGE 



Associate/ Assist ant Pastors 90 

Board Members 7 

Brotherhood Officers 13 

Budget 75 

Calendar 16 

Church Brotherhood Directors 103 

Church Clerks 106 

Church Deacon Chairmen 107 

Church Media Center/ Library Directors 98 

Church Music Directors 91 

Church Pastors 88 

Church Secretaries 94 

Church Sunday School Directors 99 

Church Training Directors 101 

Church Training Officers 13 

Church Treasurers 104 

Church Woman's Missionary Union Directors 101 

Committees (1988-89) 10 

Constitution and Bylaws 30 

Directory of the Association 7 

Emp loyees 7 

Financial Statement 71 

General Board Members of the Baptist State Convention 7 

Historical Table 110 

History of Gorman Baptist Church 78 

History of Trinity Baptist Church 79 

In Memoriam 84 

Key to Church Abbreviations 9 

Meals for Associational Annual Meeting and WMU Annual Meeting 82 

Ministers Licensed During the Year 98 

Ministers of Education 90 

Ministers of Recreation 94 

Ministers of Youth 93 

Ministers Ordained During the Year 97 

Music Council 14 

Officers of the Association 7 

Ordained Ministers 95 

Proceedings of the Annual Meeting 37 

Report of the General Board 83 

Senior Adult Officers 15 

"Singles 30-50" Officers 15 

"Singles Over 50" Officers 15 

Sunday School Officers 13 

TACMO Officers 15 

Woman's Missionary Union Officers 15 

Yates Baptist Association Churches 86 

Years for Publishing Church Histories 81 

COMMITTEE AND ORGANIZATION REPORTS: 

Annual Meeting Committee 1 

Assocaition Board 49 

Auditor 68 

Brotherhood 53 

Camp Committee 58 

Church Media Center/ Library (TACMO) 57 



3 



Church Training 52 

Deacons Committee 58 

Director of Church and Community Ministries 67 

Director of Missions 66 

Evangelism Committee 59 

Ministerial Care 60 

Missions Development Program 60 

Music Council v 56 

Ordinations Committee 62 

Personnel Committee 62 

Public Relations Committee 63 

Senior Adults 63 

"Singles 30-50" 64 

"Singles Over 50" 64 

Sunday School 51 

Woman's Missionary Union 51 

Youth Advisory Committee 65 

STATISTICAL TABLES 

Church Membership and Other Information 114 

Sunday School 116 

Church Training 118 

Music Ministry 120 

Woman's Missionary Union 122 

Brotherhood 124 

Total Receipts, Local Expenditures & Stewardship 126 

Mission Expenditures 128 

Special Information 130 



4 



GORMAN BAPTIST CHURCH 



5 




TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH 



6 



DIRECTORY OF THE ASSOCIATION 
1988-89 



Mode rator 
Vice Moderator 
Clerk 
Treasurer 
Parliamentarian 
Pastors at Large 



Mr. Frank Shipp 
Rev. Ernest Ferrell 
Ms. Dorothy Hicks 
Mr. Billy Judd 
Mr. Bruce Little 
Dr. Malbert Smith 
Rev. Joe Zimmerman 



#7 Galaxy Ct. 27705 
1914 S. Miami Blvd. 27703 
1308 Ed Cook Road 27703 
501 Hugo Street 27705 
3707 Esther Drive 27703 
2601 Hillsborough Rd27705 
Rt. 3, Box 216 Apex 27502 



HS 
BA 
TR 
FI 
BA 



683-6871 
596-2158 
596-7232 
477-3528 
596-7750 
GRS 286-2281 
MP 362-7951 



GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 
THE BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 



Rev. Jerry E. Harper 
Rev. Crate H. Jones 



Rt 1, Box 388 
3106 Appling Way 



27705 
27709 



MH 383-2982 
FI 596-6619 



ASSOCIATION EMPLOYEES 



Director 

Church/ Comm. Min. Faye Oakley Bassett 
Admin. Assistant Kathy Thompson 
Office Secretary Saundra Stallings 
Camp Caretaker Dale H. Baker 
Resource Center 



3607 Cole Mill Road 27712 383-6432 

Rt 3 Bx 198-1 Apex 27502 387-0522 

2515 Rolling Pines Ave 27703 596-7433 

Rt 6, Box 181 27703 596-6689 

4800 Garrett Road 27707 489-3396 



P.O. Box 52381 



27717-2381 



BOARD MEMBERS 



Angier Avenue 
Bahama 



Bells 
Be re a 
Bethesda 
Braggtown 

Calvary 

Carrboro 



Cedar Fork 



Cheek Heights 
Cresset 

Durham Pvlemorial 
Ebenezer 



Mr. Pvlanley Johnson 

Mr. Paul E. Watkins 

Mr. Earl Smith 

Mr. K.T. Joyner 



Mr. /Mrs. Mack Vickers 

Mr. /Mrs. Lunsford Williams 

Mr. R.D. Holleman 

Mr. Jack Tilley 

Mrs. Emma Daniel 

Mrs. Dorothy Christian 

Dr. Albert Collier 

Dr. Robert Thompson 

Mr. W.C. Cole lough 

Mr. Ralph Green 
Mr. Ed Wood 
Mr. Ira Pate 

Mr. Fletcher King 
Mrs. Ha lee n Gwaltney 
Mr. 3obby Riley 
Mr. Gus Riley 



411 Pleasant Dr 27703 596-3469 

2424 S Alston Ave 27713 596-2690 
8206 Lowell Valley Dr 

Bahama 27503 471-4391 

Rt 1 Bx 56- H 

Bahama 27503 477-0154 

Rt 3 Box 116 27713 544-1464 

4424 Angier Ave 27703 596-4327 

1514 Hermitage Ct 27707 489-3263 

2802 Broad St 27704 477-3619 

619 Lynn Road 27703 596-5237 

205 Pleasant Dr 27703 596-6862 
2722 Damascus Church Rd 

Chapel Hill 27516 967-2562 

129 Carolina Forest Rd 

Chapel Hill 27516 967-1278 

Rt 1 Box 329 

Morrisville 27560 544-2477 

5824 Williamsburg 27713 544-1103 

1130 Midland Terr 27704 682-8068 

1111 Midland Terr 27704 682-2315 



339 Chandler Rd 27703 596-8040 

2616 Wedgedale Ave27703 596-7519 

Rt 2 Box 524-A 27705 333-1352 

Rt 2, Box 513 27705 383-3155 



7 



Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Faith 



Mr. Rone Davis 
Mr. Richard Conover 
Mrs. Mildred Markham 
Mrs. Nancy Hayes 
Mr. Charles Glasgow 
Mr. J.E. Lee 



Farrington Road Mr. James Williams 



Fieldcrest 

First 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 
Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 

Lakewood 
Leesville Road 
Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carme 1 



Mount Gilead 

Mount Hermon 

Mount Mori ah 

Mount Pisgah 
New Jerusalem 



North Durham 
Olive Branch 

Page Road 

Parkview 
Parkwood 
Plainview 

Red Mountain 
Ridge crest 

Rose of Sharon 

Southern Baptist 



Mr. Larry Giles 

Rev. Norman Gossett 
Mr. /Mrs. Floyd Rhodes, 
Mrs. Grace Fogleman 
Mr. Jerry Jones 
Mr. Gary Carver 
Mr. W.W. Edwards 
Mrs. Ernestine Sink 
Mr. Travis Clements, Sr. 

Mr. /Mrs. Howard Harris 

Mr. /Mrs. George Cooke 
Mrs. Lucy Herndon 
Mr. Edgar Morgan 
Mr. /Mrs. F.A. Ward, Jr. 
Mr. /Mrs. James Harris 
Mr. /Mrs. Paul Dismuke 

Mr. Robert Atwater 

Mr. Martin Sparrow 

Mr. /Mrs. Charles Cook 

Miss Lois King 
Mrs. Ned Smith 
Mr. Robert Gooch 
Mr. Troy W ilk ins 
Mr. J.E. Booth 
Rev. John Caldwell 

Mrs. Betty Simms 
Mrs. Barbara Gilchrist 

Mr. George Ray 

Mr. Everette Lynn 

Mr. Gene Stinnett 

Mr. Carson Moore 



Mr. Horace Adcock 

Mr. Everette Pendergraft 

Mr. /Mrs. Wayne Alford 

Rev. Erwin Dillehay 
Mr. Pete Overton 
Chapel 



2718 Ashe St 27703 596-4471 

804 Angier Ave 27701 682-6408 

P.O. Box 8938 27707 489-8769 

3911 Garrett Rd 27707 489-7209 

14 Folkstone Dr 27704 682-6223 

3546 Cheek Rd 27704 688-2448 
200 Cooper Street 

Chapel Hill 27514 929-4927 

P.O. Box 2051 

Chapel Hill 27514 967-8087 

1925 Ward St. 27707 489-4320 

Jr. 3305 Dixon Rd 27707 489-3509 

2504 E. Geer St 27704 596-7345 

2512 Bullock Dr 27704 688-0245 

4012 Chaucer Dr 27705 477-7687 

3810 Dover Rd 27707 489-5122 

Rt 1 Box 167 27705 489-7567 

3205 Sprunt Ave 27705 383-1218 

424 Belmont St 27703 596-5601 

4212 Hope Vail Rd27707 489-8470 

2406 Sparwood Dr 27705 383-4854 

3800 Hilgrande Cir27705 383-1461 

1906 James St 27707 489-2225 

Rt 4 Box 387-A 27703 596-5185 

3616 S. Alston Ave27713 596-1360 



Rt 6 Box 409 
Chapel Hill 
Rt 6 Box 507 
Chapel Hill 27514 
Fearrington Post 279 
Pittsboro 27312 
2513 Sparger Rd 27705 
4617 Pineda le Dr 27705 
2012 WaWa Ave 
Rt 1 Box 156 
Route 3 Box 240 
415 Highview Dr 
Chapel Hill 
5301 Shady Bluff 



27514 933-3937 



933-7961 

542-2523 
383-1136 
383-4381 
489-3852 
489-2572 
544-2247 



27707 
27705 
27713 

27514 
27704 



1004 Windcrest Dr 27713 

Rt 6 Box 321 27703 

Rt 6 Box 233 27703 

628 Lynn Rd 27703 

2118 Eastwood Rd 27703 



2517 Ardsley Dr 
Rt 5 Box 68 5- A 



27704 
27704 



Rt 1 Box 808 
Hillsborough 27273 
308 Rivermont Rd 27712 
Debonair Circle 27705 



942-4281 
479-0732 
544-4448 

596-7304 
596-8735 
596-8029 
596-8366 



682-1037 
682-0229 



477-8222 
383-2956 
477-3369 



8 



Temple 
Trinity 



University 
Watts Street 

West Durham 
West wood 



Yates 



Mr. /Mrs. Linwood McCullersll2 E 
Mr. Leon High 
Mrs. Dot Hicks 
Miss Irene Ipock 



Mr. P.B. Cole 
Mr. John Cheek 

Mr. Alfred Eakes, Sr. 

Mr. E.C. Sykes, Sr. 

Ms. Mamie van den Berg 

Mrs. Hazel Pickett 



Maynard 27704 

Davis Road 27709 

1308 Ed Cook Rd 27703 

2204 Southern Dr 27703 



2122 Overland Dr 27704 
1414 Kent Street 27707 

1611 Delaware Ave27705 
Rt 5 Box 152 27704 
2836 Chapel Hill Road 
Apt. 14-1 27707 
3308 Chapel Hill 27707 



477-6849 
544-7296 
596-7232 
596-8390 

682-8670 
489-1241 

286-4541 
688-4722 

489-7559 
489-6675 



KEY 



A 


AMHIPP AVPMTTP 


L 




LAKEWOOD 


DU 

on 


RAHA MA 


LG 




LOWES GROVE 


r> 

D 


RPT I <? 


LR 




LEESVILLE ROAD 


RP 

oft 


RPR PA 


LY 




LYSTRA 


BA 


BETHESDA 


MC 




MOUNT CARMEL 


BT 


BRAGG TOWN 


MG 




MOUNT GILEAD 


C 


CALVARY 


MH 




MOUNT HERMON 


CR 


CARRBORO 


MM 




MOUNT MORI AH 


CF 


CEDAR FORK 


MP 




MOUNT PISGAH 


CH 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 


NJ 




NEW JERUSALEM 


CT 


CRESSET 


ND 


NO. 


DURHAM CHAPEL 


DM 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 


OB 




OLIVE BRANCH 


E 


EBENEZER 


PR 




PAGE ROAD 


EG 


EDGEMONT 


PV 




PARK VIEW 


EP 


EPHESUS 


PW 




PARKWOOD 


F 


FAITH 


P 




PLAINVIEW 


FR 


FARRINGTON ROAD 


RM 




RED MOUNTAIN 


FC 


FIELDCREST 


RC 




RIDGECREST 


FI 


FIRST 


RS 




ROSE OF SHARON 


GM 


GORMAN 


SCH 


SOUTHERN BAPTIST 


G 


GRACE 


CHAPEL 


OF CHAPEL HILL 


GRS 


GREY STONE 


T 




TEMPLE 


GR 


GUESS ROAD 


TR 




TRINITY 


HS 


HOLLOWAY STREET 


U 




UNIVERSITY 


HH 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 


ws 




WATTS STREET 


HV 


HOPE VALLEY 


WD 




WEST DURHAM 


I 


I M MANUEL 


WW 




WESTWOOD 


K 


KOREAN MISSION 


Y 




YATES 



9 



1988 - 1989 COMMITTEES 



ANNUAL MEETING 

(90) Rev. Ron Harrison, Chm. 
(89) Rev. Forest Gale, Jr. 
(89) Mrs. Nancy Lass iter 

(91) Rev. Don Chasteen 
(91) Ms. Nancy Lee 

Dr. Ran Whitley, ex-officio 

AUDIT 

(89) Mr. Larry Giles, Chm. 

(90) Mr. Frank Nelson 

(91) Mrs. Betty Ellis 



CAMP 

(90) Mr. George Love, Chm. 

(89) Mrs. Candace Black 

(89) Mr. John A. Long, Jr. 

(90) Mr. David Latta 

(91) Mrs. Lucy Hern don 
(91) 

(91) Mrs. Jean Wright 

Mr. George W. Ray, ex-officio 

CHRISTIAN LIFE 

(91) Mr. John Hallenborg, Chm. 

(89) Mrs. Ruth Couch 

(89) Mrs. Cherry Medlin 

(90) Mr. Bob Wheeler 

(91) Rev. John Caldwell 

CONSTITUTION 

(89) Rev. E. Hugh 0' Shields, Chm. 

(89) Mr. David Lewis 

(90) Mr. Carl Bishop 

(90) Mrs. Betty Long 

(91) Mrs. Chris Ferrell 

DEACONS 

(90) Mr. Eddie Hammett, Chm. 
(89) Mr. Russell Baldwin 
(89) Mrs. Bobbie Smith 

(91) Rev. Bryan Chestnutt 
(91) Mr. Ron Oxendine 

EVANGELISM 

(91) Rev. Rick Hayes, Chm. 

(89) Mr. Stacy A. Riddle 
(89) 

(90) Mrs. Beverly Clark 
(90) Rev. Cameron Ervin 



Rt 5, Box 688 


27704 


P 


682- 


2591 


1003 E. Main St 


27703 


E 


682- 


3251 


3706 Brightwood Ln 


27703 


OB 


682- 


3076 


222 Midland Road 


27712 


RC 


477- 


5426 


Rt 3, Box 366,- ChH 


27516 


U 


968- 


9956 


2703 Holloway St. 


27703 


DM 


596- 


7350 


Box 2051, ChH 


27514 


FR 


967- 


8087 


447 Continental Dr 


27712 


BT 


383- 


7137 


Rt 2 Box 314 










Rouge mont 


27572 


RM 


477- 


3079 


P.O. Box 1355 


27702 


G 


544- 


7622 


4214 Angier Avenue 


27703 


BA 


596- 


4464 


3508 Brightwood Ln 


27703 


DM 


688- 


4794 


2715 Beck Road 


27704 


EG 


682- 


4118 


2406 Sparwood Dr 


27705 




383- 


4854 


2836 ChH Road 18 -H 


27707 


WS 


489- 


5009 


Rt 6, Box 321 


27703 


OB 


596- 


7304 


9 Park Place 


27712 


GRS383- 


1786 


Rt 1 Box 313 










Morrisvi lie 


27560 


CF 


544- 


7014 


2527 Ardsley Dr 


27704 


OB 


688- 


8527 


5607 Ventura Dr 


27712 


FI 


477- 


2452 


r.U. oOX lo4«Jb 


27709 


NJ 


942- 


4281 


1914 S Miami Blvd 


27703 


BA 


596- 


2158 


328 Fleming Dr 


27712 


RS 


383- 


6285 


2630 Pickett Rd 


27705 


Y 


489- 


3875 


5030 Raintree Rd 


27712 




383- 


4482 


1329 tront St D3 


27705 


Y 


383- 


1333 


2674 Hitchcock Dr 


27705 


G 


477- 


3751 


5319 Memory Dr 


27712 


BT 


477- 


3916 


1710 Bedford St 


27707 


L 


489- 


9560 


P.O. Box 3003 


27705 


WS 


688- 


1366 


Route 3 Apex 


27502 


B 


362- 


4439 


2500 Acadia St 


27704 


PV 


477- 


7497 


3232 E. Geer St 


27704 


GM 


688- 


4556 


5822 Wilma St 


27712 


RC 


477- 


0853 


124 Smith Dr 


27712 


BH 


477- 


1809 



10 



FINANCE 

(90) Dr. Frank Zedick, Chm. 
(89) Mr. Edwin B. Clements 
(89) Mrs. Arlene Harris 
(90) 

(91) Mr. Warren El ledge 
(91) Mrs. Rosa Hampton 

(91) Rev. Robert D. Weather ly 
Mr. Billy Judd, ex-officio 

MINISTERIAL CARE 

(89) Mrs. Harriett Jones, Chm. 

(90) Rev. R. Clay Berry 

(90) Dr. Tobie Stone 

(91) Mr. Harvey Craig 
(91) Dr. Clay Warf 

NOMINATIONS 

(90) Mrs. Frances Dorrity, Chm. 

(89) Mrs. Jean Baldwin 

(89) Mr. J. E. Booth 

(90) Mrs. Linda Chandler 

(91) Rev. Don Christian 
(91) Mr. Gus Godwin 
(91) Rev. Everette Smith 

ORDINATIONS 
(90) 

(89) Rev. Michael Berryman 

(89) Rev. Carl Herweyer 

(90) Dr. Deryl Ho Hi day, 

(91) Rev. Crate Jones 

PERSONNEL 

(90) Dr. Jesse Groom, Chm. 

(89) Mrs. Louise Clements 

(90) Mr. Bruce Little 

(91) Dr. Gerald C. Goodwin 
(91) Dr. James I. Murphy 

PUBLIC RELATIONS 

(90) Mr. Richard Isaacs, Chm. 

(89) Ms. Cindy Dorrity 

(90) Mrs. Bess Bush 

(91) Mr. Dan Baird 

(91) Mrs. Anita Harrison 

RADIO & TV 

(89) Rev. Alan Barlow 

(90) Mr. Jay Curatti 
(90) 

(91) Mr. Rupert L. Bynum 
(91) Mr. Bobby R. Royster 



1UU4 in. iviangum bt 


27701 




coo 
boo 


O ( DO 


103 Argonne Dr 


27704 


BT 


477- 


3518 


Rt 4 Box 387-A 


27703 


LR 


596- 


5185 


Rt 7 Box 82 


27707 


EP 


489- 


4803 


1606 Sycamore 


27707 


Y 


489- 


1540 


Rt 7 Box 185-A 


27707 


MM 


489- 


3425 


501 Hugo Street 


27704 


FI 


477- 


3528 


3106 Appling Way 


27709 


FI 


596- 


6619 


Rt 1 Box 389 


27705 


MH 


383- 


2982 


Rt 2 Box 422-A 


27705 


E 


383- 


6668 


229 Hester Rd 


27703 


A 


596- 


1697 


807 W. ChH St 


27701 


T 


688- 


7397 


2306 Gate Hill Dr 


27705 


MH 


383- 


3405 


5319 Memory Dr 


27712 


BT 


477- 


3916 


Rt 3 Box 240 


27713 


MP 


544- 


2247 


2208 Tampa Ave 


27705 


FI 


286- 


0126 


Rt 6 Box 473 ChH 


27514 


MC 


933- 


8565 


o larra ri 


077(17 
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A Q ft- 

4oy 


1 CTO 

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2100 ChH Road 


27707 


L 


489- 


2537 


1415 Holloway St 


27703 


HS 


688- 


4711 


P.O. Box 15022 


27704 


BT 


477- 


6440 


4007 Holt School Rd 27704 


HH 


477- 


3859 


3106 Appling Way 


27709 


Fi 


596- 


6619 


PO Box 156 Carrboro27510 


CR 


967- 


3056 


3205 Sprunt Ave 


27705 


GRS383- 


1218 


3707 Esther Dr 


27703 


BA 


596- 


7750 


2703 Holloway St 


27703 


DM 


596- 


7350 


6900 Garrett Rd 


27707 


HV 


493- 


1809 


P.O. Box 15597 


27704 


G 






2306 Gate Hill Dr 


27705 


MH 


383- 


3405 


919 Torredge Rd 


27712 


HH 


471- 


3973 


Rt 7 Box 185-A 


27707 


MM 


439- 


•3425 


8 Steeple Chase Ct 


27713 


Y 


493- 


2173 


Rt 4 Box 387-B 


27703 


LR 


596- 


4508 


2920 ChH Rd 67C 


27707 


FI 


439- 


■8684 


Rt 4 Box 254 










Pittsboro 


27312 


MG 


542- 


•4198 


58 White Oak Tr ChH27514 


MC 


933- 


•0768 



11 



STEWARDSHIP 

(89) Dr. Jerry Harper, Sr., Chm. 

(90) Mrs. Beverly Green 

(91) Rev. Raymond Johns 



Rt 1 Box 389 27705 
1412 N Mangum St 27701 
3573 Hillsbor. Rd 27705 



MH 383-2982 
G 682-0012 
I 383-1422 



TRUSTEES 

(89) Mr. Talmadge Lassiter, Chm. 3751 Hermine St 27705 GRS 477-4230 

(90) Mr. Travis Clements 3205 Sprunt Ave 27705 GRS 383-1218 

(91) Mr. O.C. Mitchell 838 Glenco Rd ' 27703 PR 596-2403 



YOUTH ADVISORY 

(91) Rev. Michael Shumate, Chm. 

(89) Rev. Woody Massey 

(89) Mr. Steve Parker 

(89) Rev. Truett Williams 

(90) Rev. Brian Allen 

(90) Dr. Robert Wortham 

(91) Mr. Marc Francis 



Rt 1 Box 229 

Morrisville 27560 CF 941-5124 

4700 Ephesus Ch Rd 27707 EP 439-4483 

1415 Holloway St 27703 HS 688-4711 

4007 Holt Sch Rd 27704 HH 477-3859 

807 W. ChH St 27701 T 286-7868 

P.O. Box 15022 27704 BT 477-6440 

1914 S Miami Blvd 27703 BA 596-2158 



12 



SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERS 



Director 



Rev. Raymond Johns 3573 Hillsb Rd 



27705 I 383-1422 



(Associationa 
General Officers 
Growth Spiral 
Outreach 
Small Church 
VBS Director 
Adult 



Youth 

Children 

Preschool 



ASSIST 

Sunday School Improvement Support Team) 
Rev. Ron Harrison Rt 5, Box 688 



Rev. Fred Williams 
Mrs. Darlene Harrill 
Mr. Eddie Hammett 
Rev. Shirley Massey 
Mr. Steve Parker 
Mrs. Paula Setzer 
Mrs. Irene Bagwell 
Mrs. Linda Chandler 



27704 P 882-2591 



123 Olive Branch Rd 27703 OB 596-8907 

429 Idlewood St. 27703 HS 688-7397 

1004 N Mangum St 27701 G 688-6765 

4700 Ephesus Ch Rd 27707 EP 489-4483 

1415 Holloway St 27703 HS 688-4711 

503 Lyons Ln ChHill 27514 CR 929-3690 

414 Cleveland St 27701 FI 688-7308 

2208 Tampa Ave 27705 FI 286-0126 



CHURCH TRAINING OFFICERS 



Director 


Mrs. Ginger Stanhope 


1706 Stacy Dr 


27712 


DM 


477- 


0898 


Adult 
















Youth 


Rev. 


Michael Shumate 901 Grand View Dr 


27703 


CF 


596- 


1237 


Children 


Mrs. 


Edith Shumate 


901 Grand View Dr 


27703 


CF 


596- 


1237 


Preschoo 1 


Mrs. 


Darlene Harrill 


429 Idlewood St 


27703 


HS 


596- 


3031 


Equipping Center 
















MasterLif e 


Mr. 


Eddie Hammett 


1004 N Mangum St 


27701 


G 


688- 


6765 


New Mem Survival 


Rev. 


Bob Weatherly 


Rt 7, Box 18 5- A 


27707 


MM 


489- 


3425 






BROTHERHOOD OFFICERS 










Director 


Rev. 


Donald L. Bowden4424 S Alston Ave 


27713 


LG 


544- 


5099 


Baptist Men 


Mr. 


Larry Bumgardner 


1203 N Gregson St 


27701 


T 


682- 


6466 


High School Baptist 














Young Men 


Mr. 


Robert Thompson 


5608 McCormick Rd 


27713 


HV 


544- 


5641 


Royal Ambassadors Mrs. 


Candace Black 


4214 Angier Ave 


27703 


BA 


596- 


4464 


Prayer Group 


Rev. 


Donald Bowden 


4424 S Alston Ave 


27713 


LG 


544- 


5099 


Sports Group 


Mr. 


S. Eric Kyles 


6310 Garrett Rd 


27707 


HV 


493- 


1384 


Work Projects 


Mr. 


Andrew Revill 


Winkler Rd 


27712 


RS 


477- 


5119 






MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 










Chairman 


Rev. 


Rich Erwin 


PO Box 156 Carrboro27510 


CR 


967- 


3056 


Vice -Chairperson 


Ms. 


Joy Maddrey 


2626 Hitchcock Dr 


27705 


T 


471- 


8087 






SUBCOMMITTEES 














COMMUNITY 


MINISTRIES 










Chairman 


Ms. 


Joy Maddrey 


2626 Hitchcock Dr 


27705 


WS 


471- 


8087 




Ms. 


Pam Bearden 


1901 Wagoner St 


27705 


GRS 


286- 


7916 




Ms. 


Betsy Brink ley 


Rt 7 Mt Mori ah Rd 


27707 


MM 


489- 


3648 




Mrs. 


Irene Caldwell 


415 Highview Dr ChH27514 


NJ 


942- 


4281 




Ms. 


Nancy Mis hue 


Rt 5 Box 459- B 


27704 


P 


688- 


9532 




Ms. 


Brenda Riley 


610 Saddle Ridge 


27704 


NJ 


471- 


4513 




Rev 


Fred Williams 


123 Olive Branch Rd 27703 


OB 


596- 


0331 



13 



INTERFAITH WITNESS- LANGUAGE MISSIONS 

Chairman 

Rev. Harold Craig 807 W ChH St 27701 T 688-7397 

Mr. Rich Erwin PO Box 156 Carrboro27510 CR 967-3056 

Rev. A.D. Frazier 4214 Lumley Rd 27712 RC 596-7017 



Chairman 



STUDENT MINISTRIES 
Rev. Nancy Lee PO Box 508 ChH 27514 

Ms. Pam Bearden 1901 Wagoner St 27705 

Mrs. Cathy Clark Rt 1 Box 828 Hillsb 27278 

Mr. Alonzo Mont go me ry5 104 Partridge St 27704 
Mr. Ken Throckmorton Rt 7 Box 185- A 



U 942-2157 
GRS 286-7916 
PV 477-3762 
NJ 471-6323 
27707 MM 489-3425 



Chairman 



CHURCH EXTENSION 



Mr. 


Thomas C. Ellis 


3210 


Sherbon Dr 


27707 


FI 


688- 


7308 


Mr. 


Jim Hobart 


5114 


Troon Ln 


27712 


RC 


383- 


9658 


Mrs. 


Carolyn Millard 


160 


Kimball Dr 


27712 


GRS 383- 


8924 


Rev. 


Julian Motley 


3315 


E Geer St 


27704 


GM 


688- 


3947 


Mrs. 


Carol Roycroft 


3428 


Randolph Rd 


27705 


CT 


489- 


3079 



Chairman 



BLACK CHURCH RELATIONS 



Mrs. Irene Caldwell 

Mrs. Linda Bow den 

Mrs. Harold Cobb, Sr 

Rev. Raymond Johns 



415 Highview Dr ChH27514 NJ 942-4281 

4424 S Alston Ave 27713 LG 544-5099 

912 Brandon Rd 27713 WD 490-1042 

3573 Hillsb Rd 27705 I 383-1422 



Chairman 



CHAPLAINCY 
Mr. Alonzo Montgomery 5 104 Partridge St 
Mrs. Sheila Echols 3111 Umstead Rd 
Rev. Lee Harris Rt 4 Bx 395 

Pittsboro 

Ms. Joy Maddrey 



2626 Hitchcock Dr 



27704 
27712 



27312 
27705 



NJ 
E 



471-6323 
383-8924 



MG 542-2431 
WS 471-8087 



Rev. Shirley Massey 4700 Ephesus Ch Rd 27707 EP 489-4483 



Chairman 



SPECIAL MISSION PROJECTS 
Mr. Dick Choriey PO Box 3003 27705 WS 688-1366 

Mrs. Irene Caldwell 415 Highview Dr ChH27514 NJ 942-4281 



Brotherhood Mission 

Action Director Mr. Larry Bumgardner 1203 N Gregson St 27701 
WMU Mission Action 

Director 



Mrs. Audrey Gordon 3904 E Geer St 
MUSIC COUNCIL 



T 682-6466 
27704 GM 688-7945 



Director 



Dr. Ran Whitley 


2703 


Hollo way St 


27703 


DM 


596- 


•7350 


Mr. Randy Clark 


1204 


Lynn Rd 


27704 


C 


596- 


2592 


Rev. Chris Gaynor 


4007 


Holt Sch Rd 


27704 


HH 


477- 


•3859 


Mr. Herbert Gray 


3315 


E Geer St 


27704 


GM 


688- 


•3947 


Rev. Pattie Lingafelt 4430 


S Alston Ave 


27713 


LG 


544- 


•1888 


Mr. Burke Raper 


1004 


N Mangum St 


27707 


G 


688- 


-6765 


Rev. Ted Reed 


2819 


ChH Rd 


27707 


Y 


489- 


•2309 



14 



TACMO OFFICERS 



Director 


Mrs. 


Clara Crabtree 


Rt 2 Box 347A 
















Bahama 


27503 


BT 


477- 


4521 


Assoc. Director 


Mrs. 


Patricia Coghill 


508 Parkview Dr 


27712 


GR 


477- 


6921 


Media Education 


Mrs. 


Lily Yu 


4801 Berini Dr 


27705 


GRS383- 


0134 


Technical Proc. 


Mrs. 


Janie Clements 


PO Box 195 Bahama 


27503 


RC 


477- 


3484 


Program Chairman 


Mrs. 


Thelma George 


907 Torredge Rd 


27712 


PV 


477- 


6902 


Secretary 


Mrs. 


Audrey Harrell 


410 Ar go nne Dr 


27704 


PV 


477- 


oooU 


Association Libr. 


Mrs. 


Clara Crabtree 


Rt 2 Box 347A 
















Bahama 


27503 


BT 


477- 


4521 




WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OFFICERS 










Director 


Mrs. 


Sandy Harrison 


Rt 5 Box 688 


27704 


P 


682- 


2736 


Baptist Women 


Mrs. 


Dorothy Hicks 


1308 Ed Cook Rd 


27703 


TR 


596- 


7232 


Asst. Bapt. Women 


Mrs. 


Nancy Lassiter 


3706 Brightwood Ln 


27703 


OB 


682- 


3076 


Bapt. Young WomenMs. 


Sheila Durham 


1213 N Miami Blvd 


27703 


HS 


682- 


7824 


Assistant BYW 


Ms. 


Brenda Carden 


3608 Gibson 


27703 


OB 


596- 


8442 


Acteens 


Mrs. 


Carol Roycroft 


3428 Randolph Rd 


27705 


CT 


489- 


3079 


Asst. Acteens 


Mrs. 


Cathy Sawaya 


129 Andrews Apt 9-B27705 


OB 


382- 


0017 


Girls in Action 


Mrs. 


Nora Whitley 


2717 Holloway St 


27703 


DM 


596- 


6387 


Assistant GA 


Mrs. 


Wanda Jones 


2512 Bullock Dr 


27704 


GM 


688- 


0245 


Mission Friends 


Ms. 


Mary Taylor 


2502 Albany St 


27705 


DM 


471- 


6935 


Asst. Mission Fr. 


Mrs. Guynell Clary 


8035 Lowell Valley 


Rd 














Bahama 


27503 


E 


471- 


3369 


Mission Action/ 
















Personal Witness 


Mrs. 


Audrey Gordon 


3904 E Geer St 


27704 


Kj 1VI 


boo 


7945 


Sec/ Treas/ Hist 


Mrs. 


Peggy Rhodes 


2637 Kirk Rd 


Z ( ( UO 


GR 


477- 


8188 


En lis t / En la rge me nt 


Mrs. 


Cathy Greene 


68 Stonewall Rd 


27704 


FI 


477- 


4976 


Group I Leader 


Mrs. 


Frances Dorrity 


2306 Gate Hill Dr 




MH 


383- 


3405 


Group II Leader 


Mrs. 


Ethel Arnold 


2103 LaFayette St 


27707 


L 


489- 


1 c on 


Group III Leader 


Mrs. 


Arlene Harris 


Rt 4 Box 337-A 


27703 


LR 


596- 


5185 


Group IV Leader 


Mrs. 


Cathy Greene 


68 Stonewall Rd 


27704 


FI 


477- 


4976 






SINGLES 30-50 










Pres ident 


Ms. Sheila Durham 


1213 N Miami Blvd 


27703 


HS 


682- 


7824 


Vice President/ 
















Program Chairman 


Ms. 


Gloria Welch 


202 W Rockway Ave 


27704 


B 


477- 


3336 


Program Chair/Sec/ 














Treasurer 


Ms. 


Ida Morgan 


5623 Bonnie Dr 


27707 


RC 


477- 


6715 






SINGLES 


OVER 50 










President 


Mrs. 


Darlene Harrill 


420 Idlewood St 


27703 


HS 


596- 


3031 


Vice President 


Ms. 


Pearl Sears 


107 S Maple St 


27703 


A 


596- 


6155 


Secretary 


Ms. 


Rosa Moody 












Treasurer 


Ms. 


Ha Hie McGhee 


3328 ChH Rd 


27707 


GRS489- 


2471 


Program Chairman 


Mrs. 


Helen Mumford 


1108 Raynor St 


27703 


EG 


682- 


2465 


Activities Ldr. 


Ms. 


Arlene Green 
















SENIOR 


ADULTS 










President 


Mrs. 


Margaret Rhodes 


3305 Dixon Rd 


27707 


FI 


489- 


3509 


1st Vice Pres. 


Mrs. 


Martha Rowland 


204 Raynor St 


27703 


A 


596- 


5581 


2nd Vice Pres./ 
















Program Chair. 


Mr. 


Floyd Rhodes, Jr. 


3305 Dixon Rd 


27707 


FI 


489- 


3509 


Secretary 


Ms. 


Helen Sears 


4213 Hope Valley Rd27707 


HV 


478- 


9729 


Treasurer 


Mrs. 


Maybe lie Husketh3849 Shoccorree Dr 


27705 


A 


383- 


4633 



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19 

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Conf .-9:30a.m.- 
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Resairce Ctr 


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Thanksgiving 
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DEC. 1-7 


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Mission 
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OFFICE CLOSED 


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Youth Directors 
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Youth Advisory 
Council 


12 

Ministers 1 
Conference 


5 

Week of Praye 


NOW 


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OFFICE CLOSED 


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Durham 
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Assoc . 

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17 

7:00 Missions 
Dev. Prog. 


CSJ 


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EXECUTIVE 
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Deacon Workshop 
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2 

OFFICE CLOSED 




9 

Ministers ' 
Conference 


16 

Youth Advisory 
Council 

6:30 Quarterly 
Brotherhood Mt£ 


23 

Home Mission 
Study Institute 


30 

SENIOR ADVISOR 1 


SUN 


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New Year's 
Day 


8 

Witness 
Commitment 
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15 

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Sunday 


22 WMU 

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CONSTITUTION 



Revised 1983, 1985, 1987 
ARTICLE I. NAME 

This body shall be known as the Yates Baptist Association of North Carolina. 

ARTICLE II. PURPOSE 
The purpose of this Association shall be to provide a convenient and orderly 
means for the extension of the ministry of the cooperating Baptist churches in 
Durham County and portions of Chatham and Orange counties which support the 
programs of the Baptist State Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

ARTICLE III. ARTICLES OF FAITH 
The confession of faith of this Association shall be the "Baptist Faith and 
Message" with its five-point statement of the historic Baptist conception of the 
nature and function of confessions of faith in our religious and denominational 
life as adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention in 1963 at Kansas City. 

(Five-point Statement from the "Baptist Faith and Message") 

(1) That they constitute a consensus of opinion of some Baptist body, large 
or small, for the general instruction and guidance of our own people and others 
concerning those articles of the Christian faith which are most surely held among 
us. They are not intended to add anything to the simple conditions of the 
salvation revealed in the New Testament, viz, repentance towards God and faith in 
Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. 

(2) That we do not regard them as complete statements of our faith, having 
any quality of finality or infallibility. As in the past, so in the future 
Baptist should hold themselves free to revise their statements of faith as may 
seem to them wise and expedient at any time. 

(3) That any group of Baptists, large or small, have the inherent right to 
draw up for themselves and publish to the world a confession of their faith 
whenever they may think it advisable to do so. 

(4) That the sole authority for faith and practice among Baptists is the 
Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments. Confessions are only guides in 
interpretation, having no authority over the conscience. 

(5) That they are statements of religious convictions, drawn from the 
Scriptures, and are not to be used to hamper freedom of thought or investigation 
in other realms of life. 

ARTICLE IV. MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1. This Association in session shall be composed of duly elected 
messengers from cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County and portions of 
Chatham and Orange counties and the regular elected officers of the Association 
and members of the Associational Board which are in agreement with the purpose 
as stated in Article II. When not in session this Association shall be comprised 
of its member churches which shall elect members to the Associational Board in 
accordance to Article X. 

Section 2. Each church shall be represented at the annual meeting of the 
Association and at any special meeting during the year by messengers who shall be 
duly elected in the following ratio: 

(1) Three for the first hundred members or fraction thereof, and one for 
each additional hundred or fraction thereof, provided that the total number of 
messengers shall not exceed ten. 

(2) All pastors of churches of the Association shall be recognized as 
messengers, in addition to those specified above. 



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Section 3. Only individuals who are baptized (immersed) believers and 
members of churches of this Association shall be seated as voting messengers at 
any Associational meeting. 

Section 4. Churches seeking to seat messengers in the Association shall 
apply to the Missions Committee prior to the annual meeting of the Association, 
giving evidence of their faith and order and their agreement to be received 
under watchcare of the Association. Upon recommendation of the committee and 
approval of the Association by a two-thirds majority of the members present and 
voting, the church or churches shall be received under the watchcare of the 
Association for a period of one year. It is understood that during the period 
of watchcare of the Association such churches will be accorded all the services 
of the Association and all its privileges with the exception of the right to 
seat voting messengers and to voting representation on the Associational Board. 
At the end of the year of watchcare, the church or churches may, by a two-thirds 
vote of the Association, be received into full fellowship of the Association or 
continue under watchcare or have the request for fellowship rejected. Upon 
admission to full fellowship, the church or churches shall be authorized to seat 
duly elected messengers with voting privileges and voting members on the Associa- 
tional Board. 

Section 5. The Association shall have the power, upon giving notice of nine 
months and by two-thirds majority vote of messengers present and voting, to 
withdraw fellowship from any church that shall willfully depart from orthodox 
principles of the Christian religion as taught in the Bible and as believed by 
Baptists or that fails to represent itself either by messenger or letter at the 
annual session of the Association without sufficient reason, or that fails to 
support causes fostered by the denomination at large and of this Association in 
particular, or that ceases to be missionary in practice. 

Section 6. Any church may decline to send messengers to the Association at 
its pleasure. Whenever this constitutes a withdrawal of fellowship on the part 
of the church, the Association shall not as a body, or through a representative 
or representatives, seek to restrain by coercion or law the withdrawal action of 
the church. 

ARTICLE V. POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 
The Association, when convened in meeting, shall sit as advisory council, 
and shall have no power to infringe on any of the internal rights of the 
churches; it may advise with cooperating churches and recommend measures of 
usefulness for their adoption, and may claim for itself, its objects, and its 
recommendations the highest consideration. 

ARTICLE VI. ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE CHURCHES 
Each cooperating church shall send annually to the Association a report on 
the Associational Letter which is provided. Only persons who have been baptized 
by immersion may be reported as members on these reports. Said report shall 
reach the Associational Clerk at least 10 days prior to the annual meeting. 

ARTICLE VII. MEETINGS 
Section 1. The Association shall convene annually during the week after the 
fourth Sunday in October, and may meet with different churches on the two 
successive days. 

Section 2. The time of the annual meeting may be changed, or special 
meetings called by the Associational Board upon two weeks notice to the co- 
operating churches. 

ARTICLE VIII. FISCAL YEAR 
The fiscal year of the Association shall begin on January first and end on 
December thirty-first of each year. 



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ARTICLE IX. OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES 
Section 1. The officers of the Association shall be a Moderator, Vice 
Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, and such others as may be author- 
ized by the Association. 

Section 2. All officers shall be members of a church affiliated with the 
Association. 

Section 3. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion shall hold any 
position within the Associational organization. 

Section 4. The officers shall be elected at the annual meeting of the 
Association, and these shall assume their duties at the close of the annual 
meeting during which they are elected and continue until their successors are 
elected and installed, unless removed for cause. The Moderator and Vice Modera- 
tor shall not serve more than two years in succession in their respective 
positions. The Clerk and Treasurer may not serve more than three years in 
succession. The Parliamentarian is appointed annually by the Moderator. 

Section 5. The Moderator shall preside over the annual meeting of the 
Association and begin each session punctually. He shall appoint such committees 
as may be authorized by the Constitution, or the Association, enforce the rules, 
preserve order, and exercise all prerogatives of a presiding officer according 
to parliamentary usage, and serve as chairman of the Associational Board, and ex 
officio member of all standing committees. 

Section 6. The Vice Moderator shall discharge the duties of the Moderator 
in his absence. 

Section 7. The Clerk shall keep a record of the proceedings of the Associa- 
tion, superintend the printing and distribution of the Minutes, keep on file the 
printed Minutes and other important papers of the Association. He shall act as 
secretary of the Associational Board. The Clerk shall be entitled to compensa- 
tion which shall be fixed by the Association. He shall obtain and edit the 
histories of two churches each year to be included in the Minutes, and shall 
maintain an up-to-date history of the Association. 

Section 8. The Treasurer shall receive all monies contributed to the 
Association, and shall make disbursements as authorized by the Association 
and/or the Associational Board and shall make regular reports to the Associa- 
tional Board and an annual report to the Association. 

Section 9» The Parliamentarian shall advise the Moderator on matters of 
rules or order and procedure at the annual sessions and the Associational Board 
meetings. 

Section 10. There shall be three trustees, one elected each year for a 
three-year term, who shall be the representatives of the Association in legal 
matters, and shall perform such other duties as the Association or Associational 
Board may prescribe. 

ARTICLE X. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

Section 1. The Associational Board shall consist of the general officers, 
the leaders of the Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, 
Brotherhood, Missions Development, Music, The Associational Church Media Organi- 
zation, the Chairmen of the Standing Committees, the Director of Missions, each 
active pastor and two lay members elected from each member church. The names of 
the lay members shall be duly certified by notifying the Associational Clerk. 

The Associational Directors of Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's 
Missionary Union, Brotherhood, Missions Development, Music and TACMO are elected 
for a four-year term and are eligible for re-election. 

Section 2. The Associational Board shall act for the Association in the 
interim between the annual sessions. it shall carry out the policies and will 
of the Association as so expressed. It shall meet as often as it may elect for 
the effectual performance of its duties. It shall have the power to fill 
vacancies among the officers, committees, and organizational workers of the 
Association and committees of the Associational Board that may occur during the 



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year. It shall make a full and complete report of its work at each annual 
meeting of the Association. 

Section 3. The Associational Board shall have an administrative arm known 
as the Executive Committee, chaired by the Moderator and composed of the Modera- 
tor, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Chairman of Trustees, 
Chairmen of Audit, Camp, Constitution, Finance, Public Relations, Nominations, 
Personnel and Radio & TV committees, two pastors at large, and the Director of 
Missions. 

This committee shall meet periodically between sessions of the Associational 
Board, to handle administrative details with the Director of Missions, interpret 
policy as needed by the Director of Missions, and strive for a smooth operation 
of the Associational Program. 

This committee shall employ, with the approval of the Board of the Associa- 
tion, a Director of Missions and shall exercise general supervision of his work. 
The committee shall perform such other duties and services as the Board or 
Association may direct. 

Section 4. The Associational Board shall have a programming arm known as 
the Associational Council, chaired by the Director of Missions and consisting of 
Directors of Sunday School, Church Training, Music, Woman's Missionary Union, 
Brotherhood, Missions Development, Evangelism, Stewardship, TACMO, Youth, 
Christian Life, Seminary Extension, Deacons, and Ministerial Care. 

This Council shall meet quarterly to correlate the activities, programs and 
emphases of the various organizations, plan a tentative calendar to be approved 
by the May Board Meeting and by the annual session of the Association. 

This Council keeps individual programming in perspective by keeping sight 
of the whole program, purpose, and goals of the association. The Council 
provides the means whereby the association can have a comprehensive, well-bal- 
anced program, custom-designed to reflect the goals and priorities of the 
Association. 

BYLAWS 

ARTICLE I. COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

Members of the committees shall be selected from the membership of those 
churches cooperating with the Association and shall serve a term of three years. 
All standing committees of the Association shall have one-third of its members 
rotating off each year and persons serving less than one and one-half years 
shall have the opportunity to be renominated to serve a full term. A period of 
one year must elapse before an individual can serve on the same committee again. 
A church should not be represented more than once on a standing committee at any 
given time. Every church in the Association should be represented on at least 
one committee of the Association. 

The Moderator and the Director of Missions shall be ex officio members of 
all standing committees. 

Section 1. THE ANNUAL MEETING COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to arrange the program for the annual meeting. It shall 
be the duty of this committee to receive or solicit invitations for the place of 
meeting of the annual session for the following year. it shall also recommend 
to the Association in annual meeting a place(s) of meeting(s), along with a 
preacher and alternate for the sermon, for the following year. The Music 
Director shall serve as ex officio. 

Section 2. THE CAMP COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members whose 
duty it shall be to direct the development and use of the property with the 
advise and consent of the Associational Board. It shall be the duty of this 
committee to submit a name annually to the Nominations Committee for the position 
of Camp Director. 



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Section 3. THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE shall be corrposed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to make use of material and programs suggested by the 
Christian Life Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention and the Christian 
Life and Public Affairs Council of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina 
and other available means to encourage high standards of Christian living in the 
local churches and their communities. The presidents of Singles 30-50, Singles 
Over 50, and Senior Adults shall serve as ex officio members of the committee. 

Section 4. THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be. composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to study and recommend changes in the constitution and 
bring reports as necessary to the Association. 

Section 5. THE DEACONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members whose 
duty it shall be to plan and carry out meetings and activities for the informa- 
tion and inspiration of deacons. 

Section 6. THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to encourage evangelism in the churches, including the 
enlistment and training of laymen in witnessing, to initiate and carry out 
Association evangelism efforts, to cooperate with area crusades when feasible, 
and to utilize the full resources of the Association by coordinating its efforts 
with other Association committees and organizations in their evangelistic 
outreach knowing that Christ saves the whole man to a whole life of discipleship. 

Section 7. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members. The 
Treasurer shall serve as an ex officio member. 

This committee shall present a tentative budget at the annual meeting, 
representing a definite budget at the February Board meeting and devise plans 
for raising the budget. it shall also review applications from churches for 
State Missions funds for presentation to the Associational Board as requested by 
the Missions Committee. 

Section 8. THE MINISTERIAL CARE COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members to facilitate support groups for pastors, church staff and spouses. This 
committee will also seek to assist churches in development of special ministries, 
and church administration services. 

It shall also serve as a referral, conduct special projects and activities 
which will minister to needs of people. 

The committee shall also assist churches in determining adequate financial 
support and benefits for ministers. 

Section 9. THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, 
whose duty it shall be to present nominations to the Association for all general 
officers and committeemen (except the Director of Missions as heretofore pro- 
vided). 

This committee shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Board for 
approval and to the Association for election, the officers of Brotherhood, 
Sunday SchooL Woman's Missionary Union, Church Training, Music CounciL Missions 
Development, and Library organizations (TACMO). This committee will receive 
from the seven organizational committees and present for approval at the February 
Board meeting the names of nominees for leadership. 

Following the same procedure, the remaining officers of the seven organiza- 
tions shall be presented for approval to the May Board meeting. The names of 
all general organizational officers shall be presented to the Association for 
e lection. 

It shall also present nominations to the Associational Board to fill any 
vacancy in the offices for which it nominates to the Association. 

Section 10. THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
who shall act in an advisory capacity for churches or for ministerial students 
seeking counsel concerning ordination. The committee shall assist in the 
examination of candidates for the ministry only after their call to some specific 
position in Christian service, and shall refrain from announcing the date for 
ordination until after approval of the candidate. 



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Section 11. THE PERSONNEL COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
elected for a three-year term with one member rotating off the committee each 
year. it shall be the duty of this committee to suggest policies relating to 
holidays, sick leave, vacation, and other benefits for all paid employees. They 
shall prepare and update as necessary job descriptions for all staff personnel. 
In full cooperation with the Director of Missions, recruit, interview, and 
recommend to the Executive Committee employment of all new staff personnel. 
I Before June of each year have at least one evaluation session with each employee 
in line with Job Description, and hear suggestions from the employee for im- 
proving the work or relationships which have already been discussed. Develop 
and recommend salaries and benefits for employed staff personnel to the Execu- 
tive Committee to recommend to the Finance Committee. Develop and recommend to 
the Executive Committee policies and procedures for paid and volunteer staff 
personnel administration. 

Section 12. THE PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members, whose duty it shall be to build the image of the Association by the 
development of appropriate information/communication vehicles in the churches 
and community. It shall also promote the annual observance of Associational 
Emphasis Week (May) in the churches of the Association. 

Section 13. THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members whose duty it shall be to work with local stations in securing of time, 
to promote programs of religious and denominational interest, and to encourage 
the churches to use the media of radio and television with particular attention 
to ACTS (American Christian Television System, Inc.) and BTN (Baptist Telecom- 
munications Network). 

Section 14. THE STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members, 
whose duty it shall be to encourage and stimulate when possible the offerings 
from the individual churches to State, Home, and Foreign Missions as well as the 
Cooperative Program, to urge the churches to undergird their church staff 
members through the Annuity Board retirement plans, to promote tithing by 
individual church members, and to encourage the members of the churches to be 
Christian stewards of their possessions after death through wills and bequests to 
denominational objects. 

Section 15. THE YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members, whose duty it shall be to provide or sponsor periodic events or emphases 
for or with the youth of the churches. 

Section 16. THE AUDIT COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members who 
shall be responsible for the auditing of the Treasurer's records and the presen- 
tation of an annual auditor's report to the Association. The Audit Committee 
need not perform the audit themselves but may arrange for the audit by profes- 
sionally trained accountants. The members of the committee shall be elected 
each year on a rotating basis. 

ARTICLE II. RULES OF ORDER 
The following rules shall govern deliberations in the meetings of the 
Association and Associational Board. 

(1) The official transaction of business in all regular meetings of the 
Association and Associational Board shall be by the affirmative majority vote of 
members present and voting, except in matters relating to the Constitution, or 
withdrawing fellowship from any cooperating church, and of seating messengers 
from those churches desiring to cooperate with the Association. In called 
meetings of the Association and the Associational Board a number representing a 
majority of the cooperating churches shall be necessary to constitute a quorum. 

(2) A messenger wishing to speak shall rise and address the presiding 
officer. He shall confine himself strictly under the consideration and shall 
avoid all personalities. No messenger shall speak more than twice on the same 
subject without special permission. 



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(3) All motions seconded shall be definitely stated by the presiding 
officer, or at his request read by the Clerk before the vote is taken. 

(4) The order of business of the annual meeting shall be recommended by 
the Annual Meeting Committee as soon as possible during the first session. When 
adopted this report shall become the program and cannot be changed except by 
vote of the Association. 

(5) All questions of order shall be decided on the basis of the most 
recent edition of Robert's Rules of Order. 

ARTICLE III. ADVISORY TO THE BOARD 
The members of the State General Board from this Association and the Bap- 
tist Student Union chaplains of the educational institutions within the area of 
the Association shall be invited to sit with the board in an advisory capacity. 

ARTICLE IV. AMENDMENTS 

The Bylaws may be amended by a majority of those present and voting at any 
annual meeting of the Association. 

This Constitution may be revised at any Annual Session of the Association 
upon affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members present and voting, provided 
the proposed revisions shall have been presented in writing to the Associational 
Board prior to the Annual Meeting, then presented to the Association on the first 
day of the Annual Meeting with the approval vote being taken on the second day. 



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YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

FORTIETH ANNUAL SESSION 
OCTOBER 24 & 25, 1988 




MODERATOR 

VICE MODERATOR 

PROGRAM CHAIRMAN 

MUSIC DIRECTOR 

DIRECTOR OF CHURCH AND 

COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 



FRANK SHIPP 
ERNEST H. FERRELL 
MARY ZEDICK 
H. RAN WHITLEY 

FAYE 0. BASSETT 



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MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 24, 1988 
CARRBORO BAPTIST CHURCH 

YATES ASSOCIATION: MISSIONARY AT HEART 



7:00 



7:15 
7:30 



7:35 
8:00 



8:15 



Organ Prelude < 
Call to Order 

Annual Meeting Committee Report 
Hynn 50 "Blessed Be The Name of The Lord 
Greetings & Prayer 

Recognition of New Pastors & Staff Persons 
Introduction of Speaker 
Special Music 
Inspirational Message 
Hymn 157 "At the Cross" 

Special Remarks 



Frank Shipp 
Mary Zedick 
Wesley 
Jesse Croom 
Frank Shipp 
Sandra Harrison 
Ken & Deborah Richardson 
Carolyn Weatherford 
Watts 

Talmadge H. Lass iter 



Director of Church & Community Ministries Report 



Concert 



Faye Oakley Bassett 
Yates Association Youth Choir 



POSITIVE I.D. 
(Youth Musical by Nan Allen, 
Dennis Allen & Tom Fettke) 



9:00 



Benedict ion 



OUR THANKS to the following churches who provided the luncheon for this year's 
annual meeting: Braggtown, Carrboro, Ebenezer, Grey Stone, Guess Road, ImmanueL 
Mt. Hermon, Mt. Moriah, Rose of Sharon, Watts Street, West Durham, and Westwood. 



MESSENGERS: PLEASE REGISTER ONLY ONCE 



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TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1988 
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

YATES ASSOCIATION: MISSIONARY AT HEART 



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9:15 



10:40 
11:00 



11:30 



Organ Prelude 
Call to Order 

Hymn 137 "Praise Him! Praise Him!" 

Greetings & Prayer 

Sunday School Report 

Church Training Report 

Music Committee Report 

WMU Report 

Brotherhood Report 

Missions Development Program Report 
Camp Committee Report 
Baptist Student Ministries Report 
Executive Committee Report 
Personnel Committee Report 
General Board Report 
Audit Committee Report 
Finance Committee Report 
Nominations Committee Report 
Annual Meeting Committee Report 
Evangelism Committee Report 
Special Music 

Hymn 279 "He Lives!" 

Introduction of Speaker 

Inspirational Message "Born of Missions" 
Benediction & Blessing 



Ernest Ferrell 
Crosby 
Crate H. Jones 
Fred M. Williams, III 
Ginger Stanhope 
H. Ran Whitley 
Sandra Harrison 
Donald L. Bow den, Jr. 

Rich Erwin 
George Love 
Robert Phillips 
Frank Shipp 
A.C. Sorrell 
Crate H. Jones 
Warren El ledge 
Don Christian 
Robert C. At water 
Mary Zedick 
Richard T. Hayes 
Jay Steelmon 
Ack ley 
George Ray 
R. Oren Bradley 



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TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 25, 1988 
GORMAN BAPTIST CHURCH 

YATES ASSOCIATION: MISSIONARY AT HEART 



7:00 



7:15 



8:00 



3:30 



Organ Prelude * 
Call to Order 

Hymn 256 "I Stand Amazed in the Presence' 
Greetings & Prayer 
Drama 



Frank Shipp 
Gabriel 
Julian M. Motley 



Written by: Crate & Harriett Jones 
"Remembering Forty Years" 
(Harriett Jones, Crate Jones, M. Clay Warf) 
Introduction of Speaker James I. Murphy 

Scripture Hebrews 4 Emory McMillan Bare 



Anthem 

Annual Sermon 



University Baptist Church Choir 
Thomas W. Downing, Jr. 



9:00 



"The Real Jesus" 
Hymn 375 "I Am Thine, Lord" 

Registration 
Miscellaneous Business 
Special Awards 

Lay Leader of the Year 

Minister of the Year 

Church of the Year 
Hymn 240 "Leaning On the Everlasting Arms' 
Benediction 



Crosby 
Lois King 

Faye Oakley Bassett 



Hoffman 



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PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS 



Mr. Robert C. Atwater 
Rev. E. McMillan Bare 
Mrs. Faye Oakley Bassett 

Rev. Donald L. Bowden 
Rev. R. Oren Bradley 



Dr. Donald J. Christian 

Dr. Jesse J. Croom 

Dr. Thomas W. Downing, Jr. 

Mr. Warren E Hedge 

Mr. Rich Erwin 

Rev. Ernest H. Ferrell 

Mrs. Sandra Harrison 

Rev. Richard T. Hayes 

Rev. Crate H. Jones 

Mrs. Harriett Jones 

Miss Lois King 

Mr. Talmadge H. Lass iter 

Mr. George Love 

Rev. Julian M. Motley 

Dr. James I. Murphy 

Rev. E. Hugh 0' Shields 

Rev. Robert Phillips 

Mr. George Ray 
Mr. Frank Shipp 
Mrs. Ginger Stanhope 
Rev. Jay Steelmon 

Rev. M. Clay Warf 

Miss Carolyn Weatherford 

Dr. H. Ran Whitley 

Rev. Fred H. Williams, III 
Mrs. Mary Zedick 



Mount Carmel Baptist Church 
Pastor, Westwood Baptist Church 
Director, Church & Community Ministries 
Yates Baptist Association 
Pastor, Lowe's Grove Baptist Church 
Cana, Virginia 
Director of Missions 
Yates Baptist Association 
1949-1951 

Pastor, Mount Carmel Baptist Church 
Pastor, Carrboro Baptist Church 
Pastor, University Baptist Church 
Ephesus Baptist Church 
Minister of Education 
Carrboro Baptist Church 
Pastor, Bethesda Baptist Church 
Plainview Baptist Church 
Pastor, Park View Baptist Church 
Interim Pastor, First Baptist Church 
Cresset Baptist Church 
Mount Hermon Baptist Church 
Grey Stone Baptist Church 
Grace Baptist Church 
Pastor, Gorman Baptist Church 
Pastor. Hope Valley Baptist Church 
Associate, Music/ Administration 
Bethesda Baptist Church 
Student Ministries 
UNC - Chapel Hill 
Olive Branch Baptist Church 
Hollo way Street Baptist Church 
Durham Memorial Baptist Church 
Minister of Music/ Senior Adults 
First Baptist Church 
Pastor, Temple Baptist Church 
Executive Director 
Woman's Missionary Union, SBC 
Associate Minister 
Durham Memorial Baptist Church 
Pastor, Olive Branch Baptist Church 
Grace Baptist Church 



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MINUTES OF THE ANNUAL SESSION 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

OCTOBER 24-25, 1988 
FIRST SESSION 

The first meeting of the Fortieth Annual Session of the Yates Baptist 
Association was held at Carrboro Baptist Church, Monday evening, October 24, 
1988. Moderator Frank Shipp called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m., following 
an organ prelude. 

Mrs. Mary Zedick, chairman of the Annual Meeting Committee moved the 
adoption of the program as printed and vote approved. 

The congregation then sang "Blessed Be The Name of The Lord", led by Mrs. 
Kathie Wilkinson. 

Dr. Jesse Groom, pastor of the host church, extended greetings to everyone, 
especially recognizing Ms. Carolyn VVeatherford, and led in prayer. 

The moderator recognized Ms. Nancy Curtis, executive director of the WMU 
staff, and Ms. Jan High and Ms. Carolyn Hopkins, her associates, as being 
present. 

The moderator then requested that new pastors and/or staff present come 
forward and introduce themselves, who were: 

Rev. Ed Gordon, retired missionary to the Philippines - 

interim pastor, Parkwood Baptist Church 
Rev. Danny Glover - pastor at Cresset Baptist Church 
Miss Tonya Ritchie - minister to children, Grey Stone Baptist Church 
Rev. Ron Cava - pastor at Cheek Heights Baptist Church 
Mr. Dan Baird - student at Southeastern and associate pastor in area 

of education to youth and children activities, Mount Moriah 

Baptist Church 

Mrs. Sarah Pickens (Mrs. Andrew Pickens) - secretary at Lowe's Grove 

Baptist Church 
Dr. Andrew Pickens - pastor at Bells Baptist Church 
Rev. Bryan Chestnutt - pastor at Page Road Baptist Church 
Mr. Al Huffman - minister of music, Ridgecrest Baptist Church 
Rev. Carl Martin - youth minister, Ridgecrest Baptist Church 

Dr. Gerald Goodwin introduced Ken and Deborah Richardson who would later 
present special music. They are returned missionaries and are living in a 
missionary house provided by Durham Memorial Baptist Church. 

Mrs. Sandra Harrison, director of WMU of the Yates Association, stated 
"Remember Your Leaders", and introduced our featured speaker, Ms. Carolyn 
Weatherford, who would bring an inspirational message. 

Ken and Deborah Richardson presented a beautiful medley of music with him 
playing the saxaphone and she the piano. 

We felt very fortunate to have Ms. Weatherford, who is executive director 
of WMU, Southern Baptist convention located in Birmingham, Alabama, bring the 
inspriationa 1 message. She said the gem for a 40th anniversary is the ruby, and 



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discussed things that an association needs to do to be "Missionary at Heart", 
the theme for this fortieth session. 

The hymn, "At the Cross" was sung by the congregation. 

Moderator Shipp thanked Ms. Weatherford for bringing such a timely message 
on truly being "Missionary at Heart". 

Mrs. Faye Bassett, Director of Church and Community Ministries, thanked Ms. 
Weatherford for her message and said the association is the nearest missionary to 
the mission field. Opportunities for ministry in our association have exploded, 
and she mentioned a couple that she has been involved in. She had visited in a 
home where the mother was of another faith. The two children attended day camp 
this summer and she visited in the home several times and shared the Gospel with 
them. Soon after this, the mother died unexpectedly. She asked for prayers as 
she continues to minister to these children. She also requested prayers for a 
young lady who is attempting to begin a new life. She has just recently assisted 
her in securing an apartment. 

...We need to pray for this year's toy store. Last year five people made 

profession of faith during this effort. 
...Pray for the day camp of 1989, that volunteers and transportation will 

be provided. 

...Pray that each of our churches will see the needs around us. We serve 
Him out of obedience and love. 

The moderator and congregation expressd thanks to Faye and the staff for 
what they are doing. 

The Yates Association Youth Choir presented a musical drama titled "Positive 
I.D." written by Nan Allen, Dennis Allen and Tom Fettke, and directed by Dr. Ran 
Whitley. 

Rev. Marc Francis of Bethesda church closed this meeting with prayer at 
9:00 p.m. 



SECOND SESSION 

The second meeting of this Fortieth Session was held at First Baptist 
Church, Tuesday morning, October 25, 1988. Following an organ prelude, Rev. 
Ernest Ferrell, the vice moderator, called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. 

Dr. Ran Whitley led the congregation in singing the hymn "Praise Him, 
Praise Him". 

Rev. Crate Jones, the interim pastor of First, extended greetings and led 
in prayer. 

Rev. Fred Williams, director, presented the Sunday School Report (pages 
50-51) and moved its acceptance. Vote carried. Rev. Raymond Johns has assumed 
this position for next year. 

Mr. Eddie Hammett, reported for Church Training. He recommended the 
following materials available that would be helpful in planning Church Training: 
Life Curriculum, Prayer Life in 13 courses, Master Design, Parenting by Grace 
and others, and equipping centers. Bible materials and training materials are 



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also available. He moved that the Church Training report (page 51) be accepted 
and vote carried. 

Dr. Ran Whitley, director of the Music Council, presented their report 
(pages 55-56). He advised that they are planning some of the same activities for 
next year: Senior Adult Choral Festival, Children's Music Day Camp, Volunteer 
Directors School and Mass Adult Choir Musical. He recommended that the report 
as printed be accepted and vote concurred. 

Mrs. Sandra Harrison, director of the WMU organizations, presented their 
report (pages 53-55). She was enthusiastic about their accomplishments this 
year. In addition to their regularly scheduled meetings, there was the centen- 
nial celebration in Richmond, Virginia, and also a centennial party at Mount 
Carmel for our association. The Brotherhood director joined them in the Home 
and Foreign Mission Study Institute. She moved that this report be accepted as 
printed and vote carried. 

The Brotherhood Report (page 52) was discussed by Rev. Don Bowden, director. 
He is pleased that the WMU and men will be working together with the Home and 
Foreign Mission studies, and their goal this year is to have some sort of 
Brotherhood organization in every church. He moved the adoption of this report 
and vote carried. 



Mr. Rich Erwin, chariman of the Missions Development Program, discussed 
their report (pages 59-61). This committee was formed this year, combining four 
previous committees, and to be in line with recommendations of the Home Mission 
Board. They have broken down their activities into seven ministries. He 
recommended that this report, down to the two recommendations for action (page 
61) be accepted and vote approved. 

Rev. Erwin then presented three recommendations that required action, as 
follows: 



(1) The Mission Development Program, Executive Committee, and the Associa- . 
tion Board recommend that Southern Baptist Chapel of Chapel Hill come 
under watchcare of the association for one year. 



Vote carried. 



(2) The Mission Development Program, Executive Committee, and the Associa- 
tion Board, recommend that the North Durham Baptist Chapel come under 
watchcare of the association for one year. 



Vote carried. 



(3) The Good Samaritan church has requested that they be removed from the 
Yates Baptist Association, as they do not wish to continue to be a 
Southern Baptist church. 

The committee moved that their request be honored and vote carried. 

Mr. George Love, chairman, reported for the Camp Committee. He advised 
that he thought water and sewer would probably be available to this property by 
the year 2000. The adjacent 500 acres owned by the Corps of Engineers can be a 
great asset to our 50 acres, as they can be used also. He thinks our present 
camp director is a great leader. He moved that this report (page 57) be 
accepted. Vote accepted. 



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Rev. Robert Phillips with the Baptist Student Ministry and located at UNC, 
Chapel Hill, advised that the association is involved in strengthening this 
ministry at N.C. Central, UNC and Duke, and they are appreciative of this 
support. 

Rev. Ernest Ferrell, vice moderator, presented the Association Board Report 
(pages 48-50), and moved its adoption. Vote carried. 

Rev. Crate Jones read the report of the General Board (page 82) and moved 
its acceptance. Vote carried. 

Mrs. Faye Bassett called attention to the Audit Committee's Report (page 
67). Upon motion to accept, it was approved. 

Dr. Don Christian presented the Financial Committee's Report (pages 74-76). 
This committee feels that the proposed budget for 1989 is challenging, but 
realistic, and he moved its adoption. Vote adopted. 

Mr. Robert Atwater, chairman, presented the Nominations Committee's Report 
(pages 7-8). The TACMO director is Mrs. Clara Crabtree instead of Mrs. Davis. 
There are some vacancies, but hopefully they will be filled soon. He moved the 
adoption of this report with the TACMO change. Vote approved. 

The Annual Meeting Committee's Report (page 1) was presented by Mrs. 
Mary Zedick, chairman. She thanked Mrs. Bassett for doing the "leg work" in 
securing the meeting places, speakers, etc., and moved the adoption of the 
report as printed. Vote was unanimous. 

Rev. Richard Hayes, chairman, presented the Evangelism Committee's Report 
(pages 58-59). In as much as the association has voted to participate in the 
1990 Simultaneous Revivals, this committee is ready to lead in preparation for 
this undertaking. The first meeting is scheduled for January 10, 1989. The 
theme for this emphasis is, "Here's Hope, Jesus Cares for You", and will be held 
April 1-8, 1990. Moved to accept this report and vote confirmed. 

Vice Moderator Ferrell asked if there were any representatives of state 
agencies present and Ms. Lori Raw lings said she was representing Dr. Michael C. 
Blackwell of the Children's Homes and expressed their appreciation for our 
support. 

Dr. Ran Whitley introduced Rev. Jay Steelmon of First Baptist Church, who 
sang a medley of songs, accompanied by Ms. Miriam Davis at the piano. 

Then the congregation sang, "He Lives", directed by Dr. Whitley. 

Mr. George Ray introduced Rev. R. Oren Bradley, who was the first full-time 
director fo the Yates Baptist Assocation. 

Rev. Bradley's message was titled "Born of Missions". In the beginning, a 
group of churches formed the Durham Baptist Council of Churches and became part 
of the Mount Zion Association. Later these churches decided to witdraw from the 
Mount Zion Association and form their own association. So the Durham Baptist 
Council of Churches disbanded and it was assumed that the name of the new 
association would be Durham Baptist Association. But during an organizational 
meeting it was moved that since the association grew out of missions, it would 
be good to name the new association after Matthew T. Yates, the first missionary 
to China from North Carolina, and so it became Yates Baptist Association. Rev. 
Bradley recalled all of the directors of the association and a lot of the 



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pastors who were influential in the Baptist movement in the Durham area. He 
closed by stating that "we can't rest on the past, we have new challenges in the 
days ahead." 

Mr. Edwin Coates, executive secretary of the North Carolina Baptist 
Foundation, expressed thanks for support of this agency. 

This meeting came to a close shortly after 11:30 a.m. and Rev. Crate Jones 
gave directions about the luncheon, acknowledged the churches that provided for 
the meal catered by Shrimp Boat, and gave the benediction and blessing. 



The third and last meeting of the Fortieth Annual Session was held Tuesday 
night, October 25, 1988, at Gorman Baptist Church. Following a musical prelude, 
Moderator Frank Shipp called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. 

The opening hymn, "I Stand Amazed in the Presence", was led by Dr. Ran 
Whitley. 

Rev. Julian Motley, pastor of the host church, extended greetings, an 
invitation to stay for snacks and fellowship following the meeting, and led in 
prayer. 

Then it was time for the drama that we had been anticipating. "Remembering 
Forty Years" was written by Crate and Harriett Jones. Crate Jones and Clay Warf 
were the characters in the drama. As the title suggests, the drama depicted the 
forty-year history of the association, recalling former pastors and directors. 
Dr. Warf portrayed the part of Rev. B.E. Morris, who is 99 years old and in a 
nursing home. A great drama and great acting. 

The congregation then sang, "We're Marching to Zion". 

Dr. James Murphy gave the biographical data on Dr. Thomas W. Downing, Jr., 
pastor of University Baptist Church, Chapel Hill, and a native of Virginia, who 
would bring the annual sermon. 

Rev. McMillan Bare read the scripture; Hebrews 4:12-16. 

Preceding the message, the choir from University Baptist Church sang "Lead 
Me, Lord" and "Amazing Grace". 

The title of Dr. Downing's dynamic message was "The Real Jesus". He 
compared the movie, "The Last Temptation of Christ", with the reality of the 
humility of Jesus and how we should teach freedom of God's love. 

The hymn, "I Am Thine, O Lord" was then sung by the congregation. 

The clerk, Lois King, reported the number of registrants this year as: 



THIRD SESSION 



Messengers 

Pastors 

Visitors 



281 
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220 (including 65 youth) 



GRAND TOTAL 



545 



(Later revised to 2 additional visitors, for a total 
of 547) 



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A review of attendance for prior years revealed: 

1984 459 

1985 576 

1986 641 

1987 426 

She thanked the staff and volunteers for their help in the registration and 
J extended best wishes to Ms. Dorothy Hicks, who will succeed her. 

During miscellaneous business, Mr. Talmadge Lassiter shared information and 
concern on the continuing drug and alcohol problems in our community and 
! requested he lp in combating this serious situation. 

Dr. James Murphy, chairman of the Search Committee, gave an up-to-date 
report on the activities of this committee. First, they met with Marvin Settle 
and interviewed all members of the staff and asked them what they thought we 
needed in a director of missions, as well as getting input from pastors and lay 
people. They have been meeting almost weekly, have drafted a document of 
characteristics needed, set up guidelines for the committee to follow, and met 
with representatives of the Baptist State Convention for their input. Resumes 
have been coming in from within this association, within the state and outside 
of the state, and are continuing to come in. They have gone through 35 resumes 
but have not interviewed anyone. They covet our prayers as they continue to 
search for the right person. 

Two new churches were voted to come under watchcare status, the North 
Durham Baptist Chapel with Rev. Charles Rutt as pastor, and Southern Baptist 
Chapel of Chapel Hill with an interim pastor, were recognized and their represen- 
tatives asked to stand. 

Mrs. Bassett commented on the Report of Digest of Church Letters. One of 
the larger churches did not get their letter completed in time to be included in 
all of the figures, which accounts for some of the negative figures. Hopefully 
these will be changed to show increases. 

She then proceeded to do the "fun" part, by presenting certificates to the 
churches whose resident membership had increased 10% or more in the last five 
years, as follows: 



Mount Gilead 10% 

Ridgecrest 14.4% 

Red Mountain 21% 

Berea 23.1% 

Faith 28.1% 

Hope Valley 78% 

Homestead Heights 84.8% 



A plaque was presented to Lois King, clerk, in appreciation for her service 
from May 1984 to October 1988. 

A plaque was presented to Mrs. Clara Crabtree as Lay Leader of the Year. 
Mrs. Crabtree has been TACMO director in the past and is assuming this position 
again next year. In addition, she worked hard in setting up the library and 
media room in the Resource Center and getting out current information on what's 
available. 

A plaque was presented to Temple Baptist Church for the Church of the Year 
Award. She cited their decision to remain in their city location and minister 

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to the area around them and praised them for what they have done. Dr. Clay Warf 
accepted this award on behalf of his congregation, who made it possible. 

A plaque for Minister of the Year was presented to Rev. Elwood C. Massey, 
Jr. He came to Ephesus Baptist Church at a time when they were really low and 
he has brought new life and enthusiasm to the congregation and they are doing 
well. 

Mrs. Bassett continued by expressing sincere appreciation to: 

Carrboro, First and Gorman churches for hosting the annual meeting. 

The Annual Meeting Committee, consisting of: 
Mrs. Mary Zedick, chairman 
Rev. John Laverty 
Mrs. Nancy Lass iter 
Rev. James West 
Rev. Ron Harrison 

Saundra Stallings and Kathy Thompson for their dedication and hard work in 
the office. 

The volunteers who helped put the Book of Reports together: 
Peggy Brown, Mount Moriah 
Rachel Churchill, Mount Pisgah 
Mable King, Ephesus 
Hazel Pickett, Yates 
Linda Terry, North Durham 

Dr. Ran Whitley, the Music Council and all youth. 

Dr. Thomas Downing for brining the annual sermon. 

All speakers and participants. 

All volunteers. 

Officers and members of committees. 

Moderator Frank Shipp thanked Mrs. Faye Bassett for her part in carrying on 
the work of the association. 

The closing hymn was "Leaning On the Everlasting Arms", followed by Rev. 
Ernest Ferrell, vice moderator, leading the benediction. 

Thus, the Fortieth Annual Session ended at 9:05 p.m., and refreshments and 
fellowship were enjoyed in the fellowship hall. 

Lois King 
Clerk 

Meetings taped. 



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REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATION BOARD 



The Association Board is responsible to "act for the Association in the interim 
between sessions" and to "make a full and complete report of its work at each 
annual meeting." In fulfilling its responsibility, the Board held three meetings 
during the interim. Complete minutes of these meetings are available in the 
association office; however, highlights of the meetings are as follows: 

FEBRUARY 16, 1988 

1. Approved a revised budget for 1988 totalling $191,586. Camp items were 
removed with the recommendation that they be taken care of by interest on 
the savings account. 

2. Voted to purchase necessary labeling and high-volume copy machines for the 



office. 

3. Approved a report of the Nominations Committee: 

Sunday School Director Rev. Fred Williams (90) 

Church Training Director Mrs. Ginger Stanhope (89) 

WMU Director Mrs. Sandra Harrison (90) 

Brotherhood Director Rev. Don Bowden (91) 

Church Music Director Dr. Ran Whitley (90) 

TACMO Director Mrs. Barbara Davis (91) 

4. Heard various organizational reports. 



5. Voted to authorize Camp Committee to proceed with consideration of the 
marketability (selling) of this property and the purchase of other property. 

6. Director of Church and Community Ministries, Faye Bassett, reported: 

a. Toy Store at Temple Baptist reached 90 families, 270 children. There 
were 5 professions of faith and 40 churches participated. 

b. WMU Centennial will be in Richmond, VA, May 13-14. 

c. Missions Awareness Tour to Atlanta, May 19-20. 

7. Director of Missions, Marvin Settle, reported: 

a. Bahama Church plans to occupy their new building on February 28. 

b. New Jerusalem Church has made progress toward acquiring new property. 

c. New roads, development affect churches. He urged churches to adopt a 
long-range plan. 

d. Mission Action Workshop on February 20. 

e. Disaster Relief Training with Red Cross on February 27. 

MAY 17, 1988 

1. Approved three recommendations from the Personnel Committee, Mr. A.C. 
Sorrell reporting: 

a. Mrs. Faye Bassett's 10th anniversary with the Yates Baptist Associa- 
tion will be June 26. She has been invited to attend a Christian 
Social Ministries Conference (CSM) at Southern Seminary, November 
7-12, 1988 and the committee recommends that in honor of her anniver- 
sary, the association pay the cost of $750. This money is to come 
from the retirement fund of the administrative assistant, inasmuch as 
staff employees cannot participate in the annuity program until they 
have been employed three years. 

b. The committee recommends that a change in classification and job 
description for the Director of Church and Community Ministries be 
made to include supervision of office personnel during the absence of 
the Director of Missions. 

c. That during the absence of a Director of Missions, Mrs. Bassett's pay 
be increased $500 per month. These additional funds are to come from 
the DOM salary item in the budget. 



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d. Mr. Sorrell announced that Mrs. Kathy Thonpson of Mount Pisgah had 
been enployed as the Administrative Assistant. 

2. Accepted with regret the resignation of Rev. Marvin B. Settle, Jr., effec- 
tive June 30, 1988. Approved a motion to send a letter of recommendation 
and commendation to Norfolk Association, expressing our best wishes. 

3. Approved a slate of nine persons to serve as a Search Committee for a 
Director of Missions recommended by the Executive Committee: 

Dr. James I. Murphy, Chairman - Hope Valley 
Rev. Raymond C. Johns, Jr. - Immanuel *• 
Rev. E. Hugh 0' Shields - Bethesda 
Rev. Robert D. Weatherly, Alternate - Mt. Moriah 

Mr. Robert C. Atwater - Mt. Carmel 
Mrs. Louise Clements - Grey Stone 
Mrs. Sandra Harrison - Plainview 
Mr. Earl Smith, Alternate - Bahama 

4. Approved two recommendations from Finance Committee, Dr. Larry Harper 
reporting: 

a. Because a Search Committee has been elected, they move that funds for 
this committee's needs be spent out of DOM salary item in the budget. 

b. The Executive Committee and the Finance Committee wholeheartedly 
recommended that the balance be forgiven on a loan made by the 
association to Rev. Settle when he came to Durham. 

5. A "roast" was given for Rev. Settle on Sunday afternoon, June 5, at Grey 
Stone. 

6. Approved two recommendations from Missions Development Committee. These to 
be presented for approval at Annual Meeting; Dr. Charles Harris reporting: 

a. That the Southern Baptist Chapel of Chapel Hill come under watchcare 
of the association for one year. 

b. The North Durham Baptist Chapel requested that it be considered as a 
Southern Baptist chapel. When it relocates to a permanent location, 
it plans to locate at least two miles from Rose of Sharon. 

c. Reported that Bahama Baptist held their first service in their new 
building, February 28, 1988; the Leesville Road Baptist Church broke 
ground for their new church on February 28; and the New Jerusalem 
Baptist Church received approval from the Home Mission Board for a 
loan and they have broken ground for their church building. 

7. Approved a recommendation from Nominations Committee, Mr. Robert Atwater 
reporting, that A.C. Sorrell be named chairman of the Personnel Committee 
to replace Ms. Judi Kelly who resigned. 

8. WMU reported that the "Let's Celebrate" event at Mt. Carmel attracted 300 
people. 

9. Director of Church and Community Ministries, Faye Bassett, reported that 
the sewing class is successful. Temple will host the 1988 Toy Store. 

10. Director of Missions, Marvin Settle, reported: 

a. Christian Life Style Conference was held May 24 at Grey Stone Church. 

b. WMU presented a centennial quilt to the association. 

c. Fire damaged the camp lodge. An offer on camp property was rejected. 

d. Marvin Settle expressed appreciation for the support he had received 
as Director of Missions. 

11. Viewed a video presentation, "Missionary at Heart", that reviews some of the 
mainstreams of Yates Association. 



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OCTOBER 11, 1988 



1. Reporting for Dr. James Murphy, Faye Bassett stated that the Search Com- 
mittee for Director of Missions continues to receive and screen appli- 
cations. No interviews have been conducted. 

2. Approved a recommendation of the Missions Development Committee to extend 
watchcare status to North Durham Chapel, subject to approval by the Mes- 
sengers at Annual Meeting. 

3. Approved a recommendation from the Evangelism Committee, Rev. Rick Hayes 
reporting, that Yates Association participate in the 1990 Simultaneous 
Reviva 1. 

4. Director of Church and Community Ministries, Faye Bassett, reported: 

a. 40 churches participated in 1988 Day Camp. 

b. Crisis Ministry has provided 158 families and many other individuals 
who needed financial and nutritional help. 

c. Arrangements are completed for the 1988 Annual Meeting, October 24 & 
25. 

d. Leesville Road church dedicated its building on October 9, 1988. 

5. Moderator, Frank Shipp, extended appreciation to Ms. Lois King for her 
faithful service to the Association as Clerk. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Frank Shipp, Moderator 

REPORT OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 

The 1987-88 year has been a year of change for us in Yates Association as we 
experienced the loss of our Director of Missions and the relocation of many 
pastors and staff. These changes can, however, provide us with fresh opportu- 
nities for rethinking our task and remotivating ourselves to a new and higher 
level of service than ever before. During the past year, some churches have 
caught this vision and have begun to take a closer look at their Sunday School 
methodologies. Churches like Lakewood, Mt. Herrnon, Mt. P</loriah, Temple and 
others spent time studying the Sunday School Growth Spiral to see how to apply 
it to their own situation. Rev. Ron Harrison of Plainview Baptist Church, our 
Growth Spiral consultant, is available to help your church as well to consider 
this effective plan of Sunday School growth and development. 

Rev. Raymond Johns, our Associational Outreach leader, attended the Outreach 
Directors' conference at Ridgecrest this spring and has plans for a Home Bible 
Study Workshop in the months to come. This method may become one of the most 
productive ways of reaching the new people moving into our area, many of whom 
are not familiar with Southern Baptist churches. 

We were again blessed with the outstanding leadership of Darlene HarrilL as our 
Vacation Bible School director. We had an excellent training conference at 
Holloway Street Baptist Church this past spring for all our Yates VBS workers. 
If you have not elected your church VBS director for the summer of '89, please 
do so right away so that he or she can take full advantage of the '89 VBS 
workshop by having your church's workers selected in time to be present!! 

On August 30, we had our Sunday School Teachers' Workshop at Bethesda Baptist 
Church. Rev. Ron Harrison was our keynote speaker on the importance of Sunday 
School in fulfilling the Great Commission of both the Old and New Testaments 
(Deuteronomy 31:12-13 and Matthew 28:19-20). This address in itself made it 
well worth being there; but, in addition, we had age-group training by Irene 



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Bagwell, Fred Williams, Marc Francis, Ron Harrison, and Raymond Johns. Though 
we had good attendance at the workshop this year, check your associational 
calendar so that your church's Sunday School teachers can be there in force next 
year. 

Again, we give thanks to our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ whose help, 
wisdom, and guidance lifted up our weaknesses during this past year so that we 
could have some small part in building His kingdom. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Fred M. Williams, III, Director 



REPORT OF CHURCH TRAINING 

This has been a good year for Church Training. Many exciting things have 
happened. 

We started the 1987-1988 year off with M Night which was a great success. This 
was on November 23, 1987 at Grace Baptist Church, with more than 100 people in 
attendance. The New Jerusalem Church choir presented the special music. Dr. 
Fred Anderson, from Richmond, VA, brought the message in dramatic form. The 
topic was on "Early Baptist Preachers". This ended with a variety of workshops. 
Some of the Bible Drill participants from Bethesda Baptist Church shared with us 
some of what they had learned from the Bible drill. 

Key Leadership was in May, 1988. The theme was "Sharing the Dream". I was able 
to attend and enjoyed it very much. The workshop that I attended was "In- 
gathering", reclaiming inactive members. 

We had more churches to participate in the Children's Bible Drill for 1988 than 
ever. We had a total of 19 to go to the State Tournament. This included one 
youth. We are very proud of this and hope to have even more next year. 

Thank you for letting me serve as your Church Training Director. I've completed 
my second year and am just beginning to learn what I'm supposed to be doing. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Ginger Stanhope, Director 



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REPORT OF THE BROTHERHOOD 



The Yates Association Brotherhood officers and church leadership met in quarterly 
sessions during the 1987-1988 Associational Year. The purpose was to increase 
fellowship, share ideas, strengthen leadership, and to promote Brotherhood work 
in the churches. We enjoyed several guest speakers who related helpful informa- 
tion, ideas, and new programs. 

Brotherhood Director, Don Bowden, and Royal Ambassador Director, Candace Black, 
attended the statewide workshop at the Caraway Conference Center in August. A 
local workshop was held on Tuesday, September 6, 1988, at Lowe's Grove Baptist 
Church. Mr. Bowden has also been asked by the State Brotherhood leadership to 
help conduct other workshops in neighboring Associations. 

During the year, a survey was sent to all churches in the Yates Association, 
requesting updated information on the extent of local Baptist Men/R.A. work. A 
goal was then established to ask and help each church not already involving men 
and boys in missions, to establish at least one program for men and/or boys. The 
goal is to begin at least one new program, such as High School Baptist Young 
Men, or Baptist Young Men's group. 

This past year also saw the completion of Bahama Baptist Church, and the Lees- 
ville Road Church, both with much volunteer labor supplied by the Yates Associa- 
tion and other Associations in North Carolina, under the leadership of the State 
Convention. Additionally, several R.A. events were held, including the annual 
Car Race, and Track Meet. 

In terms of future goals, we will continue having quarterly leadership meetings 
to discuss work related to the major subdivisions of Yates Association Brother- 
hood work, namely: Baptist Men, High School Baptist Young Men, Royal Ambassadors, 
Prayer Group, Sports Group and Work Group. We shall promote missions by working 
with the WMU leadership in promoting and teaching the Foreign and Home Mission 
Studies, along with other avenues of cooperation. We have ordered the "Men In 
Missions" video, a VHS format videotape which the State Convention will produce 
bi-monthly, and which will have a format similar to the Foreign Mission Board's 
"Update" series. We will promote the North Carolina Baptist Men's Convention in 
First Baptist Church, Charlotte, from January 13-15, 1989. This is a change 
from previous years when the meeting was held prior to the State Convention. 

We urge participation in all aspects of our mission work, that the cause of 
Jesus Christ will be strengthened and enlarged. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Donald L. Bowden, Jr., Director 



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REPORT OF WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 



Remember your leader, those who spoke to you the word of God: consider the 
outcome of their life and imitate their faith. Jesus Christ is the same yester- 
day and today and forever. (Hebrews 13:7-8 RSV) 

With this truth from God's word, this year Woman's Missionary Union began a "One 
Hundred Year Birthday Celebration" that will never be forgotten. The year long 
celebration has been one of great joy and excitement. WMU has looked back to the 
past with awe as we realize all that God has done. We have examined the present 
and praised the Lord for His miracles and now we press on to the future. The 
1987-38 year will be a year that will forever be written upon the hearts of 
those who love the Lord and love missions. While anticipating the new church 
year that will begin in Octobe r, September 1987 brought a fantastic WMU Leader- 
ship Conference. Bethesda Church graciously invited the Association WMU Council 
to use their facilities and then served a beautiful salad luncheon to 177 
officers and leaders who had attended one of 7 conferences. We praise the Lord 
that there were leaders from two other associations at these conferences. We 
greatly appreciate Pastor Ernest Ferrell and Bethesda Church for their show of 
love and support. This year the directors and their assistants from Baptist 
Women, Acteens and Girls In Action were asked by the N.C. State WMU to teach in 
the WMU Leadership Conferences in several other associations. We are thankful for 
God's open door of service. 

October and January brought the Home and Foreign Mission Study Institute. This 
year Directors of WMU were joined by Brotherhood Director, Rev. Don Bowden in 
the Foreign Mission Study Institute. Dorothy Hicks, Assistant Baptist Women's 
Director, and I taught the study many times in our association and other areas. 
Baptist Women started the year of celebration in October with an exciting 
Centennial Prayer Retreat from the past, complete with popcorn, hot tea and 
ginger bread with lemon sauce. All those who attended agreed that they were 
blessed by the presence of our Lord Jesus as they sought Him in prayer. 

In November and March the Yates churches took part in the National Missions 
Prayer Plan. November was the month that Baptist Women spent a beautiful day 
worshipping and praying as they led the Baptist Women's World Day of Prayer. The 
observance was held at Lincoln Memorial Church in the morning and Lakewood 
Church that night. Geraldine Mitchell, Baptist Women Director, led the Day of 
Prayer. 

In November and December there were times of joy as WMU was a part of providing 
toys for needy children by supporting and being a part of the "Yates Association 
Toy Store Ministry" ! Yates WMU always looks forward to January. The Association 
WMU Council invites the church WMU Directors from our 53 churches to be a part of 
the regular Association Council Meeting. This year's meeting was one of hard 
work and great fellowship! January was also a month filled with celebration. 
Homestead Heights hosted a "Century to Celebrate Teacher's Workshop". This was a 
time of teaching the history of Woman's Missionary Union for all age levels. 
This history was taught again in April for Adults at Ho Ho way Street Church. 
Focus on WMU came in February. During this week I, as on many other occasions 
during the year, was invited to speak on Sunday and Wednesday to our Yates 
churches. I praise the Lord for the opportunities to share missions. This month 
Mission Friends had a Leader/ Director Luncheon at Immanuel Baptist Church. The 
Luncheon was a great success. February also brought a Mission Action Workshop. 
Those who attended this conference were reminded many times that Yates Associa- 
tion is a mission and ministry field, "white already to harvest" (John 4:30). 
Darlene Harrill led the Baptist Women so beautifully down memory lane in February 
during the "Alma Hunt Remember" monologue and the birthday celebration centennial 

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continued. March blew in with a Baptist Young IV omens Salad Supper led by Kim 
Jones BYW Director. The response and fellowship of the Yates Churches was 
overwhelming. 

Toni Clark, G.A. Director and Nora Whitley, her assistant held a GA Training 
Conference at West Durham in March. Yates WMU Directors are always willing to 
go the second mile to accomplish good missions work. Mrs. Beth Oakley, Foreign 
Missionary from Benin, was guest speaker at a MotherDaughter Let's Celebrate 
Banquet". The banquet was held in April with over one hundred and twenty guests 
attending. 

The Mission Friends Directors of Yates Association have been movers and shakers 
this year. Debbie Tuck, Director and Guynell Clary, her assistant, offered an 
outstanding missions fair in April for the older Mission Friends and their 
parents. The fair was held in the Grey Stone Family Life Center. The fair gave 
those who attended the opportunity to see the evangelistic puppet and clown 
ministry of Plainview Church, meet Philip and Beth Oak ley, missionaries to 
Benin, and enjoy mission learning booths. What a wonderful missions learning 
experience for preschoolers, parents and leaders. 

The month of April continued with the 39th Annual Session of Woman's Missionary 
Union. The session was held at Ridgecrest Baptist Church and what an celebration 
this was! The church was decorated with dresses for the 1800's, Bibles from the 
1700's, minutes from Baptist Women meeting of 1902, and beautiful three tier 
birthday cake and much more. The sanctuary displayed the centennial quilt made 
by many of the women in our Yates churches for the Centennial Year. The hard 
work, to make this beautiful centennial quilt, was lead by the 1987-88 Centennial 
Chairman - Cathy Greene. Cathy helped to make this year's long birthday celebra- 
tion one to be remembered. The speaker for the Session was Catherine Allen, 
Associate Executive Director, WMU, SBC. Mrs. Allen reminded us of our heritage 
and sacrifices made by those who have gone before us. Catherine also pointed 
each person to the future, a future to continue to serve God and to meet the 
challenges with joy. 

The WMU Annual Meeting this year challenged each person to put others first. 
WMU set a Mission Action example. The Church WMU Director of group three, led 
by Beverly Clark, the Association Council and I felt led to cut the cost of the 
evening meal. The Lord performed a miracle and this year over 350 people enjoyed 
a wonderful salad dinner and Yates WMU gave over $800 to the Crisis Ministry for 
our area. During the sessions, Yates WMU received from WMU, SBC the highest 
award of Distinguished for missions work done in 1987-88. In May at the Key 
Leadership Conference, Yates Association won an award for growth! To God goes 
all the glory for this Annual Meeting! 

Woman's Missionary Union's birthday year exploded on May 13-14, as Yates Associa- 
tion WMU joined the WMU, SBC and friends from all over the world in Richmond, 
Virginia for a glorious celebration. It was an honor to represent Yates Associa- 
tion in all the Centennial events. What a joy to carry the Yates Banner as I led 
North Carolina representatives to a cheering crowd of 19,000 people. It was a 
glorious celebration of thanksgiving to a wonderful Savior like the Lord, Jesus 
who has led 100 years of missions work. On May 15t h Yates Association had a 
Centennial Birthday Party at Mount Carmel 3aptist Church. Over 300 guest saw old 
cars, dresses, an Alma Hunt monologue, old buggies and many other things from our 
past. Cathy Greene, Centennial Chairman and Jean Atwater, Assistant BYW Director 
worked very hard to make this day a great celebration. At the celebration, Rev. 
Ron Harrison of Plainview brought an inspiring message which challenged us to be 
excited about WMU heritage and to continue to follow the steps of Jesus as we 
walk on holy ground. Jean Howerton then brought us to Jesus' feet as she sang 



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"On Holy Ground". It was at this celebration, the beautiful Centennial Quilt was 
presented to Rev. Marvin Settle, Director of Missions, representing Yates 
Association. The quilt hangs at this time upstairs in the Resource Center. 
What a day to remember! 

In June the Association Council came together for fellowship. We feel the most 
important thing we do every year at this time is to join our hearts and minds 
and kneel at our Lord's feet. We thank Him for what He has done and again 
dedicate ourselves to follow Him in Missions. 

The Yates Association WMU Council believes in training so that we can give our 
best to the Savior. So in July, we go to Ridge crest and in August, we go to 
Caraway for missions training. 

At this time, the Association Acteens have established an Acteens Planning 
Council and they also had an Associational Acteens Overnight Studiact Workshop. 
We are so excited about the new Acteen organizations that have been established 
this year. Acteens continue to go forward! In the past three years, the North 
Carolina State Acteens Advising Panel was established and Yates has had three 
girls chosen to serve. Sarah Echel of Cresset, Cathy Isaacs of Grace and Ann 
Ferrell of Olive Branch. We are proud but also thankful. 

At this time, our records show there is only one church in Yates Association 
without WMU work. 

All this year, we have remembered our past and thank our heavenly Father for 
those who walked before us. We thank Him for their sacrifice and dedication 
that sometimes even cost them their lives. But now, we press on to the future. 
We move into the second century of WMU with great hope and excitement. For the 
one who led Annie Armstrong and Lottie Moon is still leading today. Jesus 
Christ, the same yesterday, today, and forever. 

The 1903 annual report of Annie Armstrong contained these words, "Go forward 
into the new year with faith, strengthen by a glimpse into our past God directed 
history with courage, strong to bear the burdens of today. Knowing that Christ 
is with us all the days and with hopes high because we are part of that plan of 
the ages which shall sooner or later usher in the Kingdom of our Lord Jesus 
Christ". To this we of Yates Association WMU say, "lead on King eternal, for 
we wou Id follow Thee into the Second Century". 

Respectfully submitted, 

Sandra Harrison, Director 

REPORT OF THE MUSIC COUNCIL 

This past year was very active and productive in the area of music ministry for 
the Yates Association. The Music Counci 1 planned and executed various programs 
and events designed to reach people, strengthen the music ministry of local 
churches and promote fellowship throughout the association. The highlights of 
1987-88 are the following: 

1) An adult choir festival was held on March 15, 1988 at Yates Baptist Church. 
Mike McKeown, Minister of Music at Trinity Church, Raleigh was the guest 
clinician who led the combined choirs of Yates Association in an inspira- 
tional music experience. The combined choir prepared two anthems for 
worship. The evening concluded in a praise service utilizing the prepared 

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anthems, hymns, prayer and scripture. Eight churches were represented with 
a total attendance of 75. 

2) A children's choir camp on July 18-22, 1988 was co-sponsored with Grace 
Baptist Church and directed by Burke Raper. Guest clinicians were Terry 
Kirk land from Nashville, Tennessee and Ramona Prestwood from Enfield, NC. 
The highlight of the week was a concert on July 23 which was broadcast on 
Durham Cable Channel 8. The older children presented the musical, God Made 
Me a Specialty. The younger children performed various anthems. Over 20 
churches were represented with 115 children present. Many thanks to Grace 
Baptist Church and the 45 volunteer workers and leaders. 

3) A workshop for volunteer leadership was conducted on August 23, 1988. 
Patti Lingafelt directed the workshop which offered training in the areas of 
preschool and children's music ministry, piano and organ literature and 
basic choral conducting. Nine churches were represented with an attendance 
of 32. 



4) The council is currently organizing a mass youth choir to perform the 
musical drama Positive I.D. at the annual meeting on October 24 at Carrboro 
Church. The musical conveys the message that every new day presents a 
challenge for Christians to identify with Christ and to conform their 
outlook and actions with the mind of Christ. The council believes that the 
message will have impact on the messengers in attendance as well as the 
youth as they prepare the musical. 



Next year also promises to be a productive season in ministry. Listed below are 
the scheduled events for 1989: 



1) Senior Adult Choral Festival March 7, 1989 

2) Children's Music Day Camp July 17-21, 1989 

3) Volunteer Director's School August 22, 1989 

4) Mass Adult Choir Musical October 23, 1989 

The Music Council of Yates Association continues to be one of the most active 
and enthusiastic in the state. I would like to extend my personal appreciation 
to the members of the council for their labor in associational music ministry 
and their support of the various programs and events. Their professionalism, 
competence and calling to the Gospel ministry are to be highly commended. It is 
a pleasure and a blessing to serve with them. 



Respectfully submitted, 



Ran Whitley, Director 
TACMO REPORT 

"Media Libraries... Improving Learning" was the theme this year for TACMO. That 
has been the underlying purpose and goal of each of this year's activities and 
programs. 

Each church in the association received a survey form for the purpose of learning 
names of church librarians and the needs and activities of the church media 
library programs. Only 13 churches responded to this survey. TACMO's major 
concern has become how to identify needs and provide assistance in meeting the 
needs of individual churches relating to their library program. 

TACMO members are continuing training in courses provided by Yates and sur- 



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rounding associations. This year, eight librarians from Yates Association 
attended the "How to Process Media" course in October, six attended "How to 
Administer and Promote a Church Media Library" in February. Five went to 
Caraway in April for the annual conference workshops, two went to Ridgecrest in 
July and fifteen participated in "How to Repair Books" in August. 

Thelma George of Park View taught the course on book repair at Caraway in April 
and at Park View in August. There were church librarians from Tarboro, Roxboro, 
Charlotte and Yanceyville at the August workshop. Bob Goode, from the State 
Convention office, was a "special guest" student! He also attended the November 
meeting. 

Along with the training, sharing is an important part of the TACMO program. A 
bibliography of books on Baptist Heritage was distributed at the November 
meeting. Workable ideas and various problems were shared at the May meeting. 

The organization has not grown in number this year, but all members have realized 
growth in knowledge of "how to" and of the importance of their responsibility in 
their own church. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Barbara Davis, Director 

REPORT OF THE CAMP COMMITTEE 

The Camp Committee has re-marked the property lines. We are still concerned that 
the area stated to be a wildlife reserve was turned over to the Wildlife Com- 
mission as Game Lands and anyone with a special permit can hunt deer up to 
our property line with high powered rifles. The good part is that hunting is 
allowed for only two months of the year and not allowed at all on Sundays. 

The hand pumped well that was left on the property, if sold and maintained, can 
be a bonus for hikers. I have seen a beaver swimming in the creek and many deer 
tracks. 

The work in developing the Matthew Tyson Yates birthplace and the lodge have no 
market value as they have considerable value to our churches. 

Respectfully submitted, 

George C. Love, Jr., Chairman 

REPORT OF THE DEACONS COMMITTEE 

Our committee sponsored a DEACON TRAINING WORKSHOP for our associ at ional churches 
on March 15, 1988 from 7-9 p.m. Four workshops were offered and the conferees 
could select two which they would attend. The five workshops were: 1) The 
Spiritual Life of the Deacon; 2) Taking the Deacon Family Ministry Plan Seri- 
ously; 3) Deacons Responding to Grief; 4) Helping Deacons Work out of Gifted- 
jiess. First Baptist hosted this conference and over 100 deacons attended. All 
sessions were video taped and are available in our associational office to be 
used in our local churches as continuing training tools. 

To follow up this meeting, we mailed surveys to all churches in an effort to 
help us evaluate and plan for the 1989 Deacon Workshop. Sixteen churches 
responded by returning the survey and our committee then telephoned other 
churches to seek their input for our future planning. 

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We have also, through the help of TACMO, placed five videos in our associational 
library that are excellent training tools for deacons' meetings, etc. These are 
available from our associational office. 

Our Yates Associational Newsletter now has a deacon section with training 
resources and information for our deacons. 

Our committee is a resource item for you. We are available to assist you in any 
way. 

DATE EVENT LOCATION 

November 1, 1988 Seminars 1 & 2 Yates Baptist Church 

7:30 prn - 9:30 pm 

January 31, 1989 Seminars 3 & 4 Immanuel Baptist 

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm 

February 7, 1989 (scheduled SNOW DATE for January 31 seminar if cancelled) 

April 4, 1989 Seminars 5 & 6 Hope Valley Baptist 

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm 

September 19, 1989 Seminar 7 Durham Memorial 

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm 

Respectfully submitted, 
Eddie Hammett, Chairman 
REPORT OF THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

Here's Hope, Jesus Cares for You. 

This is the emphasis for the 1990 Simultaneous Revivals scheduled throughout the 
Southern Baptist Convention. The Evangelism Committee of the association has 
recommended that we participate in the 1990 revival emphasis as it relates to 
the 1988-89 convention theme on the "Year of the Laity" and as a follow-up to 
the 1986 revival effort of "Good News America". To prepare ourselves to be 
vessels of revival, your associational Evangelism Committee is ready to lead in 
preparation through encouraging, training and prayer. 

First, our associational evangelism conference will be the launching event for 
a year of preparation for the "Here's Hope" 1990 Simultaneous Revival Emphasis. 
Our evangelism conference is scheduled for March 14, 1989. 

Second, during the year preceding the revival, each church is encouraged to 
participate in a Lay Evangelism SchooL The school should be scheduled as soon 
as possible to provide ample planning. Your church can receive assistance in 
preparation and in teaching through the associational office or the Evangelism 
Department of the Baptist State Convention. 

Third, the associational steering committee for the 1990 revivals will have an 
orientation led by a state-trained resource person on January 10, 1989. The 
associational steering committee will coordinate with the local churches in 
electing their own steering committees and orientation for those committee 
chairpersons will be held on January 9, 1989. 



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Much encouraging, planning and prayer are a must and will take place before 
April 1-8, 1990. May we unite together as local churches of the Yates Associa- 
tion to share with people of the Triangle of North Carolina, "Here's Hope, Jesus 
Cares for You". 

Respectfully submitted, 
Richard T. Hayes, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE MINISTERIAL CARE COMMITTEE 

The Ministerial Care Committee continued to be very active this year along two 
major avenues. First, we continued in our support of ministers in need of 
emergency assistance. God has blessed us with the opportunity to offer financial 
assistance through the MINISTERS' EMERGENCY FUND, and also to offer counseling 
support through various channels in our association. 

Secondly, we sought to strengthen the ministers through educational opportuni- 
ties. On May 5, a day long retreat was held at the Resource Center. The theme 
of this meeting was "Ministering in the Face of Change". Dr. Bob Dale of 
Southeastern Seminary and Dr. Garland Hendricks of Gardner-Webb College were the 
featured program personalities. 

I am grateful for the accomplishments in the area of ministerial care, but 
realize that there is much yet to be done. I appreciate and thank each member 
of this committee. 

Respectfully submitted, 

James I. Murphy, Chairman 

REPORT OF MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

During the 1987 Annual Meeting, a recommendation was approved combining the 
Missions Committee, Community Ministries Committee, Student Work Committee, and 
Interfaith Witness Committee to form the Missions Development Program. 

The Missions Development Program is responsible for developing and implementing 
the missions strategy of the association. The Missions Development Program 
affirms the need of churches to be on mission in their setting; leads churches 
to accomplish missions through Church Missions Development Programs; supports 
church missions organizations. The Missions Development Program calls the 
association to be on mission in its setting; develops and implements a strategy 
for missions; keeps the association aware of the need to provide resources, 
missions skills training and opportunities for missions involvement; develops 
missions methods that inspire and motivate churches and individuals to engage in 
missions; acts on behalf of the churches within the association. Component 
programs consist of (1) church extension, (2) language missions, (3) church and 
community ministries, (4) chaplaincy ministries, (5) interfaith witness, (6) 
Black church relations, (7) special mission ministries, (8) student ministries, 
(9) church loans and church pastoral assistance approvals. 

The Missions Development Program has been involved in a number of activities and 
ministries this year. 

CHURCH EXTENSION - We have reviewed with congregational members the organization 
of the Southern Baptist Chapel of Chapel Hill and the North Durham Baptist 
Chapel. 



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I We have provided recommendations to assist Bahama, Leesville Road, North Durham 

I Baptist Chapel, and Southern Baptist Chapel of Chapel Hill in receiving pastoral 

I assistance as requested. 

| We support and encourage New Jerusalem Baptist Cathedral as they begin the 

| construction of their building. We encourage lay volunteers to assist in 

' this construction. Projected dates for various aspects of the construction may 

j be obtained from the association office. 

The Multifamily Housing Conference, held September 26, was a highlight for the 
; year. Dr. David Beal, Home Mission Board consultant, and state and local 

consultants led the workshop. Seventeen churches were represented. A date for 
ij a follow-up workshop will be announced. 

COMMUNITY MINISTRIES - The sewing class for inner city mothers continues to meet 
| weekly at First Baptist Church. A place to hold an evening class is needed and 
we are also seeking a teacher for that class. 

Toys (total value of $6,000 - $7,000) were donated to the 1987 Christmas Toy 
;i Store. Forty churches participated, 90 families (272 children) were helped, 5 
i professions of faith were made, several rededications resulted from this ministry 
j and over $1,200 was placed in Crisis Ministry. You are encouraged to participate 

in this year's Christmas Toy Store. 

; Disaster Relief Training was held February 27. 

j! Day Camp 1988 was very successful. The four- week long camp had over 80 children 

I enrolled. The participation from the churches was fantastic. In 1987, 13 

j churches participated while 40 churches participated in Day Camp 1988. 

The December Bloodmobile, co-sponsored by the association and Durham Memorial, 
: netted 62 units of blood. This year, we have two locations and dates for this 
drive - Tuesday, December 6, Yates Baptist Association Resource Center, and, 
Saturday, December 10, Durham Memorial Baptist Church. 

\ LANGUAGE MISSION S-INTERFAITH WITNESS - We are supporting and assisting Carrboro 
Baptist Church in the ministry of the Korean Mission. We are beginning to 
j investigate the need for a ministry to the Spanish in our area. 

| CHAPLAINCY MINISTRY - The prison ministry at Guess Road Prison Unit sponsors a 
; Bible study each Wednesday night of the week. Also, on each fourth Wednesday, 
the ministry sponsors a Fun, Food and Fellowship night. Churches are needed to 
! sponsor the fourth Wednesday night event. We are investigating ways to inform 
j] churches of the opportunities available for them to assist in this ministry, 
i Rev. Boyce Kimball serves as Chaplain and Ms. Joy Maddrey assists him. 

Rev. Phil Wiggins serves as Chaplain to the Durham Police Department. Bibles 
i are given to each graduate of the Police Academy. 

BLACK CHURCH RELATIONS - This subcommittee is searching for ways Yates 3aptist 
! Association can best interface with local black associations. Plans are to 
? contact the Baptist State Convention to see if other associations are developing 

or have developed a Black Relations program. 

SPECIAL MISSION PROJECTS - Churches were encouraged to promote the Habitat for 
Humanity Walk that occurred during the summer. Several associational churches 
have been active in the efforts to build houses in 1988. Work groups from 
several churches gave many hours of volunteer labor. Two churches provided 



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hospitality for out of town work groups by allowing them to live in their church 
facilities for a week. Four members of the 12-member Board of Directors are 
members of Yates Baptist Association churches. 

STUDENT MINISTRIES - We assist through the budget the student work at UNC at 
Chapel Hill (Robert Phillips, Chaplain), Duke (Velma Ferrell, Chaplain) and 
Paige Chargois (Chaplain). Volunteers from associational churches are encouraged 
to assist in various ways. Churches provide opportunities for student groups to 
assist in worship service, special programs and concerts. 



Thank you for your prayers and support. 



RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ACTION 



(1) The Missions Development Program, Executive Committee, and the Association 
Board recommend that Southern Baptist Chapel of Chapel Hill come under 
watchcare of the association for one year. 

(2) The Missions Development Program, Executive Committee, and the Association 
Board, recommend that the North Durham Baptist Chapel come under watchcare 
of the association for one year. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Rich Erwin, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE 



Ordination has been a subject much debated in recent days. The Ordinations 
Committee urges each Christian to study the Scriptures personally about this 
issue so that a decision can be made under the leadership of the Holy Spirit 
instead of the spirit of the times in which we live or the deadening spirit of 
the traditions of men. 



Since each Southern Baptist Church is autonomous and can choose to ordain a 
person in its own right, the prevailing philosophy of the committee chairman has 
been to seek to make plain to the ordaining church just what the belief structure 
of their candidate is so that they might be able to ordain him in all good 
conscience. 

Candidate Ordaining Church 

Tom Ogburn Parkwood 
Ingil Cho Korean Mission 

Patti Lingafelt Lowes Grove 

Jimmy Camp Hope Valley 

Will Ward Carrboro 

Respectfully submitted, 



Benjamin Littlejohn, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

The Personnel Committee met several times during the year and the following 
resulted: 

(1) We accepted the resignation of Mrs. Martie McMahon as Administrative 
Assistant. Mrs. Kathy Thompson was employed to fill this position and began 



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work on May 2, 1988. She has learned her work quickly and is a hard worker. 

(2) In honor of Faye Bassett's 10th anniversary with the association, it was 
recommended the association approve the expenditure of $750 to cover the 
cost for her to attend one week at a Christian Social Ministeries Conference 
at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, November, 1988. 

(3) The committee recommended that a change in classification and job descrip- 
tion for the Director of Church and Community Ministries be made to include 
supervision of office personnel during the absence of the Director of 
Missions. 

(4) The committee recommended that during the absence of a Director of Missions, 
Mrs. Bassett's pay be increased $500 per month. These additional funds are 
to come from the DOM salary item in the budget. 

Annual staff reviews and performance evaluations were conducted. The committee 
was impressed with the fine staff. 

Please remember the staff in prayer as they serve during this interim period. 



Respectfully submitted. 

A.C. Sorrell, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE 

The theme for Associational Emphasis Week was, "Yates Association: Missionary 
at Heart". During this special emphasis week, the association provided posters 
and offering envelopes. Churches were encouraged to pray for associational 
mission and ministries through the association. They were also encouraged to 
visit the Resource Center during the week. 

For the week's emphasis and the 40th anniversary of Yates Baptist Association, 
the portraits of all Director of Missions for Yates Association from its organi- 
zational date in 1948 were framed and hung in the upstairs hallway of the 
Resource Center. 

The churches were also encouraged to give an offering to sponsor the Day Camp for 
inner-city children at Yates campground. The cost per child was $35. During 
this emphasis, the sponsorship reached 81 children for a total offering of 
$2,841.75. Volunteers were also needed to help with Bible study, crafts and 
other activities as well as those who could provide and/or make lunches for the 
day camp. 

There are many ministries and opportunities for volunteers in promoting ministry 
through "Yates Association: Missionary at Heart". 

Respectfully submitted, 

Dorothy Hicks, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE SENIOR ADULTS 

Attendance at quarterly meetings of the Associational Senior Adults continues to 
average over a hundred with a few more churches joining us this year. 



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The programs have been interesting and varied. In November, the Hee Haw Gang 
from Southern Pines presented a take-off on the television program with forty- 
five very energetic senior adults from the Southern Pines Church. The program 
was spiced with music, jokes and poems. It was found necessary to cancel the 
February meeting because of the sleet storm. 

At the May meeting, the Rev. Crate H. Jones spoke on the opportunities of adults 
in retirement and how they can contribute in their churches and in the community. 
The August meeting featured a sound-slide presentation, "A Visit To Canyonland", 
by Floyd and Margaret Rhodes. Visits were made to Grand Canyon and Zion National 
Park. 

One of our goals is to have representation at our meetings from all the churches 
in the Association. Why not come and join us? 

Respectfully submitted, 

Margaret Rhodes, Jr., President 

REPORT OF SINGLES 30-50 

The Singles 30-50 for the 1987/88 year consisted of activities conducted the 
second Saturday of each month including of: a trip to Roanoke, VA, ice cream 
social, cook-out, covered dish Christmas Party, chili supper, watermelon slice 
outing, art museum tour in Raleigh and several trips to local restaurants. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Sheila Durham, President 

REPORT OF SINGLES OVER 50 

Singles over 50 of Yates Baptist Associaiton have enjoyed a year of fellowship, 
learning and entertainment. 

We have had a monthly meeting on the first Saturday of the month, 1:00 p.m. 
except for July. 

Some of our meetings have been in churches and some in local restaurants. 

Helen Mumford has been in charge of our monthly programs. We were entertained 
by the Soloist, David Phipps and Rev. and Mrs. Crate Jones. A representative 
from Ronald McDonald House shared about their ministry to the community and we 
collected paper products for them. One month, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Herndon showed 
slides and talked about their trip to Russia. 

We learned more about our city as we viewed the film, "City of Medicine". Ted 
Stone came and shared his ministry of Drug Enlightment, also. A June picnic in 
the park (Wrightwood) was a good beginning of summer. Some meetings were just 
for fun as we played games and reminisced about school days, etc. 

We invite all singles over 50 to come and be a part of our organization. We 
meet on the first Saturday of the month. Meeting places are in the Yates 
Newsletter. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Darlene Harrill, President 



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REPORT OF THE YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE 



The Youth Committee has had a great year. Edith Shumate did her supervised 
ministry with Yates Association and was responsible for the excellent start. 
Last fall, we participated in a youth rally for the World Missions Conference at 
Durham Memorial. Also, we held a talent show at Temple. During the spring, we 
held a swim party at the YMCA, and youth workers' conference at Grey Stone. Just 
recently we sponsored Youth Olympics at Hope Valley. 

I thank each youth, youth minister and church that has helped to make this year 
a good year. Let us carry the excitement into 1989, as we share and fellowship 
in Christ. Be on the look out for our mission project upcoming. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Michael Shumate, Chairman 



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DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS REPORT 



I write this report for you as I prepare to leave my dearest friends to move to 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. As I said to many of you, this has been the most 
difficult decision of my life, because I love you so very much. 

You have been so positive in support of my leadership and the leadership of the 
Holy Spirit. For that support, I will always be grateful. 

In the last four years, we have accomplished a great deal. We created, funded, 
and called a Director of Church and Community Ministries. 

New churches have been started, including Leesville Road, Bahama, New Jerusalem, 
Southern Baptist Chapel of Chapel, and North Durham Baptist Chapel. We have 
also started a Korean Mission in Carrboro. 

Several churches engaged in PACT studies and almost half of our churches have 
engaged in Long Range Planning. 

We have developed and begun training for a local disaster relief plan. 

Giving to associational missions this year will be up 65% over 1984 giving. 

We have printed and made available to our churches, materials for associational 
emphasis week each of the last four years. 

We have upgraded office equipment, including the purchase of a computer. 
However, two more computers are needed so your staff can work more efficiently. 

We have reorganized the Brotherhood to make it more effective and get men and 
boys involved in mission projects. 

We conducted a highly successful World Missions Conference. 

We constructed a new Resource Center that is serving as a model for other such 
centers across our convention. 

The only area of association life I am very disappointed in is the lack of 
growth of our churches. Only 10 - 12 churches have shown any significant 
growth. Yet, this area continues to grow by a much larger rate. 

The future for Yates Baptists is very bright. With a new director of missions 
that is visionary and close to the Lord, then Yates Baptists should continue to 
grow, prosper, and minister in the name of Jesus Christ. 

Thank you for the opportunity that has been mine to minister in your behalf. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Marvin B. Sett le, Jr. 
May, 1984 - June, 1988 



66 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF CHURCH AND COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 



Yates Baptist Association, a family of churches, has extended its ministries 
throughout our area over this last year. We continue to commit our talents, 
facilities and financial resources to the mission opportunities before us. 
Volunteers have increased. Fellowship continues to be strong. Prayerfully, we 
continue to reach out and touch those who have spiritual, physical, and material 
needs. 

Crisis ministry has exploded with opportunities for ministries with many indi- 
viduals and families. 

We touched a mother of another faith and her children through crisis ministry 
and day camp. We gave the mother several versions of the Bible and shared 
comforting scripture passages as prayerfully we worked through difficult days. 
She related that this was the first time someone had taken time to do this. The 
two children enjoyed the activities of day camp and appreciated the love and 
concern they received from day camp leaders. How thankful we felt that we made 
a difference and had the opportunity to share Jesus' love with the family as we 
visited in the home. For it was after this that the mother died quite unex- 
pectedly. Can you imagine, or maybe you have experienced, the arms of a small 
child holding you tightly as the child tries to comprehend what has happened and 
why mother is no longer available to hold and comfort? 

Thank you for providing the means for us to have the opportunity to reach out 
and touch and comfort and bring some light in the darkness. 

Pray for the young lady who is attempting to begin a new life. Thank you for 
providing the means to assist her, thereby making a difference in her life. We 
have assisted by helping her secure an apartment. We have assisted by our 
availability to assure support, comfort, and tell her of Jesus' love for her. 
Leaving an old life is not easy. It is your generosity and Christian concern 
that have paved the way to open new doors and provide opportunities to share the 
Gospel with this woman. 

Pray for this year's Christmas Toy Store that God will send forth volunteers who 
feel a sense of call to minister and witness in this outreach effort. Because 
of your concern, five people made professions of faith last year during this 
ministry effort. It is through these mission opportunities that we find our own 
ministries and serve as the witnesses God intends us to be. 

Pray for Day Camp 1989. Pray that committed and loving leaders and volunteers 
will be available. Pray that transportation will be provided. Pray that the 
hearts of individuals touched by this ministry, as well as all of our ministries, 
will be receptive to God's message. 

Pray that members from our churches will seek to find the ministry that God has 
for each of us. Hurting people surround us. If we don't see and meet the needs, 
who will? It's not enough to see needs. We must also search for the needs. 
God is so generous to us. It is out of gratitude, love, and obedience that we 
serve Him. 

Let's GO to a world that needs Jesus. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Faye Oakley Bassett 



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REPORT OF THE AUDITOR 



Pages 68, 69 and 70 
(Detailed report available in the association office.) 




Bailey, Self, Harris and Company 
Certified Public Accountants 

First Federal Building, Post Office Box 37 
Durham, N.C. 27702, 919-688- 5551 



July 28, 1988 



Yates Baptist Association 
Durham, North Carolina 

We have reviewed the accompanying statement of assets, 
liabilities and fund balances arising from cash transactions 
of YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION as of December 31, 1987, and 
the related statement of revenues collected and expenses 
paid for the year then ended, in accordance with standards 
established by the American Institute of Certified Public 
Accountants. All Information included in these financial 
statements is the representation of the management of YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION. 

A review consists principally of inquiries of company 
personnel and analytical procedures applied to financial 
data. It is substantially less in scope than an examination 
in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards, 
the objective of which is the expression of an opinion 
regarding the financial statements taken as a whole. 
Accordingly, we do not express such an opinion. 

Based on our review, we are not aware of any material 
modifications that should be made to the accompanying 
financial statements in order for them to be in conformity 
with the cash basis of accounting, as described in Note #1. 




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EXHIBIT "A" 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 

STATEMENT OF ASSETS, LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES - CASH BASIS 
DECEMBER 31, 1987 



ASSETS 
URRENT ASSETS: 

Cash in Bank $ 128,131.56 

Total Assets $ 128,131.56 



LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES 
URRENT LIABILITIES: 

Note Payable - Note if 2 $ 9,668.12 

ONG TERM DEBT: 

Notes Payable - Note #2 234,252.79 
UND BALANCES: 

Camp Expansion $ 51,111.88 

Camp Swimming Pool 278.40 
Association Savings 69,630.96 
Resource Center - Restricted ( 255,000.00) 

General Fund Surplus 18, 189.41 

Total Fund Balances (Deficit) ( 115,789.35 ) 

Total Liabilities and Fund Balances $ 128,131.56 



■ee Accompanying Accountants' Review Report." 



69 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 
DECEMBER 31, 1987 



NOTE #1 - SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES 

Cash Basis - The Association's policy is to prepare its financial statements on the 
cash basis; consequently, certain revenues and the related assets are recognized 
when received rather than when earned and certain expenses are recognized when paid 
rather than when the obligation is incurred. 

Fixed Assets - The Association's policy is to expense all fixed assets when 
acquired. Consequently, the financial statements do not reflect fixed assets, 
accumulated depreciation and depreciation expense. 

NOTE if 2 - NOTES PAYABLE 

The Association had the following note payable at December 31, 1987: 

Wachovia Bank and Trust Company - Prime Rate Plus 
1/2% - Secured by Deed of Trust on Garrett Road 

Property $ 243,920.9 

Less: Current Portion 9 , 668. I 



Long-term Debt $ 234, 252. 7 1 



Following are maturities of long-term debt for each of the next five years: 

Year Ended 
December 31 

1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 

1993 and later 



$ 243,920.9 



$ 9,668.1: 
10,601.31 
11 , 624.6- 
12,746.6 
13,977.1 
185,303.2 



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ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT 
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1987 



CASH SUMMARY 



ON HAND AT BEGINNING 



$ 32,656.75 



WACHOVIA CHECKING $ 10,582.34 
RECEIPTS 263,017.05 

DISBURSEMENTS $_ 269,342.86 

TOTAL $ 4,256.53 

CCB CHECKING $ 22,074.41 
RECEIPTS 784.41 

DISBURSEMENTS 



TOTAL 



22,858.82 



TOTAL CASH 



$ 27,115.35 



BUDGET SUMMARY 

BUDGET ALLOCATION - 1987 $ 187,108.00 

RECEIPTS FOR BUDGET ACCOUNTS 186,320.06 
DISBURSEMENTS FOR BUDGET ACCOUNTS -176,598.63 
BUDGET BALANCE $ 9,721.43 



ON HAND 1/1/87 

GENERAL FUND 

NEW WORK REVOLVING FUND 

NEW WORK FUND 

CAMP DEVELOPMENT 



$ 29,851.72 
1,905.03 
0.00 
900.00 



TOTAL ON HAND 



$ 32,656.75 
YEAR TO DATE 



RECEIPTS 

INCOME 

RECEIPTS - CHURCHES $ 143,715.43 
SALES TAX REFUND 1,277.82 
INT. FROM CHECKING 295.92 
OTHER RECEIPTS 

STATE MISSION OFFERING 3,591.89 
NEW WORK FUND 150.00 
NEW WORK REVOLVING 1,905.03 
MINISTERIAL CARE FUND 500.00 
MONEY MARKET INTEREST 784.41 



DISBURSEMENTS 



500.00 
150.00 
1,905.03 
500.00 
784.41 



BUDGET 



BALANCE 



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RECEIPTS 


DISBURSEMENTS 


BUDGET 


BALANCE 


FELLOWSHIP, MISSIONS 










AND EVANGELISM 










EVANGELISM $ 


32.00 


$ 393.99 


$400.00 


$ 38.01 


BAPTIST CAMPUS MINISTRY 








UNC 


300.00 


3,900.00 


3,600.00 


0.00 


DUKE 


300.00 


2,100.00 


1,800.00 


0.00 


NCCU 




200.00 - 


400.00 


200.00 


ANNUAL MEETING 


1,455.00 


2,052.21 


600.00 


2.79 


KEY LEADERSHIP 


28.54 


406.50 


450.00 


72.04 


MISSIONS COMMITTEE 










KOREAN MISSION 


0.00 


1,905.03 


0.00 


0.00 


PRISON & JAIL CH. 


35.00 


2,435.00 


2,400.00 


0.00 


WORLD MISSIONSCONF. 


10,501.25 


8,670.50 


0.00 


0.00 


BAHAMA MISSION 


2,300.00 


4,100.00 


1,800.00 


0.00 


OLYMPICS 


1,335.32 


528.04 


0.00 


0.00 


LITERACY 






100.00 


100.00 


CONTACT 




600.00 


600.00 


0.00 


SINGLES OVER 50 




64.70 


75.00 


10.30 


SINGLES 30-50 






75.00 


75.00 


SENIOR ADULTS 






75.00 


75.00 


COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 




565.02 


500.00 


-65.02 


CHRISTIAN LIFE COMM. 


150.00 


350.00 


250.00 


50.00 


CHURCH GROWTH CONF. 


56.55 




0.00 


0.00 


MIN. CARE RETREAT 






250.00 


250.00 


STEWARDSHIP WORKSHOP 






250.00 


250.00 


TOY STORE 


939.88 


959.88 


0.00 


0.00 


DAY CAMP '87 


35.00 


35.00 


0.00 


0.00 


PERSONNEL 










DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 










BASE SUPPORT 




20,500.00 


20,500.00 


0.00 


HOUSING ALLOWANCE 




13,186.00 


13,186.00 


0.00 


ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIST. 




16,203.00 


16,203.00 


0.00 


SECRETARY 




11,102.00 


11,102.00 


0.00 


BOOKKEEPER 




2,371.57 


2,579.00 


207.43 


CAMP CARETAKER 




5,512.08 


5,512.00 


-0.08 


CCM DIRECTOR 


12,000.00 


18,000.00 


18,000.00 


6,000.00 


AUTOMOBILE EXPENSE 










DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 




2,120.00 


2,120.00 


0.00 


CCM DIRECTOR 




920.00 


920.00 


0.00 


ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIST. 


600.00 


600.00 


0.00 


RETIREMENT 










DOM(ANNUITANTPART) 




1,500.02 


1,500.00 


-0.02 


DOM (ASSOC. PART) 




1,500.07 


1,500.00 


-0.07 


CCM (ANNUITANT PART) 


- 


900.00 


900.00 


0.00 


CCM (ASSOC. PART) 




900.00 


900.00 


0.00 


ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIST. 


1,620.00 


1,620.00 


0.00 


SECRETARY 




1,110.00 


1,110.00 


0.00 


HOSPITAL - DOM 




1,733.28 


1,733.00 


-0.28 



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RECEIPTS 


DISBURSEMENTS 


BUDGET 


BALANCE 


PERSONNEL 










INSURANCE 










DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 




405.52 


400.00 


-5.52 


CCM DIRECTOR 




211.40 


180.00 


-31.40 


ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIST. 35.00 


85.00 


150.00 


100.00 


SOCIAL SECURITY 










DOM (TAXABLE) 




2,072.00 


2,072.00 


0.00 


OTHER EMPLOYEES 




3,803.11 


3,818.00 




ORGANIZATIONS & TRAINING 








LIBRARY & VISUAL AIDS 


805.70 


1,309.02 


550.00 


46.68 


YOUTH COUNCIL 


510.00 


710.00 


500.00 


300.00 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


403.00 


463.82 


200.00 


139.18 


SUNDAY SCHOOL 




430.71 


1200.00 


769.29 


CHURCH TRAINING 




344.95 


300.00 


-44.95 


WMU 


2,184.20 


3,561.55 


1,350.00 


-27.35 


BROTHERHOOD 


628.20 


1,186.61 


900.00 


341.59 


MUSIC 


478.46 


1,726.33 


1,300.00 


52.13 


DEACONS' COMMITTEE 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


SEMINARY EXTENSION 


160.34 


72.71 


100.00 


87.63 


CONV./CONF. DOM 




750.00 


750.00 


0.00 


CON V./ CON F. SECRETARIES 




652.50 


600.00 


-52.50 


SBC DEPOSIT 


20,747.00 


20,747.00 


0.00 


0.00 


AGAPE CORNER 


200.00 


200.00 


0.00 


0.00 


SPORTS 


4,945.00 


4,945.00 


0.00 


0.00 


OFFICE & ADMINISTRATION 








UTILITIES 




6,733.92 


7,000.00 


266.08 


MISCELLANEOUS 


4,585.87 


6,777.49 


750.00 


-1,441.62 


EQUIPMENT & REPAIRS 


822.34 


2,694.81 


2,000.00 


127.53 


INSURANCE 




2,058.00 


1,700.00 


-358.00 


WORKER'S COMPENSATION 


43.00 


534.00 


500.00 


9.00 


PROMOTION & STUDY 




575.14 


500.00 


-75.14 


PRINTING 


840.00 


2,141.98 


1,300.00 


-1.98 


POSTAGE 


130.90 


5,806.07 


5,300.00 


-375.17 


DIRECTORY 




70.07 


100.00 


29.93 


SERVICE CONTRACTS 




1,231.00 


900.00 


-331.00 


SUPPLIES 


6,677.44 


9,959.23 


4,000.00 


718.21 


AUDIT 




1,200.00 


1,000.00 


-200.00 


PUBLIC RELATIONS 


22.50 


524.20 


750.00 


248.30 


COMPUTER 


175.00 


175.00 


0.00 


0.00 


PETTY CASH 


60.00 


60.00 


0.00 


0.00 


JANITORIAL SERVICE 


112.25 


1,562.25 


1,500.00 


50.00 


PROPERTIES & MANAGEMENT 








CAMP OPERATING EXPENSES 


10,295.97 


10,296.97 


0.00 


0.00 


CAMP INSURANCE 


1,607.00 


1,607.00 


0.00 


0.00 


RES.CTR.DEBT RETIREMENT 


915.70 


32,743.42 


31,828.00 


0.28 


MISCELLANEOUS 










FICA TAX 


3,803.19 


3,803.19 


0.00 


0.00 


FED. W/H TAX 


6,413.00 


6,413.00 


0.00 


0.00 


STATE W/H TAX 


2,490.70 


2,490.70 


0.00 


0.00 


SALES TAX 


1.25 


1,330.22 


0.00 


0.00 


EMERGENCY FUND 


4,888.36 


4,888.36 


0.00 


0.00 


TOTALS 


$255,731.23 


$278,241.17 


$187,108.00 


$9,721.43 



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YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 

DESIGNATED FUND BALANCES: 



Beg. Balance Income Expenses Ending Balance 
1/1/88 9/30/88 



Camp Expansion Fund 


$51,111.88 


$2,018.80 


$ 0.00 


$53,130.68 


Camp Swimming Pool 


278.40 


11.10 


0.00 


289.50 


New Work Fund 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


Ministerial Care Fund 


0.00 


1,039.55 


0.00 


1,039.55 


Associational Savings 


69,630.96 


3,599.88 


15,200.00 


58,030.84 



TOTAL BALANCE ON HAND 9/30/88 $112,490.57 



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YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



1989 MINISTRY ACTION BUDGET 



FELLOWSHIP, MISSIONS, AND EVANGELISM 

It is difficult to say that one section of a budget is missions and another 
section of the budget is something else. All that an association does is 
missions, in the broader sense. For 1989, $24,430.00 is needed to accomplish 
special fellowship, missions, and evangelism projects. Yates Baptist Association 
is on the Home Mission Board's schedule for Metro Thrust in 1990. Training/ori- 
entation for this event begins January 1989. Metro Thrust is designed to help 
associations in select metropolitan areas do strategy planning and discover 
linkages to resourcing these strategies as needed and available. We continue an 
effective ministry with students at UNC, Duke, and NCCU. We support our new 
churches/missions - Carrboro Korean Mission, North Durham Chapel, and Southern 
Baptist Chapel of Chapel Hill. The Community Ministries program also needs funds 
to minister to police officers, mothers, and families in need. Many other 
ministry opportunities are made available through this portion of our budget. 



EVANGELISM $ 


300.00 


CAMPUS MINISTRIES - UNC 


3,700.00 


CAMPUS MINISTRIES - DUKE 


2,000.00 


CAMPUS MINISTRIES - NCCU 


400.00 


ANNUAL MEETING 


750.00 


KEY LEADERSHIP 


450.00 


MISSIONS - PRISON CHAPLAINCY 


2,400.00 


MISSIONS - KOREAN MISSION 


1,800.00 


MISSIONS - NORTH DURHAM CHAPEL 


4,800.00 


MISSIONS - SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHAPEL OF 




CHAPEL HILL 


4,800.00 


METRO THRUST 


1,000.00 


SINGLES OVER 50 


75.00 


SINGLES 30-50 


75.00 


SENIOR ADULTS 


100.00 


COMMUNITY MINISTRIES - 




MEDICAL MISSION STUDY 


200.00 


COMMUNITY MINISTRIES - PREGNANCY SUPPORT 


250.00 


COMMUNITY MINISTRIES- POLICE CHAPLAINCY 


230.00 


COMMUNITY MINISTRIES - SEWING CLASS 


250.00 


COMMUNITY MINISTRIES - 




VOLUNTEER RECOGNITION 


100.00 


CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE 


250.00 


MINISTERIAL CARE WORKSHOP 


500.00 


SUBTOTAL $24,430.00 



PERSONNEL 

Our Personnel Committee believes that we have assembled one of the finest 
association staffs in the country. The Personnel Committee would like to have 
done more in the way of salary increases; however, with limited funds, we feel 
this is the best that we can do at this time. Our staff plans, coordinates, and 
conducts the administration and actual ministry of many association programs. 



DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS - BASE SALARY $25,033.00 

DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS - HOUSING 10,000.00 

DIRECTOR OF CCM - BASE SUPPORT 20,592.00 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 17,325.00 

SECRETARY 12,123.00 

BOOKKEEPER 2,520.00 



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CAMP CARETAKER 
AUTOMOBILE EXPENSE - 
AUTOMOBILE EXPENSE - DIR. CCM 
AUTOMOBILE EXPENSE - ADM. ASST. 
RETIREMENT - DOM ANNUITANT PORTION 
RETIREMENT - DOM ASSOCIATION PORTION 
RETIREMENT- DIR. CCM ANNUITANT PORTION 
RETIREMENT- DIR CCM ASSOCIATION PORTION 
RETIREMENT - SECRETARY 
HOSPITALIZATION - DOM 
INSURANCE - DOM 
INSURANCE - DIR. CCM 
SOCIAL SECURITY - COM (1/2 OF 13.02%) 
SOCIAL SECURITY - EMPLOYEES 
SUBTOTAL | 



0.00* 



2,204.00 
956.00 
624.00 
1,500.00 
3,503.00 
1,030.00 
2,059.00 
1,464.00 
1,980.00 
400.00 
274.00 
2,280.00 
4,400.00 



$110,267.00 



ORGANIZATIONS AND TRAINING 

We have been fortunate over the last several years to be able to provide 
some of the best leadership training workshops available. These workshops train 
lay leadership to serve, minister, lead, and follow to get Christ's work done in 
our area. We are making special attempts at this work by re-organizing Brother- 
hood and the youth programs. Woman's Missionary Union is emphasizing service 
and witnessing. Sunday School is emphasizing outreach. Church Training is 
emphasizing leadership training and new member training. Music is emphasizing 
music education and music in worship. TACMO emphasizes education through media. 
We are indeed fortunate that these programs help our churches minister in 
greater, more effective ways. 



OFFICE AND ADMINISTRATION 

This portion of our budget provides the base upon which all of our minis- 
tries can be conducted. One of the recommendations from the Personnel Committee 
was that office equipment continue to be updated and upgraded, so that the staff 
can function and operate more effectively. Providing the necessary tools and 
materials is essential if ministry is to be effective. 



UTILITIES 


$ 7,500.00 


MISCELLANEOUS 


1,000.00 


EQUIPMENT & REPAIRS 


1,000.00 


INSURANCE 


2,252.00 


WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION 


690.00 


PROMOTION & STUDY - DOM 


500.00 


PROMOTION & STUDY - DIR. CCM 


320.00 


PRINTING 


4,300.00 


POSTAGE 


6,300.00 



LIBRARY & VISUAL AIDS 

YOUTH COMMITTEE 

MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 

CHURCH TRAINING 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

BROTHERHOOD 

MUSIC 

DEACONS' COMMITTEE 
SEMINARY EXTENSION 
CONVENTION/CONFERENCES - DOM 
CONVENTION/CONFERENCES - DIR. CCM 
SUBTOTAL 



$ 



800.00 
600.00 
250.00 
850.00 
300.00 
1,850.00 
1,350.00 
1,400.00 
350.00 
100.00 
500.00 
500.00 
8,850.00 



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DIRECTORY 100.00 

SERVICE CONTRACTS 1,315.00 

SUPPLIES 4,200.00 

AUDIT 1,400.00 

PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE 875.00 

JANITORIAL SERVICE 2, 100.00 
SUBTOTAL $ 33,852.00 



PROPERTIES AND MANAGEMENT 

The Yates Baptist Association is fortunate to have in addition to the 
Resource Center, a canp located on Wake Forest Highway. Last summer's day 
camping program was a tremendous success because such a facility was available 
for use. Several churches used the camp in 1988 for camps, retreats, and day 
outings. 



CAMP OPERATING EXPENSE - UTILITIES $ 5,600.00 
CAMP OPERATING EXPENSE - 

MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS 2,000.00 
CAMP INSURANCE 1,750.00 
RESOURCE CENTER DEBT RETIREMENT 31,828.00 

SUBTOTAL $ 41,178.00 



TOTAL $218,577.00 



* Camp Caretaker's Salary - $6,019.00 to come from interest on savings account. 
(In February, 1988, the Association Board voted to take the caretaker's salary, 
utilities and insurance from interest on the association savings account. The 
1989 proposed budget reinstates utilities and insurance. The Finance Committee 
plans to reinstate salary in 1990.) 



RECOMMENDATION; 

In addition to the adoption of this 1989 budget, the Finance Committee 
recommends that the association promote a special fund for persons to make 
contributions for day camping scholarships for the 1989 Day Camp season. Camper 
scholarships would be $35.00 per child. 



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HISTORY OF GORMAN BAPTIST CHURCH 



Gorman Baptist Church was organized on its present site in 1916 with 54 members 
reported in the first year. Rev. James L. Martin was called as pastor and led 
in construction of the first sanctuary. Prior to 1925, the following pastors 
served the church: J..B. Davis, Paul Hartsell and H.G. Dorsett. 

The years from 1925 to 1941 marked a significant period.of growth and development 
under the leadership of Z.B. Teal as pastor. Membership of the church had 
reached 256 in 1937 with a Sunday School enrollment of 240. The Woman's Mission- 
ary Union was organized in 1925 and the Baptist Training Union (B.Y.P.U.) in 
1929. The original frame building, erected in 1916, was replaced by a brick 
sanctuary, which was entered in 1940, near the close of Teal's ministry at 
Gorman. It is reported that few people lived in the Gorman community who were 
not reached and brought into the church. 

The interior of the sanctuary was completed under the leadership of M. Fred 
Scott (1942-1945). A pastor's home was constructed in 1947 and an educational 
building was begun in 1951, during the pastorate of John T. Edwards (1945-1952). 
The interior of the second and third floors of the educational building was 
completed under the leadership of Thomas L. Reece (1953-1954). The sanctuary 
was enlarged and refurnished in the early part of Victor S. Dowd's ministry 
(1954-1962). Extensive renovation, redecoration and air conditioning of the 
educational facilities were accomplished in 1964 under leadership of Julian M. 
Motley, who became pastor in May of 1963. Building projects since that time 
have included the relocation and enlargement of church office facilities in 
1967, renovation and enlargement of the pastor's home in 1971, the purchase and 
enlargement of an associate's home in 1975 and total renovation and reconstruc- 
tion of the interior of the sanctuary in 1984. 

The Gorman church has enjoyed steady growth throughout its history under the 
leadership of long term pastorates. 

Present church membership is 940 with a Sunday School enrollment of 640. Long 
range plans have been adopted in anticipation of heavy growth, which has been 
projected for the area of the county served by the church during the next 
decade. Additional land has been purchased and building facilities are currently 
being planned as part of the preparation for growth in the community. 

Three foreign missionary families and a mission church in West Virginia are 
under sponsorship of the church, which allocates twenty percent of all budget 
offerings to mission causes. A kindergarten and day care ministry was begun in 
1976 and continues to serve a wide area effectively. The congregation has 
ordained six men to the gospel ministry and has six others currently in training 
or serving in ministries. The church is operating in this year (1988) on a 
budget of $353,665 and will give $70,733 of this to missions. 

The story of a church is a story of its congregation, their joys and sorrows, 
their victories and failures, their dedication and sacrifices. More than these, 
however, it is the story of the faithfulness and goodness of God to His people 
through His Son, the Blessed Redeemer and Lord Jesus Christ, to whom the congre- 
gation wishes to give endless honor and praise. 



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HISTORY OF TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH 



On Sunday afternoon, June 19, 1938, H.A. Basden with another Christian layman, 
Quilley Hans ley, opened a Mission Sunday School on Alston Avenue Road. Mr. 
Basden felt there was a real need for God's work in the community. Attendance 
at the first service was twenty (20). The Sunday School met in a vacant service 
station owned by Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wynne, which they rented to Mr. Basden for 
two dollars ($2.00) per week. Mr. Basden was elected Superintendent and Mr. 
Hans ley was elected Assistant Superintendent. 

Land was bought from Mr. and Mrs. Gus Godwin on Alston Avenue for the sum of 
$175.00 and a church building was erected with the first service being held in 
this new building January, 1941. The church was called the Alston Avenue 
Community Church with 22 charter members; H.A. Basden was called as pastor and 
licensed to preach. By October, 1943 the indebtedness of the church building 
had been paid off. First Homecoming was held on October 31, 1943. 

The Mission Sunday School grew from the beginning and in July, 1944, Rev. F.D. 
Hemphill brought out workers and helped the church hold its first Bible School 
which was a big success. Rev. Hemphill talked with Mr. Basden concerning 
becoming a Missionary Baptist Church. This was brought before the church by Mr. 
Basden and on October 8, 1944, the Alston Avenue Community Church was dissolved 
and the congregation was organized into a missionary Baptist Church. After 
adoption of the Articles of Faith and Church Covenant, H.B. Anderson brought 
greetings from the Baptist Council of Durham explaining the work and objectives 
of the Council. H.A. Basden was nominated and elected as the first pastor, R.L. 
Jackson elected to serve as Deacon, Mrs. Bertie Williams elected as church clerk 
and Mrs. H.A. Basden, Sr. elected a church treasurer. The newly reorganized 
church, Alston Avenue Baptist, with a membership of 54 was accepted into the Mt. 
Zion (Yates) Association. R.L. Jackson, J.R. Glenn and John Hamm were elected 
as delegates. The pastor, H.A. Basden, Sr. was ordained as minister on January 
7, 1945. 

In 1945, membership increased to seventy-five. Sunday School enrollment was 110 
and the Woman's Missionary Society was organized with twenty members, selecting 
as their motto, "But seek ye first the Kingdom of God and His Righteousness and 
all these things shall be added unto you". 

Vermelle Rich and Mitchell Allen were the first couple to be married in the 
Alston Avenue Baptist Church on September 21, 1945. 

In 1949, the first Church Budget was adopted, our Pastor worked a full-time job 
and served as full-time pastor without any salary. His first salary was seven 
hundred and fifty dollars for the year 1949 with assistance from the Baptist 
State Convention. Rev. Basden offered his resignation on July 11, 1956 due to 
declining health. At that time, church membership was one hundred and sixty 
three and the church building had been enlarged with no indebtedness. 

At the business meeting held on May 9, 1962 the church voted to purchase 7.2 
acres of land on So Hi Drive for $15,000 from Mr. Roland Williams in order to 
build a new church. This property was paid for in full on March 31, 1965. 

In January, 1965 plans were formulated, $75,000 of church bonds were sold and 
work began on the new church building. Mr. Harvey Montague was awarded the 
contract and agreed to build the church for cost plus 10%; suggesting total cost 
should not exceed $65,000. Suggestions were made that since the church was 
moving to a new location, the church should consider changing its name. After 
much discussion by the membership, it was agreed that the new church would be 



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called Trinity Baptist Church. The church held its first worship service in the 
new building in December, 1965 with dedication services held; members of sister 
churches within the association were invited. 

On August 29, 1965, the church voted to take necessary steps to build a parsonage 
on the property at So-Hi Drive; the house was also contracted to Montague 
Building Company for a price of $15,000. 

Our Interim Pastor, Rev. Mumford gave Trinity much assistance with financial 
problems, and on December, 1967 Rev. Mumford presented to the church, checks 
(amount not stated in the minutes) he had secured from sister churches within 
the Association. 

The first standard Bible School was held at night for two weeks with an enroll- 
ment of 112 in June, 1968. The "Monthly Visitor", the first newsletter of the 
church was published on July 25, 1968 and the first youth service was held 
during August, 1968. 

During the next two years, there were many exciting events taking place. 
The newsletter's name was changed from the "Monthly Visitor" to "Trinity Trum- 
pet". The first Family Life Conference was held to help families reach a deeper 
understanding of their faith. RA's was reorganized, WMU organized the "Rocking 
Chair Club" and Gerald Payne, Jr. and George Dillon were licensed to preach. Mr. 
"Doc" Ha mm donated a 7 1/2 ton air condition unit to be installed on the first 
floor of the church. During March 5-7, 1972, one of the rallies for the Spireno 
Crusade was held at Trinity. Another gift of $800 was given by Mrs. Parker and 
Mrs. Sewell, nieces of Mrs. Ethyl Maynard to be used in installation of air 
condition in the sanctuary. 

The church voted to replace the old organ and a committee was selected in June, 
1975. The organ fund had grown to $1,200, but the total cost of the new Rodgers 
100 model with sound cabinet cost $6,750. Pearson Music Company was willing to 
give $500 for the old organ and $690 off the sound cabinet as a gift. At the 
July, 1975 business meeting a recommendation was brought to the church that the 
organ be purchased and financed for 90 days with a review on any unpaid balance 
not collected. Motion carried and organ was purchased and paid for in 90 days. 

Baptist Young Women were organized on November 9, 1976 with seven young women 
present. WMU at Trinity now had all five WMU age level organizations. 

In January, 1977, Trinity voted in the business meeting to hire an architect to 
draw up new plans for a new addition to the church building. Plans were received 
and the church voted to begin building the new addition using monies given 
through the building fund and by selling bonds in February, 1979. On May 29, 
1977 ground breaking was held after the morning worship service. Bonds were 
sold during the week of June 19-24, 1977 and Durham Construction Company was 
awarded the contract with an approximate completion date of December 1, 1977. 

On Sunday morning, June 3, 1979, the note on the original building was burned 
indicating all outstanding balance had been paid. 

A permanent church sign was erected at the church by the Buildings and Grounds 
Committee members during March, 1980 for a cost of $500. 

On January 20, 1982, after discussion by those attending the business meeting, 
it was decided that we send Gideon bibles in honor of Rev. Hubert Mumford, 
former Association Director for Yates Association and a long time friend and 
past Interim Pastor at Trinity. 

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The largest offering ever given to the Lottie Moon Christmas offering was 
$1,513 given during December, 1982. Total membership at Trinity in 1934 was 431 
383 resident and 48 nonresident). Total contributions to all mission was 
$5,012. 

In December, 1984, Debbie Lynn was granted a statement of approval to attend 
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Ms. Lynn was involved in missions 
while at Trinity, working with BYW. Helping with summer camp, assisting Dan and 
Linda Skipper, Ms. Lynn felt the call for full time Christian work and returned 
to college to prepare for this call. Ms. Lynn has served at Hollo way Street 
Baptist Church assisting with the deaf ministry as well as being active in her 
church in Raleigh, NC. 

During the history of Trinity Church, the following pastors and interim's have 
served the church: 



Former Pastors 






Interim Pastors 




H.A. Basden, Sr. 


1940- 


1956 


Hubert Mumford 


1967 


C.E. Ange 


1956- 


1960 


Elmo Scott ing 


1969 


Richard Milham 


1960- 


1963 


Aubery Quakenbush 


1973 


Samuel Edwards 


1964- 


1967 


George Shore 


1979 


Johnnie McBride 


1968- 


1969 


John Freeman 


1981 


James L. Jackson 


1970- 


1973 


Doug Willett 


1987 


Norman Gardner 


1974- 


1979 


E.L. Bradley 


1988 


Stiles Ellison 


1980- 


1980 






Benton Barron 


1981- 


1985 






William Landers 


1985 









YEARS FOR PUBLISHING CHURCH HISTORIES IN MINUTES 



1989 Guess Road and Calvary 

1990 Plainview and Westwood 

1991 Park View and Bethesda 

1992 Yates and Olive Branch 

1993 Temple and Angier Avenue 

1994 Red Mountain and Ephesus 

1995 Grey Stone and Edgemont 

1996 Carrboro and Grace 

1997 Lakewood and First 

1998 Mount Hermon and Ebenezer 

1999 Faith and Ridgecrest 

2000 Hope Valley and Cresset 

2001 Homestead Heights and Fieldcrest 

2002 Page Road and Parkwood 

2003 Bells and Cedar Fork 

2004 Lystra and Braggtown 

2005 Berea and Mount Pisgah 

2006 Mount Moriah and Mount Gilead 

2007 Lowe's Grove and Mount Carmel 

2008 Farrington Road and West Durham 

2009 Leesville Road and Bahama 

2010 New Jerusalem and Rose of Sharon 

2011 University and Watts Street 

2012 Durham Memorial and Cheek Heights 

2013 Holloway Street and Immanuel 



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MEALS FOR ASSOCIATION AL & WMU ANNUAL MEETING 



1988 



1989 



1990 



1991 



1992 



1993 



WMU Annual Meeting Group Group Group Group Group Group 

(Spring) 3 4 1 2 3 4 



Associational Annual 
Meeting (October) 



Group 
1 



Group 
2 



Group 

3 



Group 
4 



Group 
1 



Group 

2 



GROUP I 



Braggtown 

Carrboro 

Ebenezer 



Grey Stone 
Guess Road 
Immanuel 



Mount Hermon 
Mount Mori ah 
Rose of Sharon 



University 
Watts Street 
West Durham 
Westwood 



GROUP 



Bahama 
Bells 
Cresset 
Ephesus 



Farrington Road 

Lakewood 

Lystra 



Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Pisgah 



New Jerusalem 
Park wood 
Temple 
Yates 



GROUP 



Calvary 
Cheek Heights 
Durham Memorial 



Faith 

Fie ldc rest 
First 



Gorman North Durham Chapel 

Grace Plainview 

Holloway Street Red Mountain 

Leesville Road Ridgecrest 



GROUP IV 



Angier Avenue 
Be re a 
Bethesda 



Cedar Fork Hope Valley 

Edgemont Lowe's Grove 

Homestead Heights Olive Branch 



So. 



Page Road 
Park View 
Baptist Chapel 
of Chapel Hill 
Trinity 



Please note that churches are not asked to serve two meals in the same year. 



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REPORT OF THE GENERAL BOARD 



The General Board is the convention between annual sessions. Made up of one or 
two representatives from each association, it meets three times a year. Two 
meetings are held at Caraway Conference Center and one on one of our college 
campuses. This year we met at Mars Hill College. Special meetings can be 
called. Decisions and business transactions are made at these sessions, many as 
recommendations subject to convention approval. 

Representatives from Yates Association are Jerry Harper of Mt. Hermon Baptist 
Church and Crate Jones, Interim Pastor of First Baptist. Everett Smith is to be 
approved by the State Convention to replace Jerry Harper whose term expires this 
year. A word of appreciation is in order for Jerry's contribution to the work 
of North Carolina Baptists. 

One of the major recommendations is a change in the way members of the Enrollment 
Committee and the Committee on Committees will be elected. The President and 
Vice President will be a committee to make nominations to these committees, 
subject to the approval of the General Board. There the names will be presented 
for approval of the convention. This makes the work a shared responsibility 
instead of the full responsibility of the President. 

Other recommendations and a full report will be given at the State Convention in 
November. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Crate Jones 
Jerry Harper, Sr. 



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IN MEMORIAM 



ANGIER AVENUE:Mr. Tasker R. Bane, Mr. Fletcher McLendon (Mack) Crawford, Mrs. 

Annie Eddins, Mrs. C.J. Fuller, Mrs. Mabel Garrett, Mr. G. Edward Gooch, Mr. 

C. Vernon Gulley, Mrs. Ethel Markham, Mrs. Edith NeaL Mr. S.G. (Gus) 

Rigsbee, Mrs. Mae Rigsbee, Mrs. Pauline Rose, Mr. Charles B. SorrelL Mr. 

Freddie StelL Mr. F.L. Thomas, Jr., Mrs. Annie LaRue Wilson. 
BAHAMA: 

BELLS: Mr. W.H. Horton, Mr. Co lie Howard, Mrs. Emma Hunt, Mrs. Bert McCoy, 

Mrs. Alma Scott. 
BEREA: Mrs. Mary W. Farrell 

BETHESDA: Mrs. Daisy Kerr, Mr. Elton King, Mrs. Eva McKenna, Mrs. Annie Morris, 

Mrs. Rosa Paschall, Mrs. Virginia Ross. 
BRAGG TOWN: Mrs. Do Hie Carson, Mrs. N.A. Draper, Mrs. Gertrude Gardner, Mr. R.G. 

Hill, Mr. W.L. Jenkins, Mrs. W.O. Lawrence, Mr. John Long, Mrs. Martha 

Scoggins, Mr. R.A. Suggs, Mrs. Milton Whitfield. 
CALVARY: Ms. Ruby Booth, Mr. Walter Brantley, Ms. Pauline Creech, Ms. Virginia 

Edwards, Ms. Beulah FerrelL Mr. B.J. Griffin, Ms. Lula HalL Mr. Ray 

Huddleston, Mr. Bob King, Mr. James Reuss. 
CARRBORO: Mrs. Sallie Blake, Mrs. Eliza E. Davis, Mr. Jeter P. Ellington, Sr., 

Mrs. Gertrude Harward, Mrs. Patsy Ruth Hicks, Mrs. Beulah Horne, Mr. Leon 

Ivey, Mr. Stacey Neville, Mrs. Virginia Wilson, Mr. Michael Zulkoski. 
CEDAR FORK: Mr. Eugene Carrington, Mr. Lewis Cole lough, Mr. Joe Hogan. 
CHEEK HEIGHTS:Mrs. Shirley ChappelL Mr. Alex Lesperance, Mr. James McKee, Mrs. 

Effie Watson. 

CRESSET: Mr. Q.C. Durham, Mr. Ernest Finegan, Mrs. Mabel Ingold, Mr. Tom Price. 
DURHAM MEMORIAL: Mr. Wiley Evans, Mr. Vernon Freeman, Mr. Thomas J. Fuller, 

Mr. James W. Holt, Mr. H.W. Markham, Mrs. Irene Newton, Mr. E.T. Parrish. 
EBENEZER: Mrs. Vesta Langley, Mr. James Yates. 

EDGEMONT: Mrs. Claude Buchanan, Mr. Frank Denning, Mrs. Ruby Dixon, Mrs. 
Virginia Hilliard, Mrs. Alice Nance, Mrs. Estelle Ragan, Mrs. Lula 
Stansbury. 

EPHESUS: Mrs. Lilly Blackwood, Mr. Thomas Harrison, Mr. Horton King, Mr. Edgar 

McFarling, Mrs. Marie Morton, Mr. Curtis Hudson, Mrs. Ruth Vann. 
FAITH: Mrs. Judy Hicks, Mr. George Lumsden, Mr. Rufus Sneed. 
FARRINGTON ROAD: 
FIELDCREST: Mr. Elvin Wilkins. 

FIRST: Mr. W.K. Boger, Mrs. Mamie Christian, Dr. Sam Cooke, Mr. Don Dowdy, 
Mrs. Nettie Hulin, Mrs. Ruby Jones, Mrs. Sallie Lamm, Mrs. Lily A. Lawrence, 
Mrs. Irma McGalliard, Mrs. Amy C. Pearce, Mrs. Bessie Pearce, Mr. Henry 
Perkins, Mr. W.I. Pickett, Mrs. Janet M. Rhodes, Mrs. Estelle Rudd, Mrs. 
Annie P. Sherman, Mrs. Delia Werner, Mrs. Felcie Williams. 

GORMAN: Mr. J.G. Clark, Sr., Mrs. Delma Clayton, Mr. Bill Cope, Sr., Mr. 
Charles Glenn, Miss Portia Husketh, Mr. R.B. Summerlin, Mrs. Neta Veasey. 

GRACE: Mrs. Marjorie Blalock, Mr. Connie Brown, Mr. Cleason S. Dhue, Mr. 
Broadus E. Durst, Sr., Mrs. Allene Gentry, Mrs. Vallie Howington, Mrs. Grace 
Hulin, Miss Susan Johnson, Mr. Roy Jones, Miss Florence Waller, Mr. N.W. 
Young, Sr. 

GREY STONE: Mrs. Blanche Allison, Mrs. Betty Brown, Mrs. Katie Cameron, Mr. 

Frank Christie, Mr. Harris Fetner, Mrs. Louise Garrard, Mrs. Connie Gentry, 

Mrs. Lucy Gunter, Mr. John Lovette, Mrs. Virgie Martin, Mr. A.C. Parker, Mr. 

Ire Rigsbee, Mrs. Russell Stager, Mrs. Lola Strawbridge, Mrs. Hazel Vickers, 

Mr. Coy Weaver, Mrs. Helen Weaver. 
GUESS ROAD: Mrs. Rachael Marlin. 

HOLLOW AY STREET: Mrs. Sudie Barbour, Mrs. Mamie Franklin, Mr. Claude Herndon, 
Mrs. Leonard Pearson, Mr. William Richards, Mrs. Ola Weaver, Mrs. Ruby West, 
Mr. Howard Yates, Sr. 



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HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS: Mr. Roy Smith, Mr. Russ Stager, Ms. Evelyn Walters, Ms. 

Nettie Watson. 
HOPE VALLEY: Mr. Roy Atkins. 
IMMANUEL: Mr. Coleman NoelL Mr. B.E. Suggs. 

LAKEWOOD: Mrs. Mabel Black ley, Miss Gene Harris, Mr. J.R. Pickett. 
LEESVILLE ROAD: 

LOWE'S GROVE: Mr. James Fletcher, Mr. Ronald Gilmore, Mr. A.C. Terry, Mrs. 

Telga Vaughn. 
LYSTRA: Ms. Polly Cheek. 

MOUNT CAR MEL: Mrs. Nellie Crabtree, Mr. Wayne Horton. 
MOUNT GILEAD: Mr. Jimmy Elgin, Miss Lila Horton, Mrs. Ola Williams. 
MOUNT HER MON:Pdr. Curtis Bane, mr. John Chester Bland, Mr. Wayland Godwin, Mrs. 
Elsie Paschall. 

MOUNT MORIAH:Mrs. Joyce Brown, Mrs. Lois Couch, Mr. Calvin Repass. 

MOUNT PISGAH:Mrs. Thelma Byrd, Mr. Robert H. Clark, Mr. W.S. DanieL Mrs. 

Pauline Yates. 
NEW JERUSALEM: 

NORTH DURHAM BAPTIST CHAPEL: 

OLIVE BRANCH: Mrs. Archie Cooke, Mrs. Maybe lie Linker, Mr. Anthony Lopez, Mr. 

Paul Tart. 
PAGE ROAD: 

PARKVIEW: Mr. Mack Green, Mr. William Lyndon, Mrs. Micky NeaL Mr. Jack Palmer, 

Mrs. Dot Tilley, Mr. Bill Williams, Mrs. Mary Woods. 
PARK WOOD: Mr. W.K. Weller, Mr. Milton Wethington. 

PLAIN VIEW: Mr. Charlie Cleary, Mrs. Inez Howard, Mrs. Maude Proctor, Mrs. Li Hie 

Ray, Mrs. Stell Riggs, Mrs. Gladys Rigsbee. 
RED MOUNTAIN:Mrs. Annie R. Russell, Mr. Freddie Tilley, Mrs. Hassie Walker. 
RIDGECREST: Mr. Gary Ball. 

ROSE OF SHARON: Mrs. Helen Knott, Mrs. Verona Nifong, Mrs. Bertha Rhew, Mr. 

Harold Roberts. 
SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHAPEL OF CHAPEL HILL: 

TEMPLE: Mr. Bryant Bobbitt, Mr. James C. Bovven, Mrs. Aileen Clark, Mr. W. 
Stanley Jones, Mr. J. Waldron Lewter, Miss Nellie Lloyd, Mr. Woodrow Lowry, 
Mr. Carl F. Pickett, Mrs. Cynthia Rigsbee, Mrs. Clara Watkins, Mrs. Joyce 
Wicks. 

TRINITY: Mr. Alvin Conway, Mrs. Drusilla Montague, Mrs. Myrtle Thomas. 
UNIVERSITY: Mr. Harvey Bennett, Mr. J.E. Gilmore, Jr. Mrs. Edith Pendergraft, 

Mr. Corydon SpruilL Mrs. Ruth Ward. 
WATTS STREET: Mrs. Nina W. Gryder, Mrs. Annie B. Johnson, Mrs. Aggie R. May, 

Mrs. Rena J. McDevitt, Ms. Mary W. Ragan, Ms. Elizabeth J. Ramsey, Mr. 

Harold W. Rogers, Mrs. Nellie D. Werner, Mr. Robert H. Young, Jr. 
WEST DURHAM: Mrs. Sarah Bullock, Mr. James Mayo. 

WE ST WOOD: Mrs. Hattie Blanchard, Mrs. Margie L. Day, Mr. Edward J. Hart, Mrs. 

Lucy Jackson, Mrs. Clara Jones, Mrs. Juda Meadows, Mrs. Sallie Underwood, 

Mrs. Kuma McGranahan. 
YATES: Mrs. Bessie Crutchfield, Mr. J.J. Evans, Jr., Mr. Raymond Hedrick, 

Mrs. Gladys Pickett, Mr. A.D. Williamson. 



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YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



CHURCHES 



ANGIER AVENUE DR. CHARLES DORMAN 

P.O. BOX 11296 DURHAM, NC 27703 

BAHAMA REV. CAMERON ERVIN 

7918 WILLARDVILLE STATION ROAD BAHAMA, NC 27503" 
BELLS DR. ANDREW PICKENS 

ROUTE 3 BOX 140 APEX, NC 27502 

BEREA REV. J. A. FOGLEMAN 

5011 FAYETTEVILLE ROAD DURHAM, NC 27502 

BETHESDA REV. ERNEST H. FERRELL 

1914 S. MIAMI BLVD. DURHAM, NC 27703 

BRAGGTOWN REV. CARL E. HERWEYER 

P.O. BOX 15022 DURHAM, NC 27704 

CALVARY DR. ROY E. DEBRAND 

1204 LYNN ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 

CARRBORO DR. JESSE J. CROOM 

P.O. BOX 156 CARRBORO, NC 27510 

CEDAR FORK REV. MICHAEL SHUMATE 

ROUTE 1 BOX 229 MORRI SVILLE, NC 27560 

CHEEK HEIGHTS REV. RONALD S. CAVA 

826 HARDEE STREET DURHAM, NC 27703 

CRESSET REV. DANNY GLOVER 

3707 GARRETT ROAD DURHAM, NC 27707 

DURHAM MEMORIAL DR. GERALD C. GOODWIN 

2703 HOLLOWAY STREET DURHAM, NC 27703 

EBENEZER DR. TOBIE P. STONE 

ROUTE 2 BOX 422-A DURHAM, NC 27705 

EDGEMONT REV. FORREST M. GALE 

1003 E. MAIN STREET DURHAM, NC 27701 
EPHESUS REV. EL WOOD C. MASSEY, JR. 

4700 EPHESUS CHURCH & POPE ROADDURHAM, NC 27707 
FAITH DR. RANDALL T. POLLOCK 

3321 CHEEK ROAD DURHAM, NC 27704 

FAR RING TON ROAD DR. LYNN M. BULLOCK 

ROUTE 12 BOX 121 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

FIELDCREST REV. NORMAN GOSSETT 

1815 GLENN SCHOOL ROAD DURHAM, NC 27704 

FIRST 

414 CLEVELAND STREET DURHAM, NC 27701 

GORMAN REV. JULIAN MOTLEY 

3315 E. GEER STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 

GRACE DR. FRANK ZEDICK 

1004 N. MANGUM STREET DURHAM, NC 27701 
GREY STONE DR. MALBERT SMITH 

P.O. BOX 2686 DURHAM, NC 27705 

GUESS ROAD DR. BENJAMIN LITTLEJOHN 

3102 GUESS ROAD DURHAM, NC 27705 

HOLLOWAY STREET REV. MICHAEL BERRYMAN 

1415 HOLLOWAY STREET DURHAM, NC 27703 

HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 

4007 HOLT SCHOOL ROAD DURHAM, NC 27704 

HOPE VALLEY DR. JAMES I. MURPHY 

6900 GARRETT ROAD DURHAM, NC 27707 

LM MANUEL REV. RAYMOND C. JOHNS, JR. 

3573 HILLSBOROUGH ROAD DURHAM, NC 27705 



596-6430 
471-3181 
362-6090 
544-7151 
596-2158 
477-6440 
596-2592 
967-3056 
941-5124 
683-1997 
489-2655 
596-7350 
383-6668 
682-3251 
489-4483 
682-8750 
489-5889 
688-1248 
688-7308 
688-3947 
688-6765 
286-2281 
471-4893 
688-471L 
477-3859 
493-1809 
383-1422 



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LAKEWOOD REV. EVERETTE J. SMITH 439-2357 

2100 CHAPEL HILL ROAD DURHAM, NC 27707 

LEESVILLE ROAD REV. ALLAN BARLOW 596-4508 

ROUTE 4 BOX 387-B LEESVILLE RD DURHAM, NC 27703 

LOWE'S GROVE REV. DONALD L. BOWDEN 544-1888 

4430 S. ALSTON AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27713 

LYSTRA REV. LEE CARTER 933-6812 

ROUTE 7 BOX 152 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

MOUNT CARMEL DR. DONALD J. CHRISTIAN 933-8565 

ROUTE 6 BOX 473 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

MOUNT GILEAD REV. LEE HARRIS 542-2431 

ROUTE 4 BOX 395 PITTSBORO, NC 27312 

MOUNT HERMON DR. JERRY HARPER 383-2982 

ROUTE 1 BOX 389 DURHAM, NC 27705 

MOUNT MORIAH REV. ROBERT WEATHERLY 489-3425 

ROUTE 7 BOX 182 DURHAM, NC 27707 

MOUNT PISGAH REV. JOE ZIMMERMAN 362-7915 

ROUTE 3 BOX 216 APEX, NC 27502 

NEW JERUSALEM REV. JOHN L. CALDWELL 471-4513 

P.O. BOX 13436 DURHAM, NC 27709 

NORTH DURHAM BAPTIST CHAPELREV. CHARLES E. RUTT 471-9151 

2510 LANDIS DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27705 

OLIVE BRANCH REV. FRED WILLIAMS 596-8907 

123 OLIVE BRANCH ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 

PAGE ROAD REV. BRYAN CHESTNUTT 596-3968 

ROUTE 4 BOX 327 DURHAM, NC 27703 

PARKVIEW REV. RICHARD T. HAYES 477-7497 

2500 ACADIA STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 

PARK WOOD 544-1347 

1515 CLERMONT ROAD DURHAM, NC 27713 

PLAINVIEW REV. RONALD H. HARRISON 682-2591 

ROUTE 5 BOX 688 DURHAM, NC 27704 

RED MOUNTAIN 477-3657 

P.O. BOX 301 ROUGEMONT, NC 27572 

jRIDGECREST REV. DON R. CHASTEEN 477-5426 

222 MIDLAND ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 

jiROSE OF SHARON DR. RICK COCKERHAM 46603883 

4109 GUESS ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 

S SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHAPEL OF CHAPEL HILL 968-3732 
P.O. BOX 3781 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27515 

TEMPLE DR. M. CLAY WARF 477-8527 

ROUTE 1 BOX 63- R BAHAMA, NC 27503 

TRINITY 596-6407 

2123 SO-HI DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 

UNIVERSITY DR. THOMAS DOWNING 942-2157 

100 S. COLUMBIA STREET CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

WATTS STREET REV. T. MELVIN WILLIAMS 688-1366 

P.O. BOX 3003 DURHAM, NC 27705 

WEST DURHAM DR. HAROLD COBB, SR. 682-4453 

1901 ATHENS STREET DURHAM, NC 27707 

WESTWOOD REV. EMORY M. BARE 286-1593 

2031 WEST CLUB BLVD. DURHAM, NC 27705 

YATES DR. C. RONALD CUMBIE 489-2309 
2819 CHAPEL HILL ROAD DURHAM, NC 27707 



87 



PASTORS 



ANGIER AVENUE DR. CHARLES T. DORMAN 

4006 BROWN PLACE RALEIGH, NC 27504 



BAHAMA 

124 SMITH DRIVE 
BELLS 

ROUTE 3 BOX 140 
BE RE A 

1811 DIAL DRIVE 
BETHESDA 

2915 ELLIS ROAD 
BRAGGTOWN 

P.O. BOX 15022 
CALVARY 

576 ROBINSON DRIVE 



REV. CAMERON ERVIN 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
DR. ANDREW PICKENS 

APEX, NC 27502 ' 
REV. J. A. FOGLEMAN 

DURHAM, NC 27713 
REV. ERNEST H. FERRELL 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
REV. CARL E. HERWEYER 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
DR. ROY E. DEBRAND 

WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 



CARRBORO DR. JESSE J. GROOM 

200 JAMES STREET CARRBORO, NC 27510 

CEDAR FORK REV. MICHAEL SHUMATE 

901 GRANDVIEW DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 

CHEEK HEIGHTS REV. RONALD S. CAVA 

826 HARDEE STREET DURHAM, NC 27703 

CRESSET REV. DANNY GLOVER 

101 WINTERBERRY RIDGE DURHAM, NC 27713 

DURHAM MEMORIAL DR. GERALD C. GOODWIN 

2703 HOLLOWAY STREET DURHAM, NC 27703 

EBENEZER DR. TOBIE P. STONE 

505 HUNTER STREET DURHAM, NC 27712 

EDGEMONT REV. FORREST M. GALE 

911 FERNCREST DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27705 

EPHESUS REV. ELWOOD C. MASSEY, JR. 

4700 EPHESUS CHURCH & POPE RD DURHAM, NC 27707 
FAITH DR. RANDALL T. POLLOCK 

3405 CHEEK ROAD DURHAM, NC 27704 

FAR RING TON ROAD DR. LYNN M. BULLOCK 

4142 WALLINGFORD PLACE DURHAM, NC 27707 

FIELDCREST REV. NORMAN GOSSETT 

1925 WARD STREET DURHAM, NC 27707 

FIRST REV. CRATE H. JONES 

3106 APPLING WAY DURHAM, NC 27709 

GORMAN REV. JULIAN MOTLEY 

3216 E. GEER STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 

GRACE DR. FRANK ZEDICK 

5611 RUSSELL RLAD DURHAM, NC 27712 

GREY STONE DR. MALBERT SMITH, JR. 

P.O. BOX 2686 DURHAM, NC 27705 

GUESS ROAD DR. BENJAMIN LITTLEJOHN 

2638 KIRK ROAD DURHAM, NC 27705 

HOLLOWAY STREET REV. MICHAEL BERRYMAN 

1009 TERRYBROOK LANE HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 

HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS DR. DERYL HOLLIDAY 

4007 HOLT SCHOOL ROAD DURHAM, NC 27704 

HOPE VALLEY DR. JAMES I. MURPHY 

ROUTE 3 BOX 276A DURHAM, NC 27713 

IMMANUEL REV. RAYMOND C. JOHNS, JR. 

707 BECKETT STREET DURHAM, NC 27712 

LAKEWOOD REV. EVERETTE J. SMITH 

1923 WARD STREET DURHAM, NC 27707 



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LEESVILLE ROAD REV. ALLAN BARLOW 

2715 INDEPENDANCE AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27703 

LOWE'S GROVE REV. DONALD L. BOWDEN 

4424 S. ALSTON AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27713 



LYSTRA 

ROUTE 9 
MOUNT CAR MEL 

ROUTE 6 BOX 473 
MOUNT GILEAD 

ROUTE 4 BOX 395 
MOUNT HERMON 

ROUTE 1 BOX 389 
MOUNT MORI AH 

ROUTE 7 BOX 182 
MOUNT PISGAH 

ROUTE 3 BOX 216 
NEW JERUSALEM 

415 HIGHVIEW DRIVE 



REV. LEE CARTER 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
DR. DONALD J. CHRISTIAN 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
REV. LEE HARRIS 

PITTSBORO, NC 27312 
DR. JERRY HARPER 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
REV. ROBERT WEATHERLY 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
REV. JOE ZIMMERMAN 

APEX, NC 27502 
REV. JOHN L. CALDWELL 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 



NORTH DURHAM BAPTIST CHAP ELREV. CHARLES E. RUTT 

2510 LANDIS DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27705 

OLIVE BRANCH REV. FRED WILLIAMS 

6 JARVIS COURT DURHAM, NC 27703 

PAGE ROAD REV. BRYAN CHESTNUTT 

3006 UNIVERSITY DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27707 

PARKVIEW REV. RICHARD T. HAYES 

80 S. ANGELA CIRCLE DURHAM, NC 27703 

PARKWOOD REV. R. ED GORDON 

1515 CLERMONT ROAD DURHAM, NC 27713 

PLAINVIEW REV. RONALD H. HARRISON 

ROUTE 5 BOX 688 DURHAM, NC 27704 

RED MOUNTAIN REV. ERNEST HOLT 

P.O. BOX 301 ROUGEMONT, NC 27572 

RIDGECREST REV. DON R. CHASTEEN 

5013 LANDSDOWNE DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27712 

ROSE OF SHARON DR. RICK COCKERHAM 

4109 GUESS ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 

SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHAPEL 

P.O. BOX 3781 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27515 

TEMPLE DR. M CLAY WARF 

ROUTE 1 BOX 63- R BAHAMA, NC 27503 

TRINITY REV. EUSTIS BRADLEY 

2123 SO-HI DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 

UNIVERSITY DR. THOMAS DOWNING 

100 S. COLUMBIA STREET CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

WATTS STREET REV. T. MELVIN WILLIAMS 

P.O. BOX 3003 DURHAM, NC 27705 

WEST DURHAM DR. HAROLD COBB, SR. 

3517 WESTOVER STREET DURHAM, NC 27707 

WESTWOOD REV. EMORY M. BARE 

1301 VIRGINIA AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27705 

YATES DR. C. RONALD CUMBIE 

227 MONTICELLO AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27707 



596-4637 
544-5099 
933-6812 

967- 8359 
542-4492 
383-5073 
493-3765 
362-4825 
942-4287 
471-9151 
596-0331 
493-6152 
596-3773 
544-1347 
688-2736 
477-3657 
383-0125 
477-3910 

968- 3732 
477-8527 
596-8407 
942-2157 
688-1366 
490-1042 
286-5575 
489-7507 



ASSOCIATE/ ASSISTANT PASTORS 

ANGIER AVENUE REV. FULTON HARTZOG 596-1253 

5113 SHAGBARK DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27707 

DURHAM MEMORIAL DR. H. MORAN WHITLEY 596-6387 

803 LYNN ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 

EPHESUS REV. EARL ECHOLS 383-8924 

3111 UMSTEAD ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 

HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS DR. DERYL HOLLIDAY . 383-4132 

6 KARA PLACE DURHAM, NC 27712 

MOUNTHERMON MR. R. CLAY BERRY, III 471-8616 

2501 BANNER STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 

MOUNT MORI AH MR. DAN BAIRD 556-8554 

68 MCDOWELL DRIVE WAKE FOREST, NC 27583 

PARKVIEW REV. ROGER LEE 477-1222 

2208 N. ROXBORO ROAD DURHAM, NC 27704 

RED MOUNTAIN REV. JOSEPH GLEN 471-0420 

1219 OPEN AIR ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 

TEMPLE REV. BRIAN C. ALLEN 286-7868 

1712 FOREST ROAD DURHAM, NC 27705 

UNIVERSITY REV. NANCY C. LEE 942-2157 

100 S. COLUMBIA STREET CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

WESTWOOD REV. SCOTT B. CURETON 471-2116 

206 CARVER STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 

MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 

ANGIER AVENUE REV. FULTON HARTZOG 596-1253 

5113 SHAGBARK DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27707 

CALVARY MR. RANDALL CLARK 596-3623 

518 PLEASANT DRIVE DURHAM,NC 27703 

CARRBORO MR. RICH ERWIN 968-9979 

62 FERNWOOD LANE CHAPEL HILL, NC 27516 

DURHAM MEMORIAL DR. H. MORAN WHITLEY 596-6387 

803 LYNN ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 

EBENEZER REV. EARL ECHOLS 383-8924 

3111 UMSTEAD ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 

FIRST REV. AL MARGUERAT 688-7308 

414 CLEVELAND STREET DURHAM, NC 27701 

GORMAN REV. RONALD RICHARDSON 361-5859 

5502 WELKIN COURT DURHAM, NC 27713 

GRACE MR. EDDIE HAMMETT 477-3751 

2674 HITCHCOCK DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27705 

GREY STONE REV. WALLY FOWLER 286-2281 

P.O. BOX 2686 DURHAM, NC 27705 

GUESS ROAD MR. LAMAR FLEMING 471-4107 

2303 LEDNUM ST APT B-12 DURHAM, NC 27705 

HOPE VALLEY MR. W.T. (BILL) BROGDEN 477-0395 

612 HUGO STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 

RIDGECREST MR. WILEY OAKLEY 477-1083 

4907 SETERRA BEND DURHAM, NC 27712 

TEMPLE REV. J. HAROLD CRAIG 471-4688 

2519 WILBON STREET DURHAM, NC 27705 

WATTS STREET REV. RICHARD E. CHORLEY 688-1366 

P.O. BOX 3003 DURHAM, NC 27705 

YATES REV. THOMAS C. NEWBOULT 493-4289 

3802 HULON DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27705 



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MUSIC DIRECTORS 



ANGIER AVENUE REV. JOHN T. LAVERTY 

1508 SYCAMORE STREET DURHAM, NC 27707 

BAHAMA MS. JENNIFER TURNER 

324-F SOUTH FRANKLIN STREET WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 



BELLS 

P.O. BOX 841 
BEREA 

ROUTE 3 BOX 116 
BETHESDA 

2403 AZALEA DRIVE 
BRAGGTOWN 

2515 ROLLING PINES ROAD 
CALVARY 

518 PLEASANT DRIVE 
CARRBORO 

303 CHERYL AVENUE 
CEDAR FORK 

309 HUGO STREET 
CHEEK HEIGHTS 

1822 PENROD ROAD 
CRESSET 

4002 WESTFIELD DRIVE 
DURHAM MEMORIAL 

803 LYNN ROAD 
EBENEZER 

3111 UMSTEAD ROAD 
EDGE MONT 

3311 C VIEW DRIVE 
EPHESUS 

103 GUNSTON COURT 
FAITH 

3405 CHEEK ROAD 
FARRINGTON ROAD 

ROUTE 12 BOX 116 
FIELDCREST 

ALEMEDA STREET 
FIRST 

414 CLEVELAND STREET 
GORMAN 

3307 E. GEER STREET 
GRACE 

1303 WASHINGTON STREET 



MR. TIM DAVIDSON 

PITTSBORO, NC 27312 
MRS. JUAN IT A VICKERS 

DURHAM, NC 27713 
REV. E. HUGH O' SHIELDS 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MR. NORMAN STALLINGS 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MR. RANDALL CLARK 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MRS. KATHIE WILKINSON 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MRS. LOUISE OYSTER 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MRS. EDWIN BRYANT 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
REV. ROBERT W. COOK 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
DR. H. MORAN WHITLEY 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
REV. EARL ECHOLS 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MR. JOHN MAY FIELD 

DURHAM, NC 27713 
MRS. NANCY FOUNTAINE 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MRS. JANET H. POLLOCK 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MS. LINDA W. TING EN 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MRS. JAN MCKENNA 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
REV. JAMES C. STEELMON 

DURHAM, NC 27701 
MR. HERBERT B. GRAY 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MR. W. BURKE RAPER 

DURHAM, NC 27701 



GREY STONE REV. THANE KENDALL 

P.O. BOX 2686 DURHAM, NC 27705 

GUESS ROAD MR. PAUL WINGLER 

2501 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 

HOLLOWAY STREET MR. STEVE PARKER 

1309 HOLLOWAY STREET DURHAM, NC 27701 

HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS REV. CHRIS GAYNOR 

3701 1/2 TURRENTINE STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 

HOPE VALLEY MR. BRUCE J. BENTON 

3900 COLORADO AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27707 

I M MANUEL MR. GARY CROW 

408 COUNTRY LANE DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27705 

LAKEWOOD MR. D. RANDY BARNES 

5627 FALKIRK DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27712 



489-4081 
556-1186 
542-2040 
544-1464 
596-7381 
596-7433 
596-3623 
471-9547 
479-5384 
682-5241 
383-9292 
596-6387 
383-8924 
544-3452 
929-1366 
684-4549 
493-1804 
688-1644 
688-7308 
682-7548 
682-7351 
286-2281 
471-6208 
688-0301 
471-9791 
489-4910 
383-1964 
383-8002 



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LEESVILLE ROAD 

ROUTE 6 BOX 229 

LOWE'S GROVE 

1505 SEDWICK ROAD 

LYSTRA 

ROUTE 7 BOX 152 

MOUNT CAR MEL 



MRS. ELOISE SHEPHERD 

DURHAM, NC 27703 

REV. PATTI LINGAFELT 

DURHAM, NC 27713 

MS. JENNY O'NEIL 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

MR. MITCHELL FULLER 



4407D EMERALD FOREST DRIVE 



DURHAM, NC 27713 



MOUNT GILEAD 

ROUTE 7 BOX 77 
MOUNT MORI AH 

ROUTE 7-1 BOX 170 
MOUNT PISGAH 

308 HOLLEMAN STREET 
PARKVIEW 

137 FARM ROAD 
PARK WOOD 

116 MILFORD LANE 
PLAINVIEW 

3907 ANGIER AVENUE 
RED MOUNTAIN 

ROUTE 2 
RIDGECREST 

104 MASSEY ROAD 
ROSE OF SHARON 

320 B S. FRANKLIN STREET 



MS. CAROL KILPATRICK 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MR. TONY ALDERMAN 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
MRS. ANN FARRELL 

APEX, NC 27502 
MS. JANET GIVIN 

WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 
MRS. SHEILA WELLER 

DURHAM, NC 27713 
MRS. JEAN HOWERTON 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MRS. LINDA WEAVER 

ROUGEMONT, NC 27572 
MR. AL HUFFMAN 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MR. DARIN WADE 

WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 



SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHAPEL OF CHAPEL HILL 



MS. ROBIN G. SNYDER 



5502 PONDEROSA DRIVE 
TEMPLE 

2519 WILBON STREET 
WATTS STREET 

P.O. BOX 3003 
WEST DURHAM 

4325 DEN FIELD STREET 
WESTWOOD 

206 CARVER STREET 
YATES 

3814 HULON DRIVE 



DURHAM, NC 27705 
REV. J. HAROLD CRAIG 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MR. E. KENNETH HARRELL 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MR. LEON COLE 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
REV. SCOTT B. CURETON 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
REV. TEDFORD F. REED 

DURHAM, NC 27705 



596-4616 
544-5567 
933-6812 
544-2932 
933-6239 
489-0436 
362-8309 

544-7458 
596-6814 
364-2184 
477-1032 
556-1093 
383-4280 
471-4688 
688-1366 
471-4050 
471-2116 
493-6225 



92 



MINISTERS OF YOUTH 



ANGIER AVENUE 

5113 SHAG BARK DRIVE 
BETHESDA 

1901 BETHESDA AVENUE 
BRAGGTOWN 

18 FASHION PLACE 
CALVARY 

518 PLEASANT DRIVE 
CRESSET 



REV. FULTON HARTZOG 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
MR. MARC FRANCIS 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MISS DEBBIE ISLEY 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MR. RANDALL CLARK 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MR. JERRY CLONTS 



3611 UNIVERSITY DRIVE #13-0 



DURHAM, NC 27707 



DURHAM MEMORIAL 

ROUTE 2 BOX 374-1 A 

EBENEZER 

3111 UMSTEAD ROAD 

FAITH 

1903 MEDALLION DRIVE 
GORMAN 

5502 WELKIN COURT 
GRACE 

SEBT-BOX 2043 
GREY STONE 

P.O. BOX 2686 
HOLLOWAY STREET 

1309 HOLLOWAY STREET 
HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 

2702 FAIRLAWN ROAD 
IMMANUEL 

836 LOUISE CIRCLE 
LEESVILLE ROAD 

137 ALBERCOMBIA AVENUE 



REV. EDWARD DENTON 

CREEDMOOR, NC 27522 
REV. EARL ECHOLS 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MR. TOMMY FAUST 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
REV. RONALD RICHARDSON 

DURHAM, NC 27713 
MR. J. ALAN TAYLOR 

WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 
REV. RENNIE ADCOCK 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MR. STEVE PARKER 

DURHAM, NC 27701 
MR. TRUETT WILLIAMS 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MRS. DEBBI TUCK 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MR. ALBERT MARKHAM 

WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 



MOUNT CARMEL MR. MITCHELL FULLER 

4407D EMERALD FOREST DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27713 



MOUNT HER MON 

2501 BANNER STREET 

I MOUNT MORI AH 
68 MCDOWELL DRIVE 
MOUNT PISGAH 

ROUTE 3 BOX 198-1 
| PARK VIEW 

78 MCDOWELL STREET 
IP ARK WOOD 

5011 S. ALSTON AVENUE 
sPLAINVIEW 

551 RICE CIRCLE 
RIDGECREST 

2811 SHENANDOAH AVENUE 



MR. R. CLAY BERRY, III 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MR. DAN 3AIRD 

WAKE FOREST, NC 27582 
MR. RUSSELL THOMPSON 

APEX, NC 27502 
MR. JEFF VOGLER 

WAKE FOREST, NC 27582 
MISS DELYNN LYCKZOWSKI 

DURHAM, NC 27713 
MR. JAMES KNIGHT 

WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 
MR. CARL MARTIN 

DURHAM, NC 27704 



ROSE OF SHARON MR. DARIN WADE 

320 B S. FRANKLIN STREET WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 

TEMPLE REV. BRIAN C. ALLEN 

1712 FOREST ROAD DURHAM, NC 27705 

YATES REV. JOHN FREDERICK 

1309 HUDSON AVE APT 18-C DURHAM, NC 27705 



596-1253 
596-1392 
477-6927 
596-3623 
479-4814 
575-6892 
383-8924 
682-6725 
361-5859 
847-4569 
286-2281 
688-0301 
477-4309 
383-2831 
558-1195 
544-2932 
471-8816 
556-8554 
387-0522 
556-4093 
544-5525 
556-1262 
479-0594 
556-1093 
286-7868 
471-2792 



93 



MINISTERS OF RECREATION 



ANGIER AVENUE 

5113 SHAG BARK DRIVE 
CRESSET 

3611 UNIVERSITY DRIV 
DURHAM MEMORIAL 

ROUTE 2 BOX 374-1A 
GREY STONE 

P.O. BOX 2686 
RIDGECREST 

2811 SHENANDOAH AVEN 
YATES 

1309 HUDSON AVE. APT. 



REV. FULTON HARTZOG 

DURHAM, NC 27709 
MR. JERRY CLONTS 
E #13-0 DURHAM, NC 27707 
REV. EDWARD DENTON 

CREEDMOOR, NC 27522 
MR. KEITH FEATHER 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MR. CARL MARTIN 
UE DURHAM, NC 27704 

REV. JOHN FREDERICK 
18-C DURHAM, NC 27705 



ANGIER AVENUE 

2645 UMSTEAD ROAD 
BELLS 

ROUTE 3 BOX 157-1 
BETHESDA 

1107 HYDE PARK 
BRAGGTOWN 

5621 NOVA GLENN ROAD 
CALVARY 

3224 ROWEN A AVENUE 
CARRBORO 

ROUTE 2 BOX 146 
CHEEK HEIGHTS 

4411 RHEW DRIVE 
CRESSET 

1604 FOUNTAIN RIDGE ROAD 
DURHAM MEMORIAL 

109 N. JOYLAND AVENUE 
EBENEZER 

ROUTE 1 BOX 226 
EDGE MONT 

626 HAMMOND AVENUE 
EPHESUS 

3006 UNIVERSITY DRIVE 
FAITH 

SNOW HILL ROAD 
FIRST 

414 CLEVELAND STREET 
GORMAN 

ROUTE 1 BOX 13 
GRACE 

4510 CHESHIRE COURT 
GREY STONE 

P.O. BOX 2686 
GUESS ROAD 

3819 HAN FORD DRIVE 
HOLLOWAY STREET 

420 IDLEWOOD DRIVE 
HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 

OAK FOREST DRIVE 
HOPE VALLEY 

ROUTE 2 BOX 508 C 



CHURCH SECRETARIES 

MRS. DAVID COPE 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MRS. ANGELA JOYNER 

APEX, NC 27502 
MRS. BETTY MCLAMB 

DURHAM, NC 27701 
MRS. NANCY WILLIAMS 

BAHAMA, NC 27503 
MRS. MARGIE FAULKNER 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MS. SANDRA S. HUNN 

PITTSBORO, NC 27312 
MISS KAY LADD 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MISS PAM SULLIVAN 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MRS. MARY FOUSHEE 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MRS. GLORIA BUFFALOE 

HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 
MRS. ASHLAND GALE 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MRS. KAROL NEWBOULT 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
MRS. PENNY GURBER 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MRS. BARBARA ATKINSON 

DURHAM, NC 27701 
MRS. BLANCHE THORNTON 

BAHAMA, NC 27503 
MRS. JACK ROYAL 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MS. GLENDA HEGE 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MRS. JO ELLEN BLAINE 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MRS. DARLENE HARRILL 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MRS. W.B. TURNER 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MRS. FAYE WIGGINS 

DURHAM, NC 27705 



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596-1253 
479-4814 
575-6892 
286-2281 
479-0594 
471-2792 

383-2379 
362-5294 
596-2158 
477-3706 
596-2318 
542-4858 
477-1137 
942-7650 
596-5845 
732-5444 
477-5320 
489-4483 
682-8750 
688-7308 
477-8075 
383-5686 
286-2281 
596-1054 
596-3031 
477-7692 
383-4820 



fMMANUEL 

3721 CAMBRIDGE ROAD 
LAKEWOOD 

2723 OLD SUGAR ROAD 
LEESVILLE ROAD 

ROUTE 4 BOX 38 7- A 
LOWE'S GROVE 

4430 S. ALSTON AVENUE 
MOUNT CAR MEL 

ROUTE 11 BOX 88 
MOUNT HERMON 

101 COOPER STREET 
MOUNT MORI AH 

6607 GARRETT ROAD 
MOUNT PISGAH 

ROUTE 3 BOX 218 B 
NEW JERUSALEM 

610 SADDLE RIDGE AVENUE 



MRS. FRANCES G. CANNON 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MRS. MARILYN DODSON 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
MRS. ARLENE HARRIS 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MRS. SARAH PICKENS 

DURHAM, NC 27713 
MRS. MARY ANNE DUNCAN 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27516 
MRS. NAN SCHMEISER 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MRS. BARBARA WALKER 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
MRS. MILLIE LONG 

DURHAM, NC 27713 
MS. BRENDA J. RILEY 

DURHAM, NC 27704 



PAGE ROAD MS. PAIGE RYDER 

2105 ADVENTURE TRAIL DURHAM, NC 27703 

PARKWOOD MRS. JOAN BREESE 

1240 LITTLE CREEK ROAD DURHAM, NC 27713 

PLAINVIEW MRS. TERESA PARTON 

2708 MANSFIELD AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27703 

RIDGECREST MRS. JACQUELINE MCFARLAND 

5114 KENWOOD ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 

ROSE OF SHARON MRS. STEPHEN BROSNAN 

504 CRESTVIEW DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27712 

(SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHAPEL OF CHAPEL HILL MS. JENNIFER CASEY 



213 BUTLER COURT 
TEMPLE 

ROUTE 1 BOX 168 
TRINITY 

1336 LYNLEY DRIVE 
UNVIERSITY 

100 S. COLUMBIA STREET 
WATTS STREET 

P.O. BOX 3003 
WEST DURHAM 

908 CORONA STREET 
WESTWOOD 

1601 MARYLAND AVENUE 
YATES 

3121 PICKETT ROAD 



CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MRS. IRIS WHEELER 

BAHAMA, NC 27503 
MRS. FAYE FLETCHER 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MS. TONI ADAMS 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MS. HILDRED E. CASSEL 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MS. LINDA MCKINNIE 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
MRS. KENNETH ROBINSON 

DURHAM,N C 27705 
MRS. SHIRLEY PICKETT 

DURHAM, NC 27705 



489-8382 
493-7074 
596-5185 
544-1888 
933-8565 
968-6109 
489-3425 
544-2384 
471-4513 
596-8774 
544-1566 
596-4225 
471-2386 
477-8382 
968-3732 
477-6679 
596-1020 
942-2157 
688-1366 
688-8842 
286-2215 
489-8376 



ANG I ER AVENUE 

2905 MONROE STREET 
BAHAMA 

313 CHERYL DRIVE 
BETHESOA 

1411 TYONEK DRIVE 
CARRBORO 

P.O. BOX 156 
CEDAR FORK 

42 DRAGOON DRIVE 
CRESSET 

3106 APPLING WAY 



ORDAINED MINISTERS 

REV. LEO T. BRIDGERS 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
REV. RAY CUMBEE 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
REV. RONALD BENSON 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
DR. ROY CLIFFORD 

CARRBORO, NC 27510 
MA J. DON B. BROWN 

FT. LEAVENWORTH, KS 66027 
REV. CRATE JONES 

DURHAM, NC 27703 



489-8913 
471-9247 
596-1215 
933-8380 

596-6619 



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EBENEZER REV. FOY HAYES 

416 BELMONT DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 

REV. ELMO WHITAKER 

1706 AVONDALE DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27701 

EPHESUS REV. SHIRLEY MASSEY 

4700 EPHESUS CHURCH ROAD DURHAM, NC 27707 

FIELDCREST REV. MARVIN BYRD 

3403 SUMMERLIN ROAD DURHAM, NC 27704 



FIRST 

2612 ROXBORO ROAD 

147 BARCLAY ROAD 
GORMAN 

3904 E. GEER STREET 

3208 E. GEER STREET 
GRACE 

P.O. BOX 392 

602 N. DRIVER 

1509 GLENDALE AVENUE 

2710 SPARGER ROAD 

5114 PINE TRAIL DRIVE 
GUESS ROAD 



REV. THAD ASHLEY 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
REV. JERE JUDD 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
REV. ED GORDON 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
REV. JOHN T. EDWARDS 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
REV. JAMES BLAND 

DURHAM, NC 27702 
REV. ROBERT CLEGG 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
REV. MICHAEL HEATH 

DURHAM, NC 27701 
REV. LAWRENCE KNOTT 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
REV. TED G. STONE 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
DR. ROBERT ABORNO 
2800 CROASDAILE DR APT J-10 DURHAM, NC 27705 

REV. RAY ALDERSON 
6002 BAIRD STREET DURHAM, NC 27712 

HOLLOWAY STREET REV. MICHAEL BERRYMAN 

1009 TERRYBROOK LANE HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 

HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS REV. RAY ROGERS 

2538 FAIRLAWN ROAD DURHAM, NC 27705 

LOWE'S GROVE REV. PATTI LINGAFELT 

1505 SEDWICK ROAD DURHAM, NC 27713 

MOUNT HERMON REV. JAMES WILLIAMS 

P.O. BOX 118 HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 

OLIVE BRANCH REV. HAROLD RUMFELT 

339 OLIVE BRANCH ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703 

PARKVIEW REV. JOHN WADE 

1608 GLENDALE AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27704 

REV. BARRY DODSON 

CREEDMOOR, NC 27522 
REV. THOMAS V. POTTS 

ROUGE MONT, NC 27572 
REV. DOUG WILLETT 

BAHAMA, NC 27503 
REV. DAVID BECK 

HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 
REV. ERWIN DILLEHAY 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
REV. PREMINTO CHI SEN HALL 
3126 ROSE OF SHARON ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 

TEMPLE REV. MIKE BROADWAY 

900 DEMERIUS STREET DURHAM, NC 27701 

DR. JOHN W. CARLTON 
4010 LINKWOOD, APT 1010 HOUSTON, TX 7705 



PLAINVIEW 

ROUTE 3 BOX 143- B 
RED MOUNTAIN 

ROUTE 1 
RIDGECREST 

ROUTE 1 BOX 3 

7209 BIG HORN DRIVE 
ROSE OF SHARON 

3804 RIVER MONT ROAD 



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REV. RICHARD T. DAVIS 
703 NEVVSOME STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 

REV. BOYCE KIMBALL 
1801 WILLIAMSBURG RD 46-H DURHAM, NC 27707 

REV. STEVEN D. PASCHALL 
613 BJORNSTAD STREET FORT BENNING, GA 31905 

REV. C.S. WATERS 
1225 POPLAR STREET GARNER, NC 27539 

REV. HUGH C. WATKINS 
2607 TUCKAWANNA AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27703 

UNIVERSITY REV. BOB PHILLIPS 

ROUTE 6 BOX 738 HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 

WATTS STREET REV. BILLY GRIFFIN 

5332 LAKEVIEW DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27712 

DR. CLARK CAHOW 
1106 WATTS STREET DURHAM, NC 27701 

REV. DAVID MAY 
2310 PRINCE STREET DURHAM, NC 27707 

REV. JOHN C. HUDSON 
5304 MCCORMICK ROAD DURHAM, NC 27713 

REV. DALE JOHNSON 
ROUTE 5 BOX 581 HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 

REV. HUGH DUKES 
307 GAINES MILL ROAD HAMPTON, VA 23669 

REV. ANDREA O'CONNELL 
901 CHALK LEVEL ROAD APT F14 DURHAM, NC 27704 

REV. DANNY R. GREEN 

1314 MIRAMONT DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27704 
REV. DOUGLAS HODGES 

105 HIGBEE DURHAM, NC 27704 

REV. ROBERT E. MCCLERNON 
705 FRAZIER DURHAM, NC 27704 

REV. PHIL STEFFEY 
2752 MIDDLETON AVENUE 31-D DURHAM, NC 27705 

REV. JAMES TRAVIS 
4011 DEEPWOOD CIRCLE DURHAM,N C 27707 

REV. TIM WHITMIRE 

1315 MORREENE ROAD 14E DURHAM, NC 27705 
VEST DURHAM REV. LEE E. JONES 

109 W. WEAVER STREET DURHAM, NC 27707 

MINISTERS ORDAINED DURING THE YEAR 

CARRBORO REV. INGIL CHO 

47 MCDOWELL DRIVE WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 

EBENEZER REV. EARL ECHOLS 

3111 UMSTEAD ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 

HOPE VALLEY REV. JIMMY CAMP 

2524 SPRING ROAD SW ROANOKE, VA 24015 

LOWE'S GROVE REV. PATTI LINGAFELT 

1505 SEDWICK ROAD DURHAM, NC 27713 

I PARK WOOD REV. TOM OGBURN 

MORRISVILLE, NC 27560 
UNIVERSITY REV. DAVID RAMSEY 

100 S. COLUMBIA STREET DURHAM, NC 27514 

WATTS STREET REV. JAMES MURPHY 

866 LOUISE CIRCLE DURHAM, NC 27705 

YATES REV. JOHN FREDERICK 

1309 HUDSON AVE APT 18-C DURHAM, NC 27705 



97 



MINISTERS LICENSED DURING THE TEAR 



CARRBORO 

211 BLUERIDGE ROAD 
EBENEZER 

3111 UMSTEAD ROAD 
ROSE OF SHARON 

ROUTE 6 BOX 181 



ANGIER AVENUE 

110 N. DRIVER STREET 
BRAGGTQWN 

703 LATTA ROAD 
CALVARY 

612 MIDWAY AVENUE 
CARRBORO 

305 LINDSAY STREET 
CEDAR FORK 

ROUTE 1 BOX 329 
CHEEK HEIGHTS 

1305 JUNCTION ROAD 
CRESSET 

3905 HULON DRIVE 
EDGE MONT 

804 ANGIER AVENUE 
EPHESUS 

ROUTE 12 BOX 159 
FIELDCREST 

3637 WESTMINISTER AVENUE 



MR. WILL WARD 

CARRBORO, NC 27510 
REV. EARL ECHOLS 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MR. DALE BAKER 

DURHAM, NC 27703 

MEDIA LIBRART DIRECTORS 

MISS ANTHA MARSHALL 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MRS. RAY CORN 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MISS GLENDA LACOSTE 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MRS. GLADYS PARKER 

CARRBORO, NC 27510 
MRS. GLORIA COLCLOUGH 

MORRISVILLE, NC 27560 
MRS. ANNIE B. MOORE 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MRS. PAM STEWART 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MRS. RICHARD CONOVER 

DURHAM, NC 27701 
MRS. ELSIE BOOKER 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MR. PHIL WILLIAMS 

DURHAM, NC 27704 



FIRST 

2501 STATE STREET 
GORMAN 

5210 SKY LANE DRIVE 
GRACE 

2674 HITCHCOCK DRIVE 
GREY STONE 

4801 BERINI DRIVE 
GUESS ROAD 

508 PARKVIEW DRIVE 
HOLLOWAY STREET 

805 BRYE STREET 
HOPE VALLEY 

101 WINTERBERRY RIDGE 
I M MANUEL 

1417 COLEWOOD DRIVE 
LAKEWOOD 

1408 JAMES STREET 
LOWE'S GROVE 

1501 COLE MILL ROAD 
MOUNT CAR MEL 

299 NATURE TRAIL 
MOUNT MORIAH 

1507 LOGAN STREET 
MOUNT PI3GAH 

ROUTE 3 
OLIVE BRANCH 

204 MINERAL SPRINGS ROAD 



MRS. MARJORIE WATKINS 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MRS. CINDY GANN 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MR. EDWARD HAMMETT 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MRS. LILY YU 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MRS. PAT COGHILL 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MISS FRIEDA KOCHER 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MRS. DIANE HAITHCOCK 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
MRS. BEVERLY SPARKS 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MRS. FRANCES HOWARD 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
MS. AUDEY K. EVANS 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MS. JUDY JAMES 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MRS. PRICILLA NICHOLS 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MRS. DONNA FULLER 

APEX, NC 27502 
MRS. CLEO MARTIN 

DURHAM, NC 27703 



383-8924 
596-6689 

596-7374 
477-3987 
596-8316 
929-0215 
544-2477 

493-5510 
682-6408 
493-9149 
682-1447 
477-7817 
682-2696 
477-3751 
383-0134 
477-6921 

682- 2324 
493-9214 
383-3548 
489-2107 
383-5214 
929-7241 

683- 3884 
362-5104 
596-6554 



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PARKVIEW 

410 ARGONNE DRIVE 
PLAINVIEW 

2582 ARDSLEY DRIVE 
RED MOUNTAIN 

ROUTE 3 BOX 20 
RIDGECREST 

P.O. BOX 195 
WATTS STREET 

4303 RHEW DRIVE 
WESTWOOD 

706 FRAZIER STREET 
YATES 

17 GORHAM PLACE 



ANG I ER AVENUE 



MS. AUDREY HARRELL 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MR. KAYE WOODS 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MRS. LOIS GATES 

ROUGEMONT, NC 27572 
MRS. JANIE CLEMENTS 

BAHAMA, NC 27503 
MS. BARBARA NEWNAM 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MRS. LINWOOD TEW 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MRS. NORMA MALLARD 

DURHAM, NC 27705 

SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTORS 

MRS. CHARLES E. WOMACK 



426 SOUTHERLAND DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 

BAHAMA MR. EARL SMITH 

8206 LOWELL VALLEY DRIVE BAHAMA, NC 27503 



BELLS 

ROUTE 3 BOX 157-1 
BEREA 

ROUTE 2 BOX 25 
BETHESDA 

4424 ANGIER AVENUE 
BRAGGTOWN 

7613 FAWNBROOK 
CALVARY 

3110 APPLING WAY 
CARRBORO 

106 LILAC DRIVE 
CEDAR FORK 

901 GRANDVIEW DRIVE 
DHEEK HEIGHTS 

1831 E. GEER STREET 
CRESSET 

5314 BEAUMONT DRIVE 
DURHAM MEMORIAL 

ROUTE 3 BOX 39-D 
EBENEZER 

8035 LOWELL VALLEY DRIVE 
EDGEMONT 

1217 HOLLOWAY STREET 
EPHESUS 

ROUTE 7 BOX 82 
FAITH 

3111 CHEEK ROAD 
FAR RING TON ROAD 

1736 LEGION ROAD 
FIELDCREST 

3210 SHEAR BON DRIVE 
FIRST 

1920 UMSTEAD ROAD 
GORMAN 

2702 COOKSBURY DRIVE 
GRACE 

4012 CHAUCER DRIVE 



MR. DAVID JOYNER 

APEX, NC 27502 
MRS. MARY OLIVE 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MR. LUNSFORD WILLIAMS 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MR. RANDY LITTLE 

HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 
MR. KENNETH TEW 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MR. LEONARD CHEEK 

CARRBORO, NC 27510 
REV. MICHAEL SHUMATE 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MR. VERNON AVERETTE 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MR. ROBERT TARPLEY 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
MR. CECIL V AUG HAN 

HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 
MR. JAMES M. CLARY 

BAHAMA, NC 27503 
MRS. JOHNNY MCKINLEY 

DURHAM, NC 27701 
MR. WARREN ELLEDGE 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
MR. LARRY SMITH 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MR. O.J. WRIGHT 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MR. THOMAS C. ELLIS 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
MRS. CLARA A. CRUTCHFIELD 
DURHAM, NC 27712 
MR. DOLPHUS TILLEY 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MR. GARY CARVER 

DURHAM, NC 27705 



477-5369 
688-8609 
477-0039 
477-3484 
477-4983 
477-4617 
383-6854 

596-6665 
471-4391 
362-5294 
929-9319 
596-4326 
471-1784 
596-5994 
942-6876 
596-1237 
682-9574 
489-1915 
732-9960 
471-3369 
682-2939 
489-4803 
682-3847 
929-4711 
489-0570 
477-3987 
682-8257 
477-7687 



99 



GREY STONE 

P.O. BOX 2686 
GUESS ROAD 

3516 GUESS ROAD 
HOLLOWAY STREET 

7 GALAXY COURT 
HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 

2903 SPLIT RAIL PLACE 
HOPE VALLEY 

3908 HOPE VALLEY ROAD 
IMMANUEL 

904 WYLDEWOOD ROAD 
LAKEWOOD 

8 W BRIDLEWOOD TRAIL 
LEESVILLE ROAD 

3116 BLUE HILL LANE 
LOWE'S GROVE 

1505 SEDWICK ROAD 
LYSTRA 

70 DOGWOOD DRIVE 
iVIOUNTCARMEL 

58 WHITE OAK TRAIL 
MOUNT GILEAD 

ROUTE 3 BOX 28 
MOUNT HERMON 

5325 OLD HILLSBOROUGH 
MOUNT MORI AH 

3131 CALUMET DRIVE 
MOUNT PISGAH 

ROUTE 3 BOX 229-D 
NORTH DURHAM CHAPEL 

2510 LANDIS DRIVE 
OLIVE BRANCH 

3015 E. GEER STREET 
PAGE ROAD 

628 LYNN ROAD 
PARKVIEW 

2613 CASCADILLA STREET 
PARK WOOD 

1425 CLERMONT ROAD 
RED MOUNTAIN 

RIDGECREST 

6433 WHITT ROAD 
ROSE OF SHARON 

4719 REGAL WOOD ROAD 



REV. WALLY FOWLER 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MRS. BERTA MOORE 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MR. FRANK SHIPP 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MR. LARRY HESTER 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MR. BILL RENFROW 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
MRS. LORETTA WALLER 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MR. JOE PARKER 

DURHAM, NC 27713 
MR. AL ROBERTWON 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MR. STEPHEN LINGAFELT 

DURHAM, NC 27713 
MS. ELIZABETH SCOTT 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MR. BOB ROYSTER 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MR. AUBURN TRIPP 

PITTSBORO, NC 27312 
MR. MARVIN COUCH 
ROAD DURHAM, NC 27705 

MR. CRAIG MATHEWS 

RALEIGH, NC 27610 
MR. JERRY DAVIS 

DURHAM, NC 27713 
REV. CHARLES E. RUTT 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MRS. ROBERT WILLIAMS 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MR. GENE STINNETT 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MR. JERRY NEAL 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MR. DONNIE HALL 

DURHAM, NC 27713 
MR. LLOYD GRESHAM 

CREEDMOOR, NC 27522 
MR. DAVID DELABY 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MR. WILLIAM O. (BILL) JONES 
DURHAM, NC 27712 
SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHAPEL OF CHAPEL HILL MR. JAMES ELLIS 
816 TINKERBELL ROAD CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

TEMPLE MR. TRUETT BLACKWOOD 

3524 MOSSDALE AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27707 

TRINITY MRS. FAYE FLETCHER 

1336 LYNLEY DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 

UNIVERSITY MR. JOHN WHITLEY 

100 S. COLUMBIA STREET CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

WATTS STREET MS. CHRISTINE STOCKS 

1007 ENGLEWOOD AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27701 

WEST DURHAM MRS. S ALL IE GRAHAM 

519 E. MAIN STREET #606 DURHAM, NC 27701 



286-2281 
477-3454 

383-3420 
493-7100 
477-4625 
490-5363 
596-1114 
544-5567 
929-9079 
933-0768 
542-3808 
383-1484 
833-3938 
544-4495 
477-3852 
682-9670 
596-8029 
471-262 
544-6206 
528-2457 
471-3736 
477-0663 
967-3805 
489-5394 
596-1020 
942-2157 
682-3781 
682-2777 



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rVESTWOOD MR. KENNETH ROBINSON 

1601 MARYLAND AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27705 



CHURCH TRAINING DIRECTORS 



CALVARY 

909-A LYNN ROAD 
CEDAR FORK 

404 GLAIVE DRIVE 
DURHAM MEMORIAL 

3601 GIBSON ROAD 
EBENEZER 

ROUTE 1 BOX 226 
GORMAN 

ROUTE 5 BOX 159 
GRACE 

P.O. BOX 15597 
HOPE VALLEY 

3430 BLUESTONE ROAD 
LOWE'S GROVE 

4430 S. ALSTON AVENUE 
MOUNT CAR MEL 

ROUTE 6 BOX 473 
OLIVE BRANCH 

3208 CROMWELL ROAD 
PAGE ROAD 

838 GLENCO ROAD 
PLAINVIEW 

ROUTE 5 BOX 688 
RED MOUNTAIN 

ROUTE 2 BOX 400 
RIDGECREST 

4907 SETERRA BEND 
TEMPLE 

2519 WILBON DRIVE 



MR. PHIL STINNETT 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MRS. MILDRED SANDERS 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
DR. FRANK SHELBURNE 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MR. JAMES F. BUFFALOE 

HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 
MRS. ANNE HOPE 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MRS. SARAH ISAACS 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
DR. LON PIERCE 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
REV. DONALD L. BOWDEN 

DURHAM, NC 27713 
REV. DONALD J. CHRISTIAN 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MR. JOHN MCCALL 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MR. O.C. MITCHELL 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
REV. RON HARRISON 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MR, TONY BLALOCK 

TIMBERLAKE, NC 27583 
MR. WILEY OAKLEY 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
REV. J. HAROLD CRAIG 

DURHAM, NC 27704 



ANGIER AVENUE MRS 

426 SOUTHERLAND DRIVE 
BAHAMA MS. 

8206 LOWELL VALLEY DRIVE 
jBELLS MRS 

ROUTE 3 BOX 156 
BETHESDA MS. 

1517 TYONEK DRIVE 
BRAGGIOWN MRS 

304 W. DEL AFIELD AVENUE 
CALVARY MRS 

8516 DOUGHTON DRIVE 
CARRBORO MS. 

100 LINDSAY STREET 
CEDAR FORK MRS 

ROUTE 1 BOX 309 
CHEEK HEIGHTS MRS 

106 DAVIDSON AVENUE 
DURHAM MEMORIAL MRS 

1700 LOGAN STREET 
EBENEZER MS. 
ROUTE 2 BOX 486 



WMU DIRECTORS 

. CHARLES E. WOMACK 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
BARBARA SMITH 

BAHAMA, NC 27503 
. BARBARA HORTON 

APEX, NC 27502 
JACKIE MLAKAR 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
. LEE MURRAY 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
. LISA WINSTEAD 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
HAZEL O'QUINN 

CARRBORO, NC 27510 
. CAROLYN WARD 

MORRISVILL, NC 27560 
. MARGIE HAYES 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
. PATRICIA NEAL 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
BETTY O' DELL 

DURHAM, NC 27705 



286-2215 

596-5067 
596-4039 
596-8848 
732-5444 
688-3124 
477-0250 
544-2278 
544-1888 
967-8359 
489-4078 
596-2403 
682-2736 
471-6150 
477-1083 
471-4688 

598-6665 
471-4391 
362-6521 
596-3969 
477-3132 
471-6920 
929-3049 
544-1432 
477-7466 
682-3108 
383-4558 



101 



MRS. 



EDGE MONT 

1108 RAY NOR STREET 
EPHESUS MRS 

130 WILKINS DRIVE LOT 4 



MRS. 



MRS. 



MRS. 



MS 



FAITH 

3916 ALAMEDA STREET 
FIRST 

1203 NORTH STREET 
GORMAN 

2504 E. GEER STREET 
GRACE 

327-BCLARK STREET 
GUESS ROAD 

2606 NEWPORT DRIVE 
HOLLOWAY STREET 

1208 PARK AVENUE 
HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 

504 FAIRFIELD ROAD 
HOPE VALLEY 

6717 GLEN FOREST DRIVE 
I M MANUEL 

707 BECKETT STREET 
LAKEWOOD 

2103 LAFAYETTE STREET 
LEESVILLE ROAD 

137 ALBERCOMBIA DRIVE 
LOWE'S GROVE 

4424 S. ALSTON AVENUE 
LYSTRA 

ROUTE 9 
MOUNT CAR MEL 

ROUTE 6 BOX 409 
MOUNT GILEAD 

ROUTE 3 BOX 28 
MOUNT HER MON 

2306 GATE HILL DRIVE 
MOUNT MORI AH 

ROUTE 2 BOX 164 
MOUNT PISGAH 

ROUTE 3 BOX 206 
NEW JERUSALEM 

415 HIGHVIEW DRIVE 
OLIVE BRANCH 

515 CHIVALRY DRIVE 
PAGE ROAD 

2116 GLOVER ROAD 
PARKVIEW 

700 HAMMOND STREET 
RIDGECREST 

5822 WILMA STREET 
ROSE OF SHARON 

3141 ROSE OF SHARON ROAD 
TEMPLE MRS. 

2502 WRIGHTWOOD AVENUE 
TRINITY MRS. 

1737-D EAST CORNWALLIS ROAD 



HUBERT MUMFORD 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
DONNA SLAUGHTER 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
GENE TEASLEY 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
A. A. GREGORY 

DURHAM, NC 27701 
GRACE FOGLEMAN 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
PAT HILLIARD 

DURHAM, NC 27701 
MRS. GERALDINE MITCHELL 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MS. GWEN LAING 

DURHAM, NC 27701 
EUNICE R. SPROUSE 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
LUCY WOODELL 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
JANET JOHNS 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
WORTH ARNOLD 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
SANDRA MARKHAM 

WAKE FOREST, NC 27587 
LINDA BOWDEN 

DURHAM, NC 27713 
NANCY MCCOY 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
JEAN ATWATER 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
JEAN C. TRIPP 

PITTSBORO, NC 27312 
W.T. DORRITY 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
KAYE POWELL 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
RACHEL CHURCHILL 
APEX, NC 27502 
IRENE CALDWELL 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
LARRY HARRIS 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MRS. BETTY SORRELL 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
AZZIE MAE GRIFFIN 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
BEVERLY CLARK 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
D.L. WEBSTER, JR. 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
STEWART PICKETT 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
LORETTA WARREN 

DURHAM, NC 27713 



MRS. 



MRS. 



MRS. 



MR J 



MRS. 



MRS. 



MRS. 



MRS. 



MRS. 



MRS. 



MRS. 



MRS. 



MRS. 



MRS. 



MS 



MRS. 



MRS. 



UNIVERSITY 
ROUTE 7 



MS. 



BOX 187 



PEGGY YATES 

DURHAM, NC 27707 



102 



iVATTS STREET 

ROUTE 3 BOX 154 
sUST DURHAM 

516 CECIL STREET 
VESTWOOD 

2522 WOODROW STREET 



MS. NANNIE MAE HERNDON 

DURHAM, NC 27713 

MS. MIRIAM RICKS 

DURHAM, NC 27707 

MRS. MARGARET MUNFORD 



BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS 

BAHAMA MR. EARL SMITH 

8206 LOWELL VALLEY DRIVE BAHAMA, NC 27503 



BETHESDA 

1219 CLINTON ROAD 
8RAGGTOWN 

5319 MEMORY DRIVE 
3ALVARY 

1709 MARLEY DRIVE 
CEDAR FORK 

ROUTE 1 BOX 313 
CHEEK HEIGHTS 

1826 MILAN STREET 
CRESSET 

ROUTE 2 BOX 513 
DURHAM MEMORIAL 

2502 ALBANY STREET 
EBENEZER 

3915 RIVERMONT ROAD 
EDGE MONT 

3107 NANTUCKETT STREET 



MR. FRED BRAMIGK 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MR. RUSSELL BALDWIN 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MR. LARRY OAKLEY 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MR. J. EDWIN COUCH 

MORRISVILLE, NC 27560 
MR. JEFF BOOTH 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MR. GLENN WINSTEAD 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MR. ELLIOTT TAYLOR 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MR. PHIL BROWNING 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MR. JACK ROSE 

DURHAM, NC 27703 



JEPHESUS MR. ELWOOD MASSEY, SR. 

5615 FAYETTEVILLE ROAD DURHAM, NC 27713 



GRACE 

ROUTE 1 BOX 332, #7 
UESS ROAD 

ROUTE 5 BOX 1230 
HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 

5115 RUSSELL ROAD 
HOPE VALLEY 

3430 FREEMAN 
LOWE'S GROVE 

6600 BAR BEE ROAD 
MOUNT CAR MEL 

ROUTE 6 BOX 375 
MOUNT GILEAD 

ROUTE 4 BOX 668 
{MOUNT MORI AH 

3901 KERLEY ROAD 
OLIVE BRANCH 

3608 GIBSON ROAD 
PAGE ROAD 

ROUTE 6 BOX 507 
PARKVIEW 

3817 TOMAHAWK TRAIL 
RED MOUNTAIN 

ROUTE 2 BOX 250 
RIDGECREST 

416 SANDLEWOOD DRIVE 
ROSE OF SHARON 

1920 WINKLER ROAD 



MR. DESMOND GEDDINGS 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MR. RAY HAIGLER 

HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 
MR. JIM CHAMBERS 

DURHAP4, NC 27712 
MR. ROBERT THOMPSON 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MR. CLARENCE GILMORE 

DURHAM, NC 27713 
MR. JAMES H. DIGGS 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MR. MELVIN CLARK 

PITTSBORO, NC 27312 
MR. ROGER ELLIOUTT 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MR. CONNIE CARDEN 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MR. W.E. RICE 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MR. CURTIS CRUTCHFIELD 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MR. STEVE CARDEN 

ROUGEMONT, NC 27572 
MR. KEN MOZINGO 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MR. ANDY REV ILL 

DURHAM, NC 27712 



544-1859 
682-5016 
286-4964 

471-4391 
596-1584 
477-3916 
596-54024 
544-7014 
688-1930 

382- 0284 
471-6935 

383- 2740 
596-3540 
544-2322 
383-7951 
732-6459 
383-4903 
596-7913 
544-1088 
933-3949 
542-3848 
489-2509 
596-8442 
596-6134 
471-4345 
477-3152 
471-6712 
477-5119 



103 



TEMPLE 

1203 N. GREG SON STREE 
WEST DURHAM 

346 KILARNEY DRIVE 
WESTWOOD 

1822 FOREST ROAD 



ANGIER AVENUE 

5149 TROON LANE 
BAHAMA 

ROUTE 1 BOX 238 
BELLS 

ROUTE 3 
BEREA 

ROUTE 3 BOX 106 A 
BETHESDA 

4607 HOLLOMAN ROAD 
BRAGGTOWN 

321 CHERYL DRIVE 
CALVARY 

205 PLEASANT DRIVE 
CARRBORO 

P.O. BOX 156 
CEDAR FORK 

ROUTE 1 BOX 222 
CHEEK HEIGHTS 

ROUTE 5 BOX 503 
CRESSET 

4011 GARRETT ROAD 
DURHAM MEMORIAL 

2208 CARPENTER ROAD 
EBENEZER 

ROUTE 2 BOX 525-A 
EDGEMONT 

4107 SUNNY COURT 
EPHESUS 

4600 HIGHGATE DRIVE 
FAITH 

2540 BURTON ROAD 
FARRINGTON ROAD 

P.O. BOX 2051 
FI ELDCREST 

3417 GLENN ROAD 
FIRST 

1431 ACADIA STREET 
GORMAN 

5607 SKY LANE DRIVE 
GRACE 

2815 CASCADILLA STREE'] 
GREY STONE 

116 CARDRIFF 
GUESS ROAD 

5701 WANDERLUST LANE 
HOLLOWAY STREET 

610 LINDLEY DRIVE 
HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 

1737 GRADY DRIVE 



MR. LARRY BUMGARDNER 
T DURHAM, NC 27701 

MR. KENNETH BROWN 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MR. IRVIN BREEDLOVE 

DURHAM, NC 27705 

TREASURERS 

MR. JOHN C. RASMUSSEN 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MR. TOMMY WEAVER 

HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 
MRS. GLENDA OXENDINE 

APEX, NC 27502 
MRS. WANDA HUTSON 

DURHAM, NC 27713 
MRS. ROSE FLOYD 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MR. EUGENE MANGUM 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MRS. DOROTHY CHRISTIAN 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MRS. SANDRA HUNN 

CARRBORO, NC 27510 
MRS. FAYE PROCTOR 

MORRI SVILLE, NC 27560 
MRS. ETHEL HOLDER 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MR. DAVID BASS 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
MRS. MARY ANN CARPENTER 
DURHAM, NC 27703 
MR. TOMMY RILEY 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MR. PHILLIP CASEY 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MRS. ELLEN GARDNER 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
MR. FLOYD HICKS 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MRS. LINDA GILES 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MRS. CATHERYNE WEAVER 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MRS. HELEN BROCK WELL 

DURHAM, NC 27701 
MR. BOB L. FULLER 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MR. C. FLEMEN WATKINS 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MR. DAVID SINK 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MR. BILL MERRITT 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MRS. ANN BATCHELOR 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MR. WILEY BENNETT 

DURHAM, NC 27712 



104 



HOPE VALLEY MR. RONALD BRUNEON 489-9455 

4008 W. CORNWALLIS DURHAM, NC 27705 

IMMANUEL MRS. THELMA RAS BERRY 477-9564 

811 RUBY STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 

LAKEWOOD MRS. LAWRENCE WARD 489-8944 

3900 HULON DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27705 

LEESVILLE ROAD MRS. ARLENE HARRIS 596-5185 

ROUTE 4 BOX 38 7- A DURHAM, NC 27703 

LOWE'S GROVE MR. RONNIE MITCHELL 544-2382 

5404 S. ALSTON AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27713 

LYSTRA MRS. KAY WOMBLE 933-1479 

ROUT 5 BOX 350 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

MOUNT CARMEL MRS. CYNTHIA TAYLOR 967-2839 

201 WESTBROOK DRIVE APT B-l CARRBORO, NC 27510 

MOUNT GILEAD MS. PAT ROBERSON 542-3399 

ROUTE 4 BOX 514 PITTSBORO, NC 27312 

MOUNTHERMON MRS. WAYLAND GODWIN 383-4244 

3604 UNIVERSITY STA. RD. CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

MOUNT MORI AH MR. CHARLES BROWN 489-4474 

4839 ERWIN ROAD DURHAM, NC 27707 

MOUNT PISGAH MRS. MILLIE LONG 544-2384 

ROUTE 3 BOX 218 B DURHAM, NC 27713 

NEW JERUSALEM MR. ULYSSES WALLS, JR. 471-3269 

1516 STACEY DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27713 

NORTH DURHAM CHAPEL MRS. LINDA TERRY 477-8690 

5731 GUESS ROAD DURHAM, NC 27712 

OLIVE BRANCH MRS. RUTH MANGUM 596-6181 

4017 WAKE FOREST HIGHWAY DURHAM, NC 27703 

PAGE ROAD MS. HYACINTH RICE 596-6134 

ROUTE 6 BOX 507 DURHAM, NC 27703 

PARKVIEW MR. SONNY NEWCOMB 477-2593 

6728 LOCKWOOD DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27712 

PARKWOOD MR. DAVID GREEN 544-3573 

5802 WILLIAMSBURG WAY DURHAM, NC 27713 

PLAINVIEW MISS JACKIE JENKS 688-0698 

4008 CHEEK ROAD DURHAM, NC 27704 

RED MOUNTAIN MRS. BETTY LOU ELLIS 477-3079 

ROUTE 2 MORI AH ROAD ROUGEMONT, NC 27572 

RIDGECREST MRS. CAROLYN COOK 477-1728 

8512 POLARIS DRIVE BAHAMA, NC 27503 

ROSE OF SHARON MRS. DAVID LEWIS 383-6285 

328 FLEMING DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27712 
SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHAPEL 

OF CHAPEL HILL MR. WILSON KNIGHT 489-9668 

3810 HULON DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27705 

TEMPLE MR. R. ZACK LONG 477-5169 

614 BON AIR AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27704 

TRINITY MRS. JACKIE PENDERGRAFT 596-6785 

1904 EDGERTON DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27703 

UNIVERSITY MR. HANK KOON 942-2157 

100 S. COLUMGIA STREET CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 

WATTS STREET MRS. JEWELL SIMPSON 477-5250 

2512 WILBON STREET DURHAM, NC 27704 

WEST DURHAM MR. HENRY JARMON 688-1615 

2219 FITZGRALD AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27707 

WESTWOOD MR. WALTER EAKES 236-1961 

1210 CAROLINA AVENUE DURHAM, NC 27705 



105 



YATES MR. ROBERT A. WILMARTH 

3725 RANDOLPH ROAD DURHAM, NC 27705 



ANGIER AVENUE MRS 

204 RAYNOR STREET 
BAHAMA MR. 

7912 LOWELL VALLEY DRIVE 
BELLS MRS 

ROUTE 3 BOX 157-1 
BEREA MRS 

ROUTE 3 BOX 113 
BETHESDA MRS 

2619 ELLIS ROAD 
BRAGGTOWN MRS 

3704 HERMINE STREET 
CALVARY MRS 

3603 GRI MES AVENUE 
CARRBORO MS. 

403 GARY ROAD 
CEDAR FORK MR. 

ROUTE 1 BOX 313 
CHEEK HEIGHTS MRS 

1111 MIDLAND TERRACE 
CRESSET MR. 

2609 DUKE HOMESTEAD ROAD 
DURHAM MEMORIAL MRS 

ROUTE 6 BOX 355 
EBENEZER MRS 

ROUTE 2 BOX 519 
EDGEMONT MRS 

2535 ROSS ROAD 
EPHESUS MRS 

3312 WATKINS ROAD 
FAITH MRS 

2511 E. CLUB BLVD. 
FAR RING TON ROAD MS. 

ROUTE 12 BOX 116 
FIELDCREST MRS 

3330 GLENN ROAD 
FIRST MR. 

4307 DAVID STREET 
GORMAN MRS 

2504 E. GEER STREET 
GRACE MRS 

4510 CHESHIRE COURT 
GREY STONE MR. 

P.O. BOX 2686 
HOLLOWAY STREET MS. 

1208 PARK AVENUE 
HOPE VALLEY MRS 

ROUTE 3 BOX 266 B 
I M MANUEL MRS 

3721 CAMBRIDGE ROAD 
LAKEWOOD MRS 

1906 JAMES STREET 
LEESVILLE ROAD MRS 

ROUTE 6 BOX 225 



CHURCH CLERKS 

. I.F. ROWLAND 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
DAVID FIELDS 

BAHAMA, NC 27503 
. ANGELA JOYNER 

APEX, NC 27502 
. JO ANN MASSEY 

DURHAM, NC 27713 
. RUBY B. MASSEY 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
. R.L. JEFFRIES 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
. JANICE R. TICE 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
SARAH PENDERGRAFT 

CARRBORO, NC 27510 
J. EDWIN COUCH 

MORRISVILLE, NC 27560 
. IRA PATE 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
TIM WIEST 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
. ANN RAMSEY 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
. NOLA RILEY 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
. GERALD WILLIAMS 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
. THELMA WITHRSPOON 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
. ZEB D. WALKER 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
LINDA TINGEN 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
. KATHRYN DENTON 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
J. CULLUM WILSON 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
. GRACE FOGLEMAN 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
. JACK ROYAL 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
ELMO CLAYTON 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
GWEN LAING 

DURHAM, NC 27701 
. PAULINE LEWTER 

DURHAM, NC 27713 
. FRANCES G. CANNON 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
. LUCILLE WARD 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
. KATHY CARPENTER 

DURHAM, NC 27703 



106 



MS. 



.OWE'S GROVE 

2601 S. ALSTON AVENUE 
LYSTRA 

ROUTE 9 
MOUNT CAR MEL 

ROUTE 6 BOX 375 
MOUNT GILEAD 

ROUTE 4 BOX 524 
MOUNT HERMON 

ROUTE 1 BOX 208 
MOUNT MORI AH 

4849 ERWIN ROAD 
MOUNT PISGAH 

ROUTE 3 BOX 222 
NEW JERUSALEM 

610 SADDLE RIDGE AVENUE 
NORTH DURHAM CHAPEL 

5723 GUESS ROAD 
OLIVE BRANCH 

3608 GIBSON ROAD 
PAGE ROAD 

2116 GLOVER ROAD 
PARKVIEW 

123 CHATEAU ROAD 
PARK WOOD 

106 MONTEREY LANE 
PLAINVIEW 

ROUT 5 BOX 620 
RED MOUNTAIN 

ROUTE 2 BOX 384- C 
RIDGECREST 

5114 KENWOOD ROAD 
ROSE OF SHARON 

1703 UMSTEAD ROAD 
SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHAPEL 
OF CHAPEL HILL 

3810 HULON DRIVE 
TEMPLE 

5234 N. W: 
TRINITY 

1336 LYNLEY DRIVE 
UNIVERSITY 

608 AIRPORT ROAD 
WATTS STREET 

2932 FRIENDSHIP ROAD 
WEST DURHAM 

716 PLUM STREET 
WE ST WOOD 

1321 NEW CASTLE ROAD APT K- 
YATES MRS 

2522 ALPINE ROAD 



HAZEL GODWIN 

DURHAM, NC 27713 
ANNE ZAPPA 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MRS. NORMA N. DIGGS 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MS. JOYCE M. BYNUM 

PITTSBORO, NC 27312 
MRS. HERBERT CASH 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MRS. ANNIE B. BULLOCK 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MRS. MARIE F. MARKHAM 
APEX, NC 27502 
MS. BRENDA J. RILEY 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MRS. CAROL BELCHER 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MRS. CONNIE GARDEN 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MRS. BETTY SORRELL 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MR. RAYMOND LESTER 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MRS. CLAIRE A. THOMAS 

DURHAM, NC 27713 
MRS. LINDA W. REDFORD 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
MRS. BILLIE M. LATTA 

BAHAMA, NC 27503 
MRS. JACQUELINE MCFARLAND 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
MISS EDITH DUNNAGAN 

DURHAM, NC 27712 



MS. CHERRIE KNIGHT 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MRS. MARSHALL CLEMENTS 
LLOWHAVEN DRIVE DURHAM, NC 27712 

MR. TOMMY FLETCHER 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
MS. CATHERINE HOLLAND 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MS. VIRGINIA WIGGINS 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
MRS. MARY BYRD 

DURHAM, NC 27701 
MISS SUSAN WILBURN 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
HELEN BRAY 

DURHAM, NC 27707 



ANG I ER AVENUE 

2111 ANG IER AVENUE 
BELLS 

P.O. BOX 841 



CHAIRMEN OF DEACONS 

MR. VANCE E. FISHER 

DURHAM, NC 27703 

MR. TIM DAVIDSON 

PITTSBORO, NC 27312 



596-2626 
933-2120 
933-3449 
542-4198 
383-3354 
489-3634 
362-6006 
471-4513 
477-3852 
596-8442 
596-2973 
477-4044 
544-2797 
596-5003 
471-9277 
471-2386 
333-1843 

489-9668 
383-2493 
596-1020 
929-6135 
489-6383 
596-6583 
477-5013 
493-3739 

596-6160 
542-2040 



107 



BEREA MR 

ROUTE 3 BOX 116 
BETHESDA MR 

3707 ESTHER DRIVE 
BRAGGTOWN MR 

18 DAL TON COURT 
CALVARY MR 

ROUTE 4 BOX 371- C-2 
CARRBORO MR 

211 BLUERIDGE ROAD 
CEDAR FORK MR 

ROUTE 1 BOX 324 
CHEEK HEIGHTS MR 

1834 E. GEER STREET 
CRESSET MR 

713 CHURCHILL DRIVE 
DURHAM MEMORIAL MR 

1700 LOGAN STREET 
EBENEZER MR 

902 OLD OXFORD HIGHWAY 
EDGEMONT MR 

4107 SUNNY COURT 
EPHESUS MR 

ROUTE 7 BOX 82 
FAITH MR 

4 FAITH DRIVE 
FARRINGTON ROAD MR 

200 COOPER STREET 
FIELDCREST MR 

3210 SHEARBON DRIVE 
FIRST MR 

5540 INVERNESS DRIVE 
GORMAN MR 

ROUTE 5 BOX 173 
GRACE MR 

3810 DOVER ROAD 
GREY STONE MR 

5117 INVERNESS ROAD (BOX 
GUESS ROAD MR 

2400 CARVER STREET 
HOLLOWAY STREET MR 

424 BELMONT STREET 
HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS MR 

615 NOVEMBER DRIVE 
HOPE VALLEY MR 

ROUTE 3 BOX 266 B 
I M MANUEL MR 

5309 FAIROAKS ROAD 
LAKE WOOD MR 

2707 THORN E STREET 
LEESVILLE ROAD MR 

ROUTE 4 BOX 387-A 
LYSTRA MR 

ROUTE 7 BOX 570 
MOUNT CAR MEL MR 

ROUTE 6 BOX 504 
MOUNT GILEAD MR 

ROUTE 4 BOX 495 



. mack vickers 

durham, nc 27713 
. bruce c. little 

durham, nc 27703 
. eddie hill 

durham, nc 27705 
. ronnie peele 

durham, nc 27703 
. will ward 

carrboro, nc 27510 
. johnny evans 

morrisville, nc 27560 
. james t. carroll 

durham, nc 27704 
. fred eckel 

chapel hill, nc 27514 
. john neal 

durham, nc 27704 
. willie oakley 

durham, nc 27704 
. phillip casey 

durham, nc 27705 
. warren elledge 

durham, nc 27707 
. wayne andrews 

durham, nc 27704 
. james williams 

chapel hill, nc 27514 
. thomas ellis 

durham, nc 27707 
. wayne goodrum 

durham, nc 27712 
. w.h. sparrow, sr. 

durham, nc 27704 
. w.w. edwards 

durham, nc 27707 
. jack rigsbee 
2803) durham, nc 27712 
. bob rummel 

durham, nc 27705 
. howard harris 

durham, nc 27703 
. bill sprague 

durham, n c 27712 
. Ralph lewter 

durham, nc 27713 
. dan deroeck 

durham, nc 27712 
. wallace dodd 

durham, nc 27704 
. james harris 

durham, nc 27703 
. gerald oldham 

chapel hill, nc 27514 
. edward williams 

chapel hill, nc 27514 
. ricky tripp 

pittsboro, nc 27312 



544-1464 
596-7750 
383-7308 
596-7452 
967-3482 
544-2849 
682-0728 
929-1746 
682-3108 
471-2818 
383-5605 
489-4803 
596-7380 
929-4927 
489-0570 
471-5265 
688-3753 
489-5122 
383-3968 
477-5018 
596-5601 
383-1280 
544-2788 
471-6735 
477-7773 
596-5185 
933-6644 
933-7806 
542-4339 



108 



HOUNTHERMON MR. 

2115 ENGLEWOOD AVENUE 
MOUNT MORI AH MR. 

4814 ERWIN ROAD 
MOUNT PISGAH MR. 

ROUTE 1 BOX 184 
^ORTH DURHAM CHAPEL MR. 

2017 BIVINS ROAD 
3LIVE BRANCH MR. 

ROUTE 6 BOX 321 
PAGE ROAD MR. 

4228 ANGIER AVENUE 
ARKVIEW MR. 

2413 FARTHINF STREET 
LAINVIEW MR. 
2517 ARDSLEY DRIVE 
RED MOUNTAIN MR. 

ROUTE 2 BOX 406 
UDGECREST MR. 

5701 ROXBORO ROAD 
iOSE OF SHARON MR. 

1713 MASON ROAD 
SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHAPEL 

OF CHAPEL HILL MR. 
3810 HULON DRIVE 
TEMPLE MR. 

807 W. CHAPEL HILL STREET 
TRINITY MR. 

1904 EDGERTON DRIVE 
UNIVERSITY DR. 

100 LAUREL HILL CIRCLE 
VATTS STREET MS. 

20 PENNINGTON STREET 
iVEST DURHAM MR. 

404 DUPREE STREET 
VEST WOOD MR. 

1611 DELAWARE AVENUE 
YATES MR. 
4305 COBSCOOK 



CARPENTER MANGUM 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
CLYDE CARROLL 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
GARY SEARS 

MORRISVILLE, NC 27560 
MAURICE WALKER 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
GEORGE RAY 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
CLING KING 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
ROBERT WILSON 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
HORACE ADCOCK 

DURHAM, NC 27704 
A.M. HALL 

BAHAMA, NC 27503 
ONSLOW PAINTER 

DURHAM, NC 27712 
JESSE EVANS 

DURHAM, NC 27712 

WILSON KNIGHT 

DURHAM,NC 27705 
BILL BATTEN 

DURHAM, NC 27701 
BOBBY PENDERGRAFT 

DURHAM, NC 27703 
TROY SLUDER 

CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 
MARY ANN STONE 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
W.L. MCAULEY 

DURHAM, NC 27707 
ALFRED EAKES 

DURHAM, NC 27705 
CHARLES CATO 

DURHAM, NC 27707 



286-2394 
489-9333 
467-9409 
471-4702 
596-7304 
596-4604 
477-7974 
682-1037 
477-3774 

477-4637 

489-9668 
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112 



THE 1988 ANNUAL 
OF THE 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
IS CONCLUDED WITH 

THE FOLLOWING 
STATISTICAL TABLES 
FOR YOUR FURTHER INFORMATION 
AND REFERENCE 



CHURCH MEMBERSHIP AND OTHER INFORMATION 114 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 116 

CHURCH TRAINING 118 

MUSIC MINISTRY 120 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 122 

BROTHERHOOD 124 

TOTAL RECEIPTS, LOCAL EXPENDITURES & STEWARDSHIP 126 

MISSION EXPENDITURES 128 

SPECIAL INFORMATION 130 



113 



TABLE A; CHURCH MEMBERSHIP AND OTHER INFORMATION 





* 


County 














Ass oc i a t i on i 


3 


Year organized as 


a church 








YATES 


4 


Locat i on 




Medium Ci ty 


Large City 






1-Open Country 


(10 


,000- 


49,000) 


(50,000 or mo 


State: 




2-Vi llage 


5- 


Downtown 


8 


■ Down t own 


NORTH CAROLINA 




3 -Town 




6- 


Nei ghborhood 


9 


- Nei ghborhc 






4-Small 


City 


7- 


Subur 


ban 





-Suburban 




5 


Services held twice on Sunday? (Y/N) 






13 


Total Baptisms 














14 


Other additions (by letter 


, statement 


, etc . J 


CHURCHES 




* County 


a 3 ® 


4® 


5® 


13® 


14® 


1 fi® 

JLO 










1 


Y 








ft 


ANGIER AVENUE 


















u 


BAHAMA 




DURHAM 


1985 





Y 


10 


27 


1 


BELLS 


















n 
U 


BEREA 




DURHAM 


1856 





Y 


1 


10 


1 

o J 


BETHESDA 




DURHAM 


1884 





Y 


16 


23 


35 S 


CALVARY 




DURHAM 


1948 


9 


Y 


10 


14 


11 c 
X<5 D 


CARRBORO 




ORANGE 


1902 


3 


Y 


2 


28 


9Q £ 
43 


CEDAR FORK 




DURHAM 


1805 


1 


Y 


3 


5 


Q 1 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 




DURHAM 


1941 


9 


Y 





7 


17 


CRESSET 




DURHAM 


1959 





Y 


4 


22 


77 1 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 




DURHAM 


1853 


9 


Y 


9 


19 


32 r 


EBENEZER 




ORANGE 


1895 


1 


Y 


7 


14 


17 £ 


EDGEMONT 




DURHAM 


1902 


9 


Y 


1 


2 


1 Q 9 <i 


EPHESUS 




DURHAM 


1891 





Y 


5 


28 


7 C 


FAITH 




DURHAM 


1948 





Y 


3 


15 


16 4 


FARRINGTON ROAD 




DURHAM 


1979 


7 


Y 


3 


5 


•7 
1 


FIELDCREST 




DURHAM 


1965 





N 





3 


4 1 


FIRST 




DURHAM 


1845 


8 


Y 


17 


31 


64 16 


GORMAN 




DURHAM 


1916 





Y 


12 


18 


17 n 


GRACE 




DURHAM 


1907 


9 


Y 


5 


8 


43 5 


GREY STONE 




DURHAM 


1894 


9 


Y 


55 


76 


26 25 


GUESS ROAD 




DURHAM 


1945 


9 


Y 


16 


22 


oo c 
oo 3 


HOLLOWAY STREET 




DURHAM 


1941 





Y 


3 


6 


9fi 1 

iU £ 


HOMESTEAD HE IGHTS 




DURHAM 


1962 


9 


Y 


26 


80 


40 8 


HOPE VALLEY 




DURHAM 


1959 





Y 


4 


63 


a a 
a h 


IMV1ANUEL 




DURHAM 


1942 


9 


Y 


3 


21 


17 3 


T AKFWOOT") 




DURHAM 


1912 


9 


N 


2 


4 


10 2 


LEESVILLE ROAD 




DURHAM 


1985 


1 


Y 


2 


10 


n 
u 


LOWE' S GROVE 




DURHAM 


1909 





Y 


1 


3 


16 4 


T YSTRA 




CHATHAM 


1852 


1 


N 








1 1 


MOUNT CARMEL 




ORANGE 


1803 


1 


N 


1 


7 


3 5 


MOUNT G I LEAD 




CHATHAM 


1824 


1 


N 


4 


3 


7 e i 


MOUNT HFRMON 




ORANGE 


1848 


1 


N 


7 


10 


1 Q A 


MOUNT MORI AH 




ORANGE 


1823 


1 


Y 


6 


6 


1 Q A 


MOUNT PISGAH 





CHATHAM 


1814 


1 


N 


5 





8 ] 


NEW JERUSALEM 




DURHAM 


1984 


9 


N 


2 


3 


1 


NORTH DURHAM CHAP FT 




DURHAM 







Y 


1 


32 


n 
U 


OT TVF RRANirW 




DURHAM 


1875 





Y 


3 


9 


13 i 


PAOF ROAD 




DURHAM 


1968 


2 


N 


2 


7 


D || 


PARKV I EW 




DURHAM 


1952 


9 


Y 


7 


10 


12 < 


PARKWOOD 




DURHAM 


1969 


7 


Y 


4 


7 


19 : 


PLAINV IEW 




DURHAM 


1949 


1 


Y 


5 


3 


12 J| 


RED MOUNTAIN 




DURHAM 


1881 


1 


Y 


12 


17 


5 1 


R IDOPT'RPST 




DURHAM 


1955 





Y 


14 


60 


Qft ( 
OD < 


ROSE OF SHARON 




DURHAM 


1879 


1 


Y 


13 


17 


55 ! 


SO BAPT CHAP EL -CH 




ORANGE 


1987 


7 


N 
N 


4 


67 




TFMPI F 




DURHAM 


1888 


8 


2 


5 


26 S 


TRINITY 




DURHAM 


1940 


9 


Y 








19 : 


I IN I VFRS I TV 

VI* 1 V LjTVO 111 




ORANGE 


1855 


5 


N 


10 


32 


29 i 


WATTS STRFFT 




DURHAM 


1923 


9 


Y 





18 


17 


WEST DURHAM 






1892 


7 


Y 


2 


6 


48 : 


WESTWOOD BAPTIST 




DURHAM 


1950 


9 


Y 


7 


21 


18 


YATES 




DURHAM 


1878 





N 


11 


32 


38 i. 




TOTALS 












342 936 


1174 231 



I L4 



YEAR ENDING 9/30/88 



15 Members lost (by letter, death, statement, etc.) 

16 Present resident members 

17 Present nonresident members 

18 Grand total present members 

19 No. members received from non-Baptist Churches 

20 No. members lost to non-Baptist Churches 

24 Value of pastor's home 

25 Value of church property 

26 Total church debt at end of this associational year 



17® 


18® 


19® 


20® 


24® 


25® 


26® 


CHURCHES 














































ANGIER AVENUE 


1 


101 


11 


1 





225000 


125000 


BAHAMA 























BELLS 


46 


206 


1 








540000 





BEREA 


124 


1056 


2 





85000 


2500000 


237646 


BETHESDA 


28 


648 


3 





80000 


1290150 


70466 


CALVARY 


375 


899 


1 


1 


125000 


1068209 


3763 


CARRBORO 


58 


254 





4 





300000 





CEDAR FORK 


pi 


302 








75000 


40000 





CHEEK HEIGHTS 


202 


594 


2 


5 








340000 


CRESSET 


257 


962 


2 


4 





1077200 





DURHAM MEMORIAL 


1 40 


662 


1 








800000 


54000 


EBENEZER 


1 56 


354 











761000 





EDGEMONT 


I 69 


290 


8 





150000 


824000 





EPHESUS 


6 


499 





2 


69000 


560000 





FAITH 


14 


69 





2 





465000 


36042 


FARRINGTON ROAD 


[36 


177 











246000 





FIELDCREST 


366 


2051 


3 


7 





4362361 


184588 


FIRST 


1234 


942 


1 


1 


150000 


1800000 


65000 


GORMAN 


|377 


911 





4 





2023646 





GRACE 


428 


2965 











6000000 





GREY STONE 


25 


931 


3 


4 











GUESS ROAD 


205 


536 





3 





1470390 





HOLLOWAY STREET 


103 


1001 


6 


3 





2000000 


1500000 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 


44 


514 


1 


3 





1500000 


30000 


HOPE VALLEY 


35 


384 


1 


1 





850000 


66867 


IMMANUEL 


i 90 


403 











500000 


19091 


LAKEWOOD 





79 











375000 


130000 


LEESVILLE ROAD 


86 


561 





1 


100000 


1000500 





LOWE'S GROVE 


62 


190 








65000 


350000 





LYSTRA 


105 


327 


2 





125000 


648375 


3560 


MOUNT CARMEL 


58 


324 








85000 


350000 


68000 


MOUNT G I LEAD 


71 


497 


1 


3 


150000 


970000 


198698 


MOUNT HERMON 


58 


458 


3 





150000 


300000 





MOUNT MORI AH 


69 


266 


1 





75000 


340000 





MOUNT PISGAH 


2 


75 

















NEW JERUSALEM 





33 


2 











2399 


NORTH DURHAM CHAPEL 


43 


233 











560000 


45559 


OLIVE BRANCH 


6 


160 











250000 


34000 


PAGE ROAD 


95 


420 


1 


2 





300000 





PARKVIEW 


160 


395 








60000 


900000 


10000 


PARKWOOD 


214 


440 








90000 


260000 


22458 


PLAINVIEW 


J 20 


470 


1 











12844 


RED MOUNTAIN 


J 138 


990 


2 


5 


125000 


1800000 


75950 


RIDGECREST 


80 


387 





2 


85000 


600000 





ROSE OF SHARON 


3 


64 


3 














SO BAPT CHAPEL-CH 


290 


834 





4 





2151000 





TEMPLE 


7 


309 

















TRINITY 


Il60 


700 











5000000 





UNIVERSITY 


in 


1062 


3 


4 





2780364 





WATTS STREET 




382 











370000 


50000 


WEST DURHAM 


J 99 


439 


2 








600000 





WESTWOOD BAPTIST 


263 


940 





8 





1000000 


62000 


YATES 




f 40 


28746 


67 


74 


1844000 


52108195 


3447931 


TOTALS 



! 



115 



TABLE B: SUNDAY SCHOOL 



54 Cradle Roll enrollment (Birth to 2 years) 

55 Preschool enrollment (Birth through 5 years) 

56 Children enrollment (6-11 years or grades 1-6) 

57 Youth enrollment (12-17 years or grades 7-12) 

58 Yng. Ad. enr. -Single (18-29 yrs . or grad.-29 yr| 

59 Yng. Ad. enr.-MaYried (18-29 yrs. or grad.-29 y 

60 Adult enrollment (30-59 years) 

61 Senior Adult enrollment (60 and over) 
6 2 Adults Away enrollment 

63 Homebound enrollment 



CHURCHES 


54® 


55® 


56® 


57® 


58® 


59® 


60® 


61® 


62® 































ANGIER AVENUE 





























BAHAMA 





20 


25 


15 








51 








BELLS 





























BEREA 





9 


10 


12 


12 


6 


10 


7 





BETHESDA 





50 


58 


82 


17 


29 


141 


101 





CALVARY 





36 


38 


32 


8 


4 


122 


53 





CARRBORO 





54 


50 


40 


33 


25 


125 


93 





CEDAR FORK 


7 


7 


15 


12 


14 


22 


32 


25 





CHEEK HEIGHTS 





2 


1 





2 


1 


10 


27 





CRESSET 





3 


19 


40 


31 


10 


105 


35 





DURHAM MEMORIAL 





66 


48 


96 


77 


88 


243 


99 





EBENEZER 


2 


45 


61 


27 


18 


43 


90 


30 





EDGEMONT 


10 


13 


38 


39 


3 


30 


61 


58 





EPHESUS 





16 


8 


11 


11 


19 


28 


27 





FAITH 


8 


26 


35 


37 


12 


38 


35 


32 





FARRINGTON ROAD 





5 


2 


6 








14 


12 





FIELDCREST 





5 


3 











5 


13 





FIRST 





52 


59 


96 


71 


47 


170 


196 





GORMAN 


2 


36 


49 


68 


53 


100 


153 


149 





GRACE 





25 


37 


49 


40 


31 


91 


183 


6 


GREY STONE 





102 


110 


158 


130 


23 


534 


137 


76 


GUESS ROAD 


2 


42 


24 


29 


28 


10 


152 


57 





HOLLOWAY STREET 





6 


8 


12 


10 


22 


24 


47 





HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 





116 


139 


109 


30 


83 


277 


92 


70 


HOPE VALLEY 





51 


49 


89 


31 


40 


134 


58 





IMMANUEL 





16 


26 


16 








46 


49 





LAKEWOOD 


2 


12 


5 


3 


4 


14 


25 


59 





LEESVILLE ROAD 





17 


18 


9 


10 


23 


19 








LOWE'S GROVE 





3 


13 


20 


17 


8 


39 


106 





LYSTRA 





2 


5 


3 





4 


14 








MOUNT CARMEL 





19 


17 


14 


10 


22 


45 


40 





MOUNT G I LEAD 


17 


15 


23 


23 


8 


32 


21 


31 





MOUNT HERMON 


5 


20 


42 


18 


15 


14 


102 


20 





MOUNT MORI AH 





21 


21 


14 


17 


19 


43 


31 


20 


MOUNT PISGAH 





9 


21 


20 


4 


2 


48 


28 





NEW JERUSALEM 








8 


10 


4 





20 


2 





NORTH DURHAM CHAPEL 





2 


3 


11 





6 


10 


5 





OLIVE BRANCH 





6 


13 


21 


15 





32 


34 





PAGE ROAD 


1 


2 


15 


4 


2 





47 


28 





PARKVIEW 


4 


4 


9 


17 


17 


35 


44 


72 





PARKWOOD 


4 


12 


33 


32 


11 


4 


47 


11 





PLAINVIEW 





21 


15 


21 


10 


28 


69 


34 





RED MOUNTAIN 





37 


26 


33 


9 


20 


45 


42 





RIDGECREST 





59 


117 


110 


" 42 


30 


275 


48 





ROSE OF SHARON 





15 


24 


20 


6 





56 


42 





SO BAPT CHAPEL-CH 





~ 12 


4 


8 


7 


7 


27 


5 





TEMPLE 





32 


41 


54 


12 


19 


137 


86 


20 


TRINITY 





23 


16 


26 





37 


39 


7 





UNIVERSITY 


8 


20 


5 


15 


85 


10 


35 


60 





WATTS STREET 





36 


39 


34 


10 


130 


141 


60 





WEST DURHAM 





4 


15 


12 


6 


8 


40 


20 





WESTWOOD BAPTIST 





45 


22 


20 


48 


37 


24 


72 





YATES 





48 


83 


67 


29 


30 


271 


144 


22 



TOTALS 72 1299 1565 1714 1029 1210 4368 2667 214 



Association: 
YATES 

State: 

NORTH CAROLINA 



116 



YEAR ENDING 9/30/88 



64 General officers enrollment 

65 Enrollment of miss ion (s) of church 

66 Total ongoing Sunday School enrollment 

67 Average weekly Sunday School attendance 

68 Number in Outreach Bible Study Groups 

69 Weekly evangelistic visitation? (Y/N) 

70 Number ethnic Sunday School members 

71 Church V.B.S. enrollment 

72 Mission V.B.S. enrollment 

73 Backyard Bible Club enrollment 



65® 66® 67® 68® 69® 70® 71® 72® 73® CHURCHES 















N 










































ANGIER AVENUE 





114 


52 





N 





63 








BAHAMA 




























BELLS 





68 


42 





N 














BEREA 





491 


248 





N 





151 


154 


38 


BETHESDA 





310 


190 





N 





264 








CALVARY 





493 


192 





Y 


34 


125 








CARRBORO 





139 


70 





Y 





66 








CEDAR FORK 





56 


32 





Y 














CHEEK HEIGHTS 





249 


101 





Y 


4 











CRESSET 


24 


767 


269 





Y 


5 


121 








DURHAM MEMORIAL 


| 


321 


167 





Y 





106 








EBENEZER 





265 


90 





N 





70 








EDGEMONT 





125 


64 





N 


1 


92 








EPHESUS 





234 


128 





Y 


1 


178 








FAITH 





41 


22 





N 





42 








FARRINGTON ROAD 





29 


15 





N 














FIELDCREST 





735 


385 


35 


N 


9 


149 


196 





FIRST 





615 


230 





Y 





218 








GORMAN 


7 


493 


226 





Y 





139 





27 


GRACE 


140 


1419 


510 





Y 


3 


104 





64 


GREY STONE 


25 


377 


237 





Y 


3 


110 


344 





GUESS ROAD 





161 


66 





N 





78 








HOLLOWAY STREET 


32 


955 


453 





Y 





375 








HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 





458 


200 





Y 


1 


150 








HOPE VALLEY 





155 


35 





N 





85 








IMMANUEL 


o 


139 


76 





N 





30 








LAKE WOOD 





98 


55 





N 





41 








LEESVILLE ROAD 





222 


102 


5 


N 





96 








LOWE'S GROVE 





32 


24 





N 





36 








LYSTRA 





178 


88 





N 





113 








MOUNT CARMEL 





176 


96 





N 





186 


186 





MOUNT G I LEAD 





258 


130 





Y 





76 








MOUNT HERMON 


2 


198 


90 





Y 





76 








MOUNT MORI AH 





145 


82 





N 





61 








MOUNT PISGAH 





45 


30 





N 





25 








NEW JERUSALEM 


1 


38 


27 





N 














NORTH DURHAM CHAPEL 





125 


56 


5 


Y 














OLIVE BRANCH 





102 


57 





N 





75 





75 


PAGE ROAD 





206 


87 





N 





61 








PARKVIEW 





157 


55 





Y 





40 








PARKWOOD 





231 


121 





Y 





73 


33 


45 


PLAINVIEW 





212 


127 





Y 





125 








RED MOUNTAIN 





686 


352 





Y 





167 


185 





RIDGECREST 





166 


91 





Y 





165 








ROSE OF SHARON 





74 


58 





Y 


1 











SO BAPT CHAPEL-CH 





443 


213 





N 


6 


64 


41 





TEMPLE 





158 


48 





N 














TRINITY 





241 


158 





N 


8 











UNIVERSITY 





451 


195 





N 





25 








WATTS STREET 


30 


155 


75 





N 





112 








WEST DURHAM 





283 


124 


30 


Y 


5 


146 








WESTWOOD BAPTIST 





718 


293 





Y 





116 





120 


YATES 




260 


14747 


6984 


75 




81 


4595 


1139 


369 


TOTALS 



117 



TABLE C: CHURCH TRAINING 



74 Preschool enroll. (5 years and under -not in sch( 
Association: 75 Children enrollment (6-11 years or grades 1-6) 

YATES 76 Youth enrollment (12-17 years or grades 7-12) 

77 Adult enrollment (18 and over) 
State: 78 Equipping Centers enrollment 

NORTH CAROLINA 79 N.C.M.T. /Survival Kit enrollment 

80 MasterLife enrollment 



CHURCHES 


74® 


75® 


76® 


77® 


78® 


79® 






















ANU I LH AVENUE 




















D A O AIVAA 

BAHAMA 

















15 


BELLS 




















BEREA 




















BEiHEbDA 


10 


12 


32 


25 








OALVAKY 


15 


21 


14 


22 








f*K DDDADA 

OAKKBUKU 














43 


1 


OLD An t OKK 


3 


11 


5 


11 




























CRESSET 




















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26 


10 








LBLNLALK 


8 


36 


27 


35 


2 


21 


LUOLlVrON 1 




















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FA ITH 




















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10 





UUKmAN 


3 


14 


25 


40 








GRACE 





8 


17 


56 


48 


7 


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42 


33 





(jrtJbbb KUAL) 

















11 


HULLUWAY blnEEl 




















HUMEblEAD HEIGHlb 


25 





65 





30 


25 


TilnC \f AT T T?V 

HOPE VALLEY 














30 


10 


IMV1ANUEL 




















LAKEVVUuD 




















LLLbvlLLh KUAL) 




















LOWE' S GROVE 











25 








T VCTDA 

Li bl KA 




















MUUN1 OAKJVILL 








14 








6 


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ft 


ft 
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o 


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MOUNT MORI AH 











25 


8 





MOUNT PISGAH 




















MTTt'J TPDITQAT Uhll 
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u 


NORTH DURHAM CHAPEL 




















OLIVE BRANCH 

















3 


PAGE ROAD 


4 


6 


6 


10 








PARXV I EW 


2 


3 


10 











PARKWOOD 








20 











PLAINVIEW 





9 




10 





9 


RED MOUNTAIN 


14 


15 


12 


61 








RIDGECREST 

















10 


ROSE OF SHARON 




















SO BAPT CHAPEL-CH 




















TEMPLE 




















TRINITY 




















UNI VERS ITY 


20 


5 


15 











WATTS STREET 








34 











WEST DURHAM 











20 





6 


WESTWOOD BAPTIST 

















10 


YATES 








20 








9 




TOTALS 


104 


140 


348 


401 


204 


143 



118 



YEAR ENDING 9/30/88 



81 Other enrollment 

82 Hold File enrollment 

83 General officers enrollment 

84 Enrollment of mission(s) of church 

85 Total Church Training enrollment 

86 Average weekly Church Training attendance 



81® 


82® 


83® 


84® 


85® 


86® 


CHURCHES 








































ANGIER AVENUE 


31 











46 


30 


BAHAMA 




















BELLS 




















BEREA 





12 


1 





92 


45 


BETHESDA 








4 





82 


51 


CALVARY 


50 











94 





CARRBORO 


9 





2 





41 


18 


CEDAR FORK 




















CHEEK HEIGHTS 




















CRESSET 








1 





37 


25 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 


15 





2 





146 


75 


EBENEZER 


32 











32 





EDGEMONT 













15 


15 


EPHESUS 




















FAITH 




















FARR I NGTON ROAD 




















FIELDCREST 





53 


1 





64 


2 


FIRST 








2 





84 


55 


GORMAN 


77 


125 


4 





343 


77 


GRACE 


58 











133 


44 


GREY STONE 














11 


6 


GUESS ROAD 




















HOLLOWAY STREET 


200 


20 


3 





385 


190 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 





82 








122 


30 


HOPE VALLEY 




















IMMANUEL 


12 





2 





14 





LAKEWOOD 




















LEESVILLE ROAD 








1 





26 


20 


LOWE'S GROVE 




















LYSTRA 


62 





2 





84 


12 


MOUNT CARMEL 




















MOUNT G I LEAD 


40 





1 





50 


10 


MOUNT HERMON 





33 








66 





MOUNT MORI AH 




















MOUNT PISGAH 




















NEW JERUSALEM 




















NORTH DURHAM CHAPEL 


^-25- 


30 


1 





59 





OLIVE BRANCH 








2 





28 


25 


PAGE ROAD 


30 





2 





47 


25 


PARKVIEW 


_i7_ 


8 





15 


60 


20 


PARKWOOD 








3 





37 


"28 


PLAINVIEW 














102 


66 


RED MOUNTAIN 





107 








117 





RIDGECREST 




















ROSE OF SHARON 


o 

















SO BAPT CHAPEL-CH 


50 


54 


2 





106 





TEMPLE 




















TRINITY 














40 


33 


UNIVERSITY 








10 





44 


20 


WATTS STREET 








2 





28 


16 


WEST DURHAM 


34 





1 





45 


20 


WESTWOOD BAPTIST 


__89_ 


162 








280 





YATES 
















846 


686 


49 


15 


2945 


958 


TOTALS 



119 



TABLE D; MUSIC MINI STRY 



Association: 
YATES 



State: 

NORTH CAROLINA 



87 Preschool enrollment 

88 Younger children's enrollment (6-8 years) 

89 Older children's enrollment (9-11) 

90 Youth enrollment (12-17 years) 

91 Adult enrollment (18 and over) 

92 Handbell ringers, enro 1 lment 





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35 


40 


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13 


120 


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21 


15 


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30 


75 


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6 


10 


12 


32 


45 


T \mX A MTTI?T 


6 


10 


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21 


LAKLVVUUD 


4 


4 








27 


LLLbVlLLE KDAD 


8 


8 








16 


T /"VL17I? 1 O DAI/ C 1 

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1 


4 


2 


3 


30 | 


LYSTRA 














4 


MOUN1 OARMLL 





4 


6 





27 


IV1UU IN 1 GIL LAD 





8 











MOUNT HERMON 














21 


■ rvrn 1 \nr\T\ r ALT 

MOUNi MORI AH 


3 


4 


5 


4 


22 


MOUNT PISGAH 


5 


6 


10 





13 | 


NEW JERUSALEM 





4 


I 


11 


20 


NORTH DURHAM CHAPEL 

















OLIVE BRANCH 





2 


3 


8 


14 


PAGE ROAD 


4 


2 








15 


PARKVIEW 





5 


4 


12 


18 ! 


PARKWOOD 


" 


"7 


2 


12 





PLAINVIEW 





9 


- - 


" 


30 


RED MOUNTAIN 


10 


5 





" 5 " 


30 


RIDGECREST 


"15 


37 


19"" 


""36" 


" " 57 


ROSE OF SHARON 






3" 





"""24 


SO BAPT CHA.PEL-CH 


9 


4 








11 


TEMPLE 


10 


10 


10 


" 21 


25 


TRINITY 








"d " 





15" 


UNIVERSITY 


5 





o " 


"2 


60 


WATTS STREET" 


10 


10 


" 





30 


WEST DURHAM 





4 


8 


12 


30 


WESTWOOD BAPTIST 





9 








24 


YATES 


__"_12_ 


~_29_~1_ 


___2_2 


25_ 


66 


TOTALS 




"403 


"276" 


~4"9"5~ 


154T 



120 



YEAR ENDING 9/30/88 



93 Vocal ensembles enrollment 

94 Instrumental ensembles enrollment 

95 General music leaders enrollment 

96 Enrollment of Mission(s) of church 

97 Total ongoing Music Ministry enrollment 

98 Average weekly Music Ministry attendance 












. = 


: : 


: : 





93® 


94® 


95® 


96® 


97® 


98® 


CHURCHES 








































ANGIER AVENUE 








4 





24 


10 


BAHAMA 




















BELLS 


3 





3 


3 


37 





BEREA 








17 





176 


115 


BETHESDA 


15 





3 





109 


30 


CALVARY 





4 


5 


7 


93 


71 


CARRBORO 


4 


3 


3 





39 


24 


CEDAR FORK 


5 





2 





21 


10 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 


45 


3 


4 





135 


100 


CRESSET 





7 


6 


21 


113 


85 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 


4 





10 


11 


110 


70 


EBENEZER 


10 





2 





57 


30 


EDGEMONT 








3 





19 


15 


EPHESUS 


1 





7 





77 


69 


FAITH 








2 





12 


7 


FARR I NGTON ROAD 








2 





12 


6 


FIELDCREST 


21 





4 





178 


127 


FIRST 


8 





24 





145 


125 


GORMAN 


10 





8 





91 


75 


GRACE 


58 


27 


3 


15 


317 


200 


GREY STONE 


6 





3 





156 


98 


GUESS ROAD 








2 





29 


23 


HOLLOWAY STREET 


8 





22 





265 





HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 


7 





13 





125 


90 


HOPE VALLEY 


16 





2 





65 


42 


IMMANUEL 








2 





37 


14 


LAKEWOOD 


3 





3 





38 


12 


LEESVILLE ROAD 


5 





3 





59 


43 


LOWE'S GROVE 








1 





5 


5 


LYSTRA 


11 


1 


2 





51 


18 


MOUNT CARMEL 


7 


3 


3 


21 


42 


15 


MOUNT G I LEAD 








2 





23 


17 


MOUNT HERMON 


10 


1 


4 





53 


16 


MOUNT MORI AH 


8 





2 





44 


30 


MOUNT PISGAH 








2 





__JS 


35 


NEW JERUSALEM 








3 





3 





NORTH DURHAM CHAPEL 


— x 




5 


3 





41 


17 


OLIVE BRANCH 








1 





22 


15 


PAGE ROAD 







3__ 





42 


22 


PARKVIEW 


3 





5 





29 


7 


parkwood" 


12 





5 


2 


58 


35 


PLAINVIEW 








8 


~0 


58 


18" 


RED MOUNTAIN 


26 


7 


6 





203 


196 


RIDGECREST 


"o 


_ 


3 


_ 


39 


"28 


"ROSE OF SHARON 


~12 


o 


3 


o* 


39 


17 


SO "RAPT PHA P FI -O-I 








14 





"TOO ~ " 


75 


TEMPLE 


5 





3 





~ 23 


12 


TRINITY 








2 





69 


35 


UNIVERSITY 


" 





12 





70 


60 


WATTS STREET 








3 





57 


26" 


WEST DURHAM 


15 


10 


3 





61 


43 


WESTWOOD BAPTIST 


__0 





16~ 


0__ 


191 


126 ~ 


YATES 
















338 


71 


"271" 


80 


~38~28 


~~2359~ 


TOTALS 



121 



TABLE E: WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 



Associat ion i 
YATES 



State: 

NORTH CAROLINA 



Numbe r of Organizat ions 

99 Mission Friends (5~ years and under -not in schoo 

100 Girls in Action (6-11 years or grades 1-6) 

101 Aeteens (12-17 years or grades 7-12) 

102 Baptist Young Women (18-29 years or grad.-29 yrj 

103 Baptist Women (30 and over) 

104 Mission(s) of church 

105 Total number of organizations 



CHURCHES 


99® 


100® 


101® 


102® 


103® 


104® 1 






















ANGIER AVENUE 




















BAHAMA 


1 


1 


1 





1 





BELLS 




















BEREA 





1 














BETHESDA 


2 


2 


1 





2 





CALVARY 


1 


2 


1 





1 





CARRBORO 


3 


2 


I 





3 





CEDAR FORK 





2 


1 





1 





CHEEK HEIGHTS 














1 





CRESSET 




















DURHAM MEMORIAL 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 





EBENEZER 


2 


1 


1 


1 


2 





EDGEMONT 


1 


1 


1 





1 





EPHESUS 


1 


1 








1 





FAITH 


1 


2 


1 





1 


6 


FARR I NGTON ROAD 




















FIELDCREST 




















FIRST 


3 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


GORMAN 


1 


2 


1 





1 





GRACE 


1 


2 





1 


4 





GREY STONE 


3 


3 


1 





3 





GUESS ROAD 




2 







1 





HOLLOWAY STREET 





1 








1 





HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 


4 


5 








4 





HOPE VALLEY 


2 


2 


2 





1 





IMVIANUEL 


1 


I 








1 





LAKEWOOD 


1 


I 





1 


2 





LEESVILLE ROAD 


1 


I 








1 





LOWE'S GROVE 


1 


! 








3 





LYSTRA 
















1 


MOUNT CARMEL 


1 


1 - 


1 


1 


1 





MOUNT G I LEAD 


1 


_ ^. . . 





1 


1 





MOUNT HERMON 


1 


■ - - Y 








1 


1 


MOUNT MORI AH 


1 


■ i 


1 


1 


2 





MOUNT PISGAH 


1 


i 








2 





NEW JERUSALEM 





i 


1 





I 





NORTH DURHAM CHAPEL 



















OLIVE BRANCH 


1 


i 


1 


1 


2 


1 


PAGE ROAD 







1 





1 





PARKVIEW 


1 


\ 


1 





1 





PARKWOOD 


_ 




_ 








o 


PLAINVIEW 








1 


1 





RED MOUNTAIN 


1 




1 





1 





RIDGECREST 


1 










1 


1 


ROSE OF SHARON 


1 




1 


1 


2 





SO BAPT CHAPEL-CH 







~ 








o" 


TEMPLE 


1 










1 





TRINITY 


1 











2 


o 1 


UNIVERSITY 














1 





WATTS STREET 




















WEST DURHAM 

















3 


WESTWOOD BAPTIST 
YATES 




3 




2 










1 

2 







TOTALS ~ 49 54 "23 12 ~63 ~14 2 



122 



YEAR ENDING 9/30/88 



Enro 1 lment 

106 Mission Friends (5 years and under-not in school) 

107 Girls in Action (6-11 years or grades 1-6) 

108 Acteens (12-17 years or grades 7-12) 

109 Baptist Young Women (18-29 years or grad.-29 yrs.) 

110 Baptist Women (30 and over) 

111 WMU officers 

112 Mission(s) of church 

113 Total ongoing WMU enrollment 



: = 




- 














.06® 


107® 


108® 


109® 


110® 


111® 


112® 


113® 


PUITDPUPO 

CHUKOnhb 




















































ANGIbR AVhNUh 


8 


5 


4 





15 


3 





35 


D AUAH/TA 

BAHAMA 


























BELLS 





7 

















7 


BEREA 


18 


21 


20 





40 


2 





101 


rSEilntiOLJA 


7 


15 


9 





13 


1 





45 


OAT \T A DV 


22 


17 


8 





50 


5 


102 


204 


t~* A DDDADH 

GARRBORO 





5 


5 





19 


5 





34 


ponAD EVICT/ 

VAj Alt r Urtrv 














22 


1 





23 


GnhbK HhlUrilb 


























OKd oobl 


24 


18 


13 


16 


20 


2 





93 


DUrtnAiVi IVlrjRrUrll AL 


,27 


16 


18 





18 


5 





84 


EiDCiriEj/jCjCl 


12 


12 


7 





41 


4 





76 


IMAjrlliltlUlN 1 


"r~r 


4 








18 


2 





29 


PDUT7 OT TO 

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\ 12 


12 


12 





20 


1 





57 


FAITH 


1 























r ARR1 NO ION KUAL) 


1 























r 1 hLDGRhb 1 


1 25 


25 


16 


9 


146 


9 





230 


r 1 Kb 1 


J9 


23 


13 





52 


5 





102 


GORMAN 


1 ® 


19 





12 


35 


1 





73 


GRACE 




22 


9 


3 


64 


5 





131 


OR hi blONh 


12 


25 





12 


44 


8 





101 


GUESS ROAD 


: o 


5 








30 


5 





40 


HOLLOWAY STREET 


61 


69 








53 


4 





187 


HOMhSlbAD HhlGHlb 


12 


16 


35 





15 


2 





80 


HOrh VALLEY 


'I 


9 








30 


5 





56 


I MMANUEL 


\ 


4 





5 


26 


6 





48 


T AT/ EMA7/"i/"\n 

LAKLWOOD 




8 








18 


5 





36 


LhbSVlLLh ROAD 




10 








61 


9 





89 


UJmEi o vjKUVEi 
















2 


14 


16 


Lis! Kfl 




1 9 


4 


1 c; 


32 


4 





83 




i n 


10 





20 


11 


1 





52 


rjWYT T\TT fTT PAR 




O 


u 




1 9 


1 





23 


MOT T\TT UPRMfW 


O 


6 


5 


10 


40 


1 





68 


R4AITMT MAPI AH 

IvJUUIN 1 IViUit Inn 


5 




u 


u 


9 1 


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z 


u 


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10 




o 


30 


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NOR1H 1JURHAM OHArbL 


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25 


10 





54 


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rr 


3 


4 





18 


3 





28 


rAOb ROAL) 


■w- 


3 


7 





65 


7 





92 


r ARKV i bW 


4 7 




















7 


PARKWOOD 


99 


10 


9 


10 


31 


3 





85 


DT A T MAT T CTAT 

rLAINVIbW 




7 


5 





12 


1 





29 


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RED MOUNIAIN 


30 


o - 


o~ 


0~ 


20 


1 





51 


RIDGECREST 


J12 


11 


5 


16 


12 


2 





58 


ROSE OF SHARON 


























SO BAPT CHAPEL-CH 


Iff 


8 








52 


4 





74 


TEMPLE 













20 


1 





27 


TRINITY 














16 


1 


1 


18 


UNIVERSITY 


; ro 

















50 


50 


WATTS STREET 

















10 


140 


150 


WEST DURHAM 














12 


1 





13 


WESTWOOD BAPTIST 


_;27 


38 


0_ 





45 


5 





115 


YATES 




















91 


495 


~223~ 


135 


1304 


162 


307 


2810 


TOTALS 



123 



TABLE F: BROTHERHOOD 



114 Lads (6-8 years or grades 1-3) 
sociation: 115 Crusaders (9-11 years or grade 

YATES 116 Pioneers (12-14 years or grade 

117 RA Director and conmittee 
ate: 118 High School Baptist Young Men 

NORTH CAROLINA 



CHURCHES 114® 115® 116® 117® 

0_ 

ANGIER AVENUE 0_ 

BAHAMA 7 7 0_ 

BELLS 0_ 

BEREA 0_ 

BETHESDA 15 15 5 1_ 

CALVARY 0__ 8 5 4_ 

CARRBORO 4 8 4 1_ 

CEDAR FORK 3 3 2 2_ 

CHEEK HEIGHTS 0_ 

CRESSET 0_ 

DURHAM M EMORIAL 5 2 9 1_ 

EBENEZER 10_ 12 9 1_ 

EDGEMONT 2 1 2_ 

EPHESUS 4 0_ 

FAITH 11 6 8 1_ 

FARRINGTON ROAD 0_ 

FIELDCREST 0__ 

FIRST 14 9 20 1_ 

GORMAN 10 6 6_ 

GRACE 3 3 8 0_ 

GREY STONE 8_ 9 5 48 

GUESS ROAD 1__ 

HOLLOWAY STREET 0__ 

HOMESTEAD HE IGHTS 15 15 8_ 

HOPE VALLEY 10 26 37 2_ 

IMMANUEL 5 4 ' 3__ 

LAK EWOOD 0_ 

LEESVILLE ROAD 1 3 0_ 

LOWE'S GROVE 0_ 

LYSTRA ~ 0_ 

MOUNT CARM EL 5_ 5 ~__5_ i_ 

MOUNT G I LEAD" " 5 3_ ___ 3 __ 

MOUNT HE RMON 0__ 

MOUNT MORI AH ."_„_ _? 5 _ 

MOUNT PISGAH ~0_ 0_ 0_ 

NEW J ERUSALEM 0_ ~ _ 

NORTH DURHAM CHAPEL _ _ 1 °__ 

OLIVE BRANCH _~ C1__I__1__ 4 _"__" 9. X _ 

PAGE ROAD " 4^ 8~ ~~~ 1 " "i 

PARK VIEW 6 

PARKWOOD "_ ' __-"_l__I__ 3 "__I ? _ JL _ -III 2 _ 

PLAI NVIE1V" ] "__ __ 3 " _ 6~ ~ 2~ 

RED MOUNTAIN ~~ ~~ 4 _~_ " 3" " _ 1 ' _ 2_ 

RIDGE CREST _ ™0 _ Z"Z1~ " J " \ 

ROSE " OF " SHARON ™_ ~1_ 6 "" ~Z~\ 4 ~ ^""o^ 

SO BAP T CHAPEL-CH ~_ 11 "O 0_ _"~ J)_ 

TEMPLE ~ 1 ' A ~_ $_11 "0 

TRIN ITY US - "0 ~" 

UNIVERSITY _ °__ 

WATTS STREET IAS/I! °_" 

WES T DU RHAM"" '" _12_ ~ 12 ^J. _ " 1 

WEST WOOD BAPTI ST _^Z_Z~ -I- - 0~ ~ _~A ~_ " 

YATE'S" " ' " "9 8 ~ 1 



TOTALS " " " 196 207 133 " ~ 102" 

124 



YEAR ENDING 9/30/88 



119 Baptist Young Men enrollment 

120 Baptist Men enrollment 

121 Brotherhood director and other gereral Brotherhood Officers 

122 Enrollment of mission(s) of church 

123 Total ongoing Brotherhood enrollment 



119® 


120® 


121® 


122® 


123® CHURCHES 





























ANGIER AVENUE 





19 


1 





34 BAHAMA 














BELLS 














BEREA 








1 


20 


57 BETHESDA 





20 


1 





38 CALVARY 














17 CARRBORO 








1 





14 CEDAR FORK 








1 





1 CHEEK HEIGHTS 














CRESSET 


12 


12 


2 


25 


72 DURHAM MEMORIAL 








2 





37 EBENEZER 


5 


15 


3 





28 EDGEMONT 














4 EPHESUS 














26 FAITH 














FARR I NGTON ROAD 














FIELDCREST 














44 FIRST 














22 GORMAN 


1 





2 





18 GRACE 


I 32 


2 


1 





137 GREY STONE 





32 


3 





36 GUESS ROAD 














HOLLOWAY STREET 





52 


1 





91 HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 





8 


6 





94 HOPE VALLEY 














12 IMMANUEL 














LAKEWOOD 


o 











7 LEESVILLE ROAD 


t o" 


15 


5 





20 LOWE'S GROVE 


1 o 











LYSTRA 


1! o 


15 


1 





41 MOUNT GARMEL 





14 


3 





28 MOUNT G I LEAD 














MOUNT H ERF ION 


o 








o" 


5 MOUNT MORI AH 


L ° 











MOUNT PISGAH 


f 











NEW JERUSALEM 


"I o 











NORTH DURHAM CHAPEL 





" 20 


1 





33 OLIVE BRANCH 


f o 


13 


1 





33 PAGE ROAD" 





14 


3 


17 


40 PARKVIEW 


1 o 





T 


"12 


13 PARKWOOD 


t °" 


o" 





"id 


21 " PLAINVIEW 


I o" 


_.. _ 2 





V 


24 ~ RED MOUNTAIN 


t o 


20 


1 





21 RIDGECREST 


|~~ 0~ 


15 


1 





33 ROSE OF SHARON 


'r 





" 


~b 


" so'bapt CHAPEL-CH 


I 6 " 


22 








4*6 ~ TEMPLE 


1 j_ 











TRINITY 


X o 











" UNIVERSITY 


• L 











WATTS STREET 


t 





4 





48 " ( VEST DURHAM 


t 


9 


o 


1 


12 WESTWOOD BAPTIST 


[_ 0_ 


0_ 


IZ'AZl 


is ~__ 


___37 YATES 


1 55 


334 


51 


101 


1148 TOTALS 



125 



TABLE G; TOTAL RECEIPTS, LOCAL EXPENDITURES & STEWARDSHIP 



Associat ion : 
YATES 



State: 

NORTH CAROLINA 



21 Number of tithers 

22 Cooperative Prog, goal as % of undesign. recei 

23 Assoc. missions goal as % of undesignated rec< 

124 Undesignated gifts, offerings, etc. 

125 Designated gifts, offerings, etc. 

126 Total tithes, all offerings, and special giftf 

127 All other receipts 

128 Total Receipts 



CHURCHES 


21® 22® 


23® 


124® 


125® 


126® 


127® 












00 


0. 


00 
















ANGIER AVENUE 








00 


0. 


00 
















DAUAR1A 

BAHAMA 


45 


2 


00 


2. 


00 


68087 


29339 


97426 





9' 


BELLS 








00 


0. 


00 
















nnnn a 

BLKLA 


5 


3 


00 


1. 


00 


28832 


57943 


86775 


3395 


91 


BMHLSDA 


100 


.11 


00 


3, 


00 


279665 


60805 


340470 


174114 


51' 


GALVAKY 


70 


10 . 


00 


3 . 


00 


193740 


36336 


230076 


8104 


231 


GAKKBUKU 


260 


12 


00 


3. 


00 


203636 


27323 


230959 


1410 


23! 


CEDAR FORK 


31 


28 , 


00 


3 . 


00 


67371 


9778 


77149 


6345 


8: 


CHLLK HL1GH7IS 


30 


1 


50 


0. 


60 


40752 


993 


41745 





4 


CRESSET 





5 . 


00 


0. 


50 


195705 


38893 


234598 


75000 


30! 


TOTDTJARA' MTniAD f AT 

LXJ lift AIM MJblVKJK 1 AL 


100 


15 


00 


2 . 


■ 


2435 23 


34331 


277854 


9177 


28' 


t?DP\TI?'7 DD 

rlBhlNhZifciK 


76 


2 


00 


1. 


DO 


157111 


39892 


197003 


455 


19' 


WXjhiVlUlN 1 


25 


5 . 


00 


1. 


00 


89 140 


5010 


94150 


1379 


91 


tPHLbUS 


23 


6. 


00 


2, 


90 


76213 


24654 


100867 


750 


10 


FAITH 


97 


9 


00 


3 . 


or 


120015 


22205 


142220 





14: 


rAKKl NLi iUlN KUAJJ 


15 


8. 


5 


2 , 


00 


52733 


12909 


65642 


977 


6 


c lhLDCKhbl 


13 


3 


00 


2. 


90 


22210 


1447 





265 




h IRbl 


180 


11 


00 


1 . 


50 


445973 


98417 


544390 


25991 


57 


GORMAN 


200 


7. 


00 


1, 


75 


322686 


63961 


386647 


21800 


40: 


GRACE 


220 


12 


00 


1 . 


75 


310279 


270861 


581140 


170844 


75 


GRLY blONL 


640 





00 


0. 


00 


700000 


94000 


794000 


240000 


103 


GUESS ROAD 





0. 


00 


0. 


C 


221687 


42000 


263687 





26 


HOLLOWAY STREET 


47 


6, 


90 


l; 


00 


106918 


16224 


123142 


2600 


12; 


H0P.1ESTEAD HEIGHTS 


100 


0, 


13 


o , 


2 


475561 


199555 


675116 


8996 


68 


HOPE VALLEY 


75 


9. 


00 


2 


00 


183627 


30373 


214000 





21 


IMMANUEL 


48 


10. 


00 


2. 


00 


115526 


36828 


152354 


2473 


15 


LAKEWOOD 


25 


8 


"90 


2, 


00 


97977 


13991 


111968 





11 


LEESVILLE ROAD 


20 


11. 


50 


4 . 


00 


39605 


22299 


61904 


6428 


6 


LOWE' S GROVE 


40 


8. 


00 


2. 


00 


112846 


16791 


129637 


1196 


13 


LYSTRA 


20 


7. 


00 


1 . 


90 


32120 


52662 


84782 


3000 


8 


MOUNT CARMEL 


10 1 


10 


90 


5 


:;9 


90051 


10683 


100734 


14105 


11 


r\/i/~ii tmhp rirr p*n 
P/lUUNi G1LLAD 


75 


10 


90 


2. 


;)r ( 


74219 


16487 


90706 





9 


MOUNT HERMON 


40 


22 


50 


4. 


00 


101132 


66077 


167209 





16 


MOUNT MORI AH 


30 


4. 


CO 


3. 


00 


54619 


7403 


62022 


1252 


6 


MOUNT PI3GAH 


14 


14 . 


90 


2- 


00 


48812 


1652 


50464 


100 


5 


NEW JERUSALEM 


67 


. 


00 


3 . 


00 


42544 


5517 


48061 





4 


MrtDTU jifTTTIT \ "\ 1 /ij;* n n| 

NOKIH DURHAM CHAPEL 


22 


2 . 


00 


0. 


50 


18548 


1864 


20412 


53 


2 


OLIVE BRANCH 


8 


3 . 


00 


2., 


00 


56450 


21998 


78443 


2400 


8 


PAGE ROAD 


16 


10 . 


90 


3, 


5 


71500 


9496 


80996 


166 


8 


P ARKV I EW 


30 


4 


90 


1. 


5 


115 118 


6112 


121230 


2134 


12 


DAD T/TATf-V^ri 


20 


7 


00 


2. 


00 


85245 


4448 


O Q a Q *> 


17537 


Tnl 


PLAINVIEW 





6 . 


"5 


2~. 


00 


128737 


30591 


159328 





1§\ 


RED MOUNTAIN 


48" 


T. 


00 


T. 


w 


55642 


14764 


70406 


329 


7 


RIDGECREST 


66 


4 


99 


"i. 


00 


""35 7828 


41640 


399468 





39 


ROSE OF SHARON 


75" 


"5 


7 5 


3. 


38 


90082 


12692 


102774 


13700 


11 


SO BAPT CHAP EL -CH 


28 


4. 


00 


2. 


00 


67705 


8791 


76496 


3200 


7 


TEMPLE 


57 


8. 


8018. 


00 


236072 


63542 


304614 


6091 


31 


TRINITY 


30 


"7. 


50 


3. 


50 


71142 


3278 


74420 


1690 


7 


UNIVERSITY 





1 


00 


0. 


20 


215600 


9000 


224600 





22 


WATTS STREET 








00 


0. 


00 


225396 


80000 


305396 


10720 


31 


WEST DURHAM 


23 


2. 


50 


2. 


00 


88000 


2000 


90000 


9600 


9 


WESTWOOD BAPTIST 


30 


LI 


50 


2 . 


00 


146413 


20354 


166767 


1432 


16 


YATES 


_ JL 8 _ 


10. 


90 


0, 


00 


358700 


127156 


435856 


271051 


75 
























TOTALS 


33"88 










7803093 


T9 30365"" 


~970980"F 


1120259~ 


1082 



126 



YEAR ENDING 9/30/88 



129 Money borrowed during the year 

130 Church staff salaries 

131 Money paid out on new construction during the year 

132 Debt retirement during the year 

133 Church literature 

134 All other local expenditures 

135 Total local expenditures 



129® 


130® 


131® 


132® 


133® 


134® 


135® CHURCHES 














































AMfTPD AVPMITP 





30135 


18500 


18710 


3364 


21517 


y zzzo 


D1UAMA 

d/\H/\1V1A 























BELLS 





5750 


18647 





479 


14445 


39321 


BEREA 





101331 





47800 


10981 


361407 


521519 


DPTurcnA 
oCiitlEioUA 





56312 





25294 


6054 


58707 


1 A c o a T 
14b3b ( 


PAT XT A DV 

OALVAKY 





92862 





3410 


8906 


67189 


t n o o o <7 


fADnnnDfi 





37155 








2744 


15119 


55018 


OfciDAK rOKK 





24630 








436 


10901 


35967 


pupri/ UPtmiTS 
OHljEjft. IltlUHlo 





73670 





72657 


3004 


49074 


1 a o a At; 







121130 








9141 


48788 




niTPUAM li/IPr.*"iR T A T 





73953 





44814 


5962 


33208 


1 C7Q17 

Id ( y 6 ( 


prpmp^pr 





38396 








1868 


16636 




rilAjEiUFJIN Jl 





42406 








3674 


45718 


9 1798 


PDUPQTTQ 





34652 








2202 


58681 


y D o oD 


FAITH 


000 


31760 





13963 


772 


10460 


46495 


PADOT MPTAM DA A n 





10390 








338 


5645 




PT PI IVRPQT 





199363 


41777 


48000 


14700 


191102 


AO A QA 9 


P I R5T 





147257 





32112 


24583 


114993 


318945 







183939 








5276 


381182 


d ( u «jy < 


nRAPP 

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266820 








22000 


333721 


622541 


PDrv QTAMP 


000 


71000 





67800 


10100 


28500 


i in a nn 

1 ( I 4UU 


flTPQQ Pi"iAri 
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I 


39698 








4028 


24557 




vsm f rvu/Av ctrppt 1 


oop 


175873 


522540 


54428 


16914 


53682 






(000 


69000 





102000 


3700 


117000 


29 1700 


HUrL VALLLY 


|867 


59472 


150059 


2027 


2403 


36010 


24y y 1 1 


t MRiA\rrrPT 
llvlltlAlNUtiL 


! 413 


52128 





13726 


2340 


26549 


94743 


Lf\n.ijVVvAJL» 


1000 


18295 


122247 


11630 


1332 


7329 


loUoo o 


I ppcvii I p priAn 


I ° 


50696 








5968 


45696 


1 r\ c\ o C A 

1023bO 


LUvVb b (jKUVL 





15700 








980 


930 


17610 


I VCTD A 

LYolKA 





51584 





6410 


5051 


40754 


103799 


WIOUN 1 CAKMLL 


000 


36537 


155835 


19642 


2321 


25785 


240120 


MOUNT G I LEAD 





53253 





32676 


2142 


19923 


1 a H A A A 

107994 


MUUN 1 HbKfvKJN 





22923 








1380 


24557 


48860 


MOUNT MORI AH 





32706 








2509 


13012 


48227 


HIUUIN 1 r 1 oljAH 


000 





80339 





626 


5169 


86134 


\TPIAI T17DTTCAT ITU/I 





7875 





547 


206 


2757 


11385 


NORTH DURHAM CHAPEL 





27711 





9000 


3513 


17354 


57578 


rtf Tin? DD AATAU 

UUVfci BRANCH 





9400 


5873 


12000 


1975 


13006 


42254 




L o 


52068 





20392 


1747 


32284 


106491 


PARKVIEW 


[268 


47829 


2800 


6477 


2694 


60651 


120451 


PARKWOOD 


I 


40902 





9180 


3726 


53451 


112259 


PLAINVIEW 





23813 


4325 


17203 


2270 


23596 


71207 


RED MOUNTAIN 


[ 


159042 





46800 


13760 


111413 


336015 


RIDGECREST 





25261 





4140 


2842 


24173 


56416 


ROSE OF SHARON 





27098 








807 


9305 


37210 


SO BAPT CHAPEL-CH 





130318 








8679 


66277 


205274 


TEMPLE 





16348 





25573 


1837 


10623 


54381 


TRINITY 





120075 








3000 


101525 


224600 


UNIVERSITY 





124946 








4760 


112198 


241904 


WATTS STREET 


"ooo 


39000 





10000 


20000 


35000 


104000 


WEST DURHAM 





73106 





10320 


3831 


38477 


130734 


WESTWOOD BAPTIST 




150675 





24639 


11408 


515531 


702253 


YATES 



3401243 1122942 813370 280333 3540567 9131622 



127 



TOTALS 



TABLE H: MISSION EXPENDITURES 



Assoc i at ion : 
YATES 



State: 

NORTH CAROLINA 



Church Sponsored Missions 

136 Money paid out on new const, during the year 

137 All other church sponsored mission expenditure 

138 Total church sponsored mission expenditures 

139 Cooperative Program 



Other Mission Cause Expen ditures 

140 Associational missions program 

141 State missions 



CHURCHES 


136® 


137® 


138® 


139® 


140® 


141® 


























ANGIER AVENUE 






















BAHAMA 











1100 


825 


321 




BELLS 






















BEREA 











865 


288 







BETHESDA 











30821 


7648 





1 


CALVARY 











16277 


5262 


500 


1 


CARRBORO 





8793 


8793 


25912 


6401 


3431 


4 


CEDAR FORK 











18864 


2021 


742 




CHEEK HEIGHTS 











200 


150 


196 




CRESSET 











8320 


1550 





1 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 











29750 


3300 


1000 


3 


EBENEZER 











3745 


985 


259 





EDGEMONT 











5622 


1122 


482 


1 


EPHESUS 











4474 


1452 


287 




FAITH 











11713 


3895 


1298 




FARR I NGTON ROAD 











4607 


1074 


537 




FIELDCREST 











440 


440 


171 




FIRST 











48948 


6675 


2811 


5 


GORMAN 











24183 


6015 


2400 


I 


GRACE 











34074 


5565 


2068 


4 


GREY STONE 














13696 


1780 


3 


GUESS ROAD 











35180 


7265 


820 


3 


HOLLOWAY STREET 











7930 


1325 


703 


1 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 











61641 


6460 


1538 


• 3 


HOPE VALLEY 











26127 


7125 


600 




IMV1ANUEL 











10259 


1955 


705 


1 


LAKEWOOD 











5393 


2397 


112 




LEESVILLE ROAD 











4505 


1536 


308 




LOWE'S GROVE 











9282 


1968 


935 


1 


LYSTRA 











1850 


175 


230 




MOUNT CARMEL 











9036 


2647 







MOUNT GILEAD 


2550 





2550 


7063 


1361 


1526 


i 


MOUNT HERMON 











15702 


2390 


280 




MOUNT MORI AH 


o 


o 





2000 


575 


5 




MOUNT PISGAH 











7084 


1075 


93 




NEW JERUSALEM 














475 







NORTH DURHAM CHAPEL 


o 








255 


144 





— — 


OLIVE BRANCH 











6416 


1435 







PAGE ROAD 











6846 


2411 


380 




PARKVIEW 











5167 


1426 


585 


] 


PARKWOOD 


o 


~ 





~ 5892 " 


1683 







PLAINVIEW 


d 




__ 


9021 ~ 


4163 


180 




RED MOUNTAIN 





o " 




2000™ 


75~6~ 


20(T 




RIDGECREST 











14250 


3336 


1774 




ROSE OF SHARON 








o" 


" 4091 


2792 


350 




SO BAPT CHAPEL-CH 


" 








1400 ' 


699 







TEMPLE 











21290 


4560 


1221" 




TRINITY 








~0 ~ 


3583 


1716 


204 




UNIVERSITY 











2500 


400 


1850 


: 


WATTS STREET 





5000 


5000 " 


5257 


2500 


500 




WEST DURHAM 






















WESTWOOD BAPTIST 











15944 


2850 


979 




YATES 


0_ 


0__ 


~0 


___350_59_ 


3_50_0__ 


759 




TOTALS 


2550 


~~l3~793~ 


16343~ 


611938 


141458 


35120 


fi 



128 



YEAR ENDING 9/30/88 



42 SB Home Missions (incl. Annie Armstrong Easter offering) 

43 SB Foreign Missions (incl. Lottie Moon Christmas offering) 

44 SB Christian education (schools, etc.) 

45 SB Children's homes (cash plus goods) 

46 SB Hospitals 

47 SB Homes for the aged 

48 All other (Bible Society, Temperance League, etc.) 

49 Total other mission cause expenditures 



50 Grand Total Mission expenditures 



43® 


144® 


145® 


146® 


147® 


148® 


149® 


150® 


njTTDPUPC 




















































AMPIPD AWI?MITP 

AJNUlEiK ftVtilNUt. 


65 

















2036 


3136 




























BELLS 


15 





250 


250 


250 


211 


19 14 


2779 


BEREA 


23 














5797 


21331 


52152 


HMHhbDA 


36 


200 


200 


200 


200 


14 12 


15 254 


31531 


r*A t \r ad v 


07 


910 











1648 


L 1 1 97 


62502 


r*A DDDADA 


55 








58 


57 


677 


68 22 


25686 


KjCjUfux rUruv 


25 





36 


130 








993 


1193 


OnhfcJs. HMUrilo 


67 














3346 


145 11 


22831 


CRESSET 


19 














5962 


20740 


50490 


TVTDTJAIYJI AT 

UU KrlAM ivlblvlJK 1 AL 


5 2 














2631 


6957 


10702 


LBLNLZER 


79 








297 





397 


4984 


10606 


EDGEIVKJN 1 


31 

















3617 


8091 


EPHESUS 


50 














7366 


159 13 


27626 


FAITH 


90 














80 


4331 


8938 


FARRINGTON ROAD 


10 

























42 





2250 








9937 


43818 


92766 


FIRST 


63 





1200 


1200 





11948 


50326 


74509 


GORMAN 


62 





316 








1795 3 


42038 


76112 


GRACE 


00 

















27602 


27602 


GREY STONE 


68 








285 








22218 


57398 


(jUbbo KUAD 


95 

















6532 


14462 


HOLLOWAY STREET 


40 














6133 


24952 


86593 


HUMbblLAL) HtiKjHlb 


45 








500 





8000 


20070 


46197 


HOPE VALLEY 


51 








50 





1850 


8884 


19143 


IMMANUEL 


00 





900 


900 





1884 


8598 


13991 


LAKEWOOD 


02 














550 


3470 


7975 


LEESVILLE ROAD 


00 





90 


265 


264 


457 


11441 


20723 


LOWE' S GROVE 


15 





144 


372 


265 


350 


1766 


3616 


LYS1RA 


04 








105 





735 


5894 


14930 


MOUNT CARMEL 


O 

oZ 














565 


7680 


17293 


BV^TIMT nil pin 

MUUN1 GlLfciAD 


06 





129 








4058 


10012 


25714 


MOUNT HERMON 


97 








75 


75 





3230 


5 230 


MOUNT MORI AH 


77 
i ( 














197 


2675 


9759 


flVMTMT' D f OPAU 

MUUINI rloOAH 


33 

















708 


708 


NEW JERUSALEM 




















194 


449 


NORTH DURHAM CHAPEL 


!55 














713 


5216 


11632 


OLIVE BRANCH 


31 





199 


199 





1340 


3472 


15318 


PAGE ROAD 


82 


o 




__ 


410 





474 


6467 


11634 


PARKV I fc,W 


141 


0~ 




o~ 





731 


4141 


10033 


PARKWOOD 


\77 





~ 


~0 





1274 


11692 


20713 


PLAINVIEW 


133 





909 


200 


200 





390~9 


5909" 


RED MOUNTAIN 


f54 


o" 








" 


15744 


37708 


51958 


RIDGECREST 


672 ~ 


'" 


800 


300 


800 


38 2 


8885 


12976 


ROSE OF SHARON 


!57 














35 


2773 


4173 


SO BAPT CHAPEL-CH 


160 








1108 





4070 


19235 


405 25 


TEMPLE 


roo 








189 








3178 


6761 


TRINITY 


Too " 














9000 


15150 


17650 


UNIVERSITY 


786 


1274" 











15490 


21015" 


31272 


WATTS STREET 








o" 


" 














WEST DURHAM 


i37 








120 





6837 


17579 


33523 


WESTWOOD BAPTIST 


S82 


1451 " 





10 





4306 


"21145 


56204 


YATES 



573" " 3835 7423 7223 2111 154540 63587"3 1263714 TOTALS 



129 



TABLE I; SPECIAL INFORMATION 



Association: 
YATES 



29 No. church -type missions started during the yee 

30 No. church-type missions currently operating 



State: 32 No. New Sunday School members 

NORTH CAROLINA 33 ($) Lottie Moonof f ering goal 

34 ($) Annie Armstrong Offering 

35 Number of persons in non-English class(es) 

36 N=none R=radio TV=TV B=both 





37 No . 


in 


Sunday Schoo 1 


but not 


chu r ch 


membe r 






on® 


oil 


O Z 


33® 


34® 


35® 


36® 




o 


o 


ft 
U 


ft 
u 








N 


AMHTFR AVFMTTF 


n 
U 


ft 
U 


















o 


Q 


o 


250 


oc: n 
ZD u 


u 


IN 


RFT T ^ 


o 


o 


o 


n 
u 


ft 
u 


ft 
u 




RFRFA 


ft 

u 


ft 

u 


6 











— 

N 


BETHESDA 


o 


o 


39 


10000 


1500 


o 


T 


CAT VARY 


o 


o 


36 


^ ftftft 


1 Oec: 


ft 

u 


M 
IN 


PARRRORO 


o 




75 


12000 


4855 


ft 
u 


N 


CFDAR FORK 


o 


Q 




1320 


612 


n 


N 




o 


ft 


a 
o 




zoo 


u 


M 
IN 




o 


Q 




Rftftft 




u 


p 
IV 


nilRHAlVI MRMORTAT 


o 


o 


59 


7000 


3459 


n 
u 


N 


FRFNF7FR 


o 


o 


5 1 


2000 


8 30 


o 


N 


FrrjPMOMT 

tjlAjEamlJlN I 


ft 
u 


ft 
u 




Oftftft 
iUUU 


1207 


ft 
u 


M 
IN 


Lrnuou o 


o 


o 


24 


1 Oftft 




ft 

u 


N 


FAITH 


q 


o 


21 


25 00 


1 U4 


ft 

u 


N 


FARRTMnTONI ROAD 


o 


o 




1200 


oou 


ft 

u 


M 
IN 


FT FTnPRFST 


n 
u 


ft 
U 


o 


ion 


ZD < 





M 
IN 


FIRST 


u 


u 


DD 


1 Oftftft 


D ( Uo 


u 


M 
IN 


fWIRMAM 
VjVJIu/lrVIN 


n 

U 


ft 
u 


1 Q 
Xo 


Qt;ftft 


1 Qftft 
ioUU 


ft 
u 


N 




u 





8 


11000 


2374 





T 
1 


PRpv <3TT>MP 


n 
u 


n 
u 


ft 


7ftftft 


2500 


U 


D 

it 




n 
u 


ft 
u 




u 








M 
IN 


Hffl I rtWAV 5TRPPT 
rlLJLiLAJrV/11 oiriLjEji 


u 


ft 
u 


Q 

O 


Oftftft 


1 e; no 
id uy 


u 


M 
IN 


Ur»MI?<3TI?An UP [PUT5 


U 





Oft 


8000 


3581 





M 
IN 


ur\or V A T T c v 


u 


ft 
u 


oo 


/< ftftft 

4UUU 


11DU 


ft 
u 


IN 


1 IVIlvifAlNUijlj 


u 


u 




Oftft 

z zuu 


1 77") 


u 


M 
IN 


t a u ptunnn 

Li /AlVEiWLXJlJ 








7 


2000 


405 





M 
IN 


r pp OAf T T T T? DH A FA 

LfcitiOV 1 LLb WUAL) 








18 


500 


574 





N 


LAJvvL b (jKUVCi 








5 


2500 


1653 





N 


T VCTD A 
Lil O 1 KA 











850 


750 





IN 


rviuuiN i i^/ykmejIj 


U 





17 


2000 


403 


n 
u 


M 
IN 


hath rxrr t t r? a r\ 
MUUN1 (jlLhAD 








12 


2850 


1646 





N 


IV1UUIN 1 nhjrOVlUlN 








15 


2570 


849 





M 
IN 


1Y1UUIN 1 IVlUKi (\tl 








15 


1997 


503 





XT 

IN 


Mira TMT D I A u 


u 


ft 
U 


Q 
O 


1 ftrin 

1UUU 


O •} 1 
Ago 


ft 
u 


M 
IN 


NTT7U7 IPDTTOAI VM 











233 








XT 

IN 


JNUK 1 n UU KrlrtiVl L/Hn r EiLi 








38 





50 





M 
IN 


(JLIVhi BKAlNGn 








11 


1500 


500 





N 


n a r' r? dp* a r\ 








9 


3231 


712 





XT 

IN 


DAD LTM T E*TA7 

r AKKV IbW 








5 


1600 


1390 





N 


D A DVTA7rw~kTA 

r AKK.VVUUU 











1200 


86 





XT 

IN 


FLA1NV i bW 








15 


2500 


1698 





N 


RED MOUNTAIN 











1500 


617 





R 


RIDGECREST 








25 


14000 


2338 





N 


ROSE OF SHARON 








16 


1300 


1089 





N 


SO BAPT CHAP EL- CH 


1 


1 


95 


2000 


382 





N 


TEMPLE 








15 


5000 


3816 





T 


TRINITY 








4 


500 


369 





N 


UNIVERSITY 




















N 


WATTS STREET 








20 


411 


315 





N 


WEST DURHAM 





3 


12 











N 


WESTWOOD BAPTIST 








45 


5000 


1956 





N 


YATES 








52 


7000 


4237 





N 





TOTALS 1 5 1014 170937 65321 



130 



YEAR ENDING 9/30/88 



38 College Students Baptized 

39 Weekday Education enrollment 

40 Bible version? NAS/KJ/NIV/RSV 

41 Annual Audit? N=none O=outside C=church 

Does church have, observe, plan, use, etc? Y=Yes/N=No 
142 Language Cult. Group 46 BMT Prayer activities 50 Media Library 

43 Multiple Sun. Schools 47 Auto data processing 51 RA Week 

44 Family Ministry Emph. 48 Special Ministries 52 Seminary Degree 

145 Baptist Doctrine Stu. 49 History Committee 53 State paper in bud. 



39® 40® 41® 42®43®44®45®46®47®48®49®50®51®52®53® CHURCHES 






KJ 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 




1 






























ANGIER AVENUE 


1 


KJ 





N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


IsT 


BAHAMA 


o 






























BELLS 





KJ 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


BEREA 


1 99 


KJ 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


BETHESDA 


171 


KJ 





N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


CALVARY 





RSV 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


CARRBORO 





KJ 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


CEDAR FORK 





KJ 





N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 





KJ 





Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


CRESSET 


1 75 


KJ 





N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 


1 


KJ 





N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


EBENEZER 


! o 


KJ 





N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


EDGEMONT 





KJ 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


EPHESUS 





KJ 





N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


FAITH 





KJ 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


FARR I NGTON ROAD 





KJ 





N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


FIELDCREST 


60 


KJ 





Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


FIRST 


99 


KJ 





N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


GORMAN 


62 


NIV 





N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


GRACE 





KJ 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


GREY STONE 





KJ 





N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


GUESS ROAD 





RSV 





N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


M 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


HOLLOWAY STREET 





NAS 





N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 


o 


KJ 


o 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


HOPE VALLEY 


o 


KJ 





N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


IMMANUEL 


o 


NIV 





N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


LAKEWOOD 


o 


KJ 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


LEESVILLE ROAD 


o 


KJ 


o 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


LOWE 1 S GROVE 


o 


KJ 


o 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


LYSTRA 


o 


KJ 


o 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


MOUNT CARMEL 


o 


KJ 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


MOUNT G I LEAD 


o 


KJ 





N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


MOUNT HERMON 


o 


NIV 





N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


MOUNT MORI AH 





KJ 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


MOUNT PISGAH 





KJ 





N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


NEW JERUSALEM 


o 


KJ 





N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


NORTH DURHAM CHAPEL 


o 


KJ 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 




-i- 


RSV 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


PAGE ROAD 




KJ 





N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


PARKVIEW 


97 


KJ 





N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


PARKWOOD 





KJ 





N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


PLAINVIEW 





KJ 





N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


RED MOUNTAIN 





KJ 





N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


RIDGECREST 


1 47 


KJ 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


ROSE OF SHARON 





NIV 





N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


SO BAPT CHAPEL-CH 





RSV 





N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


TEMPLE 





KJ 





N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


TRINITY 


52 


KJ 





N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


"i 


UNIVERSITY 





RSV 





N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


WATTS STREET 


57 


KJ 





N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


WEST DURHAM 





NAS 





N 


M 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


WESTWOOD BAPTIST 


75 


NIV 





N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


YATES 



894 TOTALS 



131 



EDMONDS PRINTING CO. - LAWRENCEVILLE, VA 



fc T Yates 

Baptist Association 

North Carolina 




CHURCHES LABORING TOGETHER 
WITH GOD 



Forty-first Annual Session 
1989 



Yates 
Baptist 
Association 



4800 Garrett Road 
P.O. Box 52381 
Durham, North Carolina 27717-2381 
Telephone: 919-489-3396 



FORTY-FIRST ANNUAL SESSION 



1989 



Held with Plainview Baptist Church, Monday evening, October 23, 1989; 
Grace Baptist Church, Tuesday morning, October 24, 1989; 
and University Baptist Church, Tuesday evening, October 24, 1989. 

Next session held with Ridgecrest Baptist Church, Monday evening, October 22, 1990 
Calvary Baptist Church, Tuesday morning, October 23, 1990; 
and Mount Carmel Baptist Church, Tuesday evening, October 23, 1990. 

Preacher: Rev. Robert D. Weatherly, Mount Moriah Baptist Church 
Alternate: Rev. Charles Rutt, North Durham Baptist Chapel 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 



Associate/Assistant Pastors 90" 

Board Members 6 

Brotherhood Officers 12 

Budget 76 

Calendar 15 

Church Brotherhood Directors 103 

Church Clerks * 106 

Church Deacon Chairmen 108 

Church Media Center/ Library Directors 98 

Churoh Music Directors 91 

Church Pastors 88 

Church Secretaries 94 

Church Sunday School Directors 99 

Church Training Directors 101 

Church Training Officers 12 

Church Treasurers 104 

Church Woman's Missionary Union Directors 101 

Committees (1989-90) 9 

Constitution and Bylaws 30 

Directory of the Association 6 

Emp loyees 6 

Financial Statement 72 

General Board Members of the Baptist State Convention 6 

Historical Table 111 

History of Calvary Baptist Church 79 

History of Guess Road Baptist Church 80 

In Memoriam 84 

Key to Church Abbreviations 8 

Meals for Associational Annual Meeting and WMU Annual Meeting 82 

Ministers Licensed During the Year 98 

Ministers of Education 90 

Ministers of Recreation 94 

Ministers of Youth 93 

Ministers Ordained During the Year 97 

Music Council 13 

Officers of the Association 6 

Ordained Ministers 95 

Proceedings of the Annual Meeting 43 

Report of the General Board 83 

Senior Adult Officers 14 

"Singles 30-50" Officers 14 

"Singles Over 50" Officers 14 

Sunday School Officers 12 

TACMO Officers 13 

Woman's Missionary Union Officers 14 

Yates Baptist Association Churches 88 

Years for Publishing Church Histories 81 

COMMITTEE AND ORGANIZATION REPORTS: 

Annual Meeting Committee 1 

Association Board 51 

Auditor 69 

Brotherhood 54 

Camp Committee 59 

Church Media Center/ Library (TACMO) 58 



2 



Church Training 54 

Constitution Committee 60 

Deacons Committee 59 

Director of Church and Community Miistries 67 

Evangelism Committee 61 

Missions Development Program 62 

Music Council 57 

Ordinations Committee 63 

Personnel Committee 63 

Public Relations Committee 64 

Senior Adults 65 

"Singles 30-50" 65 

"Singles Over 50" 66 

Stewardship Committee 64 

Sunday School 53 

Woman's Missionary Union 55 

Youth Advisory Committee 66 

STATISTICAL TABLES 

Church Membership and Other Information 114 

Sunday School 116 

Church Training 118 

Music Ministry 120 

Woman's Missionary Union 122 

Brotherhood 124 

Total Receipts, Local Expenditures & Stewardship 126 

Mission Expenditures 128 

Special Information 130 



3 



CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 



4 



X 




GUESS ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH 



5 



DIRECTORY OF THE ASSOCIATION 
1989-1990 



Moderator 


Rev. Ernest Ferrell 


1914 S. Miami Blvd. 


27703 BA 


596- 


2158 


Vice Moderator 


Mr. Addison Trice 


3429 Medford Road 


27705 T 


383- 


5802 


flop]. 


Ms. Dorothy Hicks 


loUo tiu booK Koaa 


977no TP 
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Dyo 


79*59 
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Treasurer 












Parliamentarian 


Mr. Bruce Little 


3707 Esther Dr. 


27703 BA 


596- 


7750 


Pastors at Large 


Dr. Malbert Smith 


P.O. Box 2686 ' 


27705 GRS 


286- 


2281 




Dr. Jerry Harper 


Route 1 Box 389 


27705 MH 


383- 


2982 




GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 










THE BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 








Rev. Crate H. Jones 


3106 Appling Way 


27709 FI 


596- 


6619 


Rev. Everette Smith 


1923 Ward Street 


27707 LY 


489- 


3677 




ASSOCIATION EMPLOYEES 








Director 












Church/ Comm. Min. 


Faye Oakley Bassett 


3607 Cole Mill Rd 


27712 


383- 


6432 


Admin. Assistant 


Kathy Thompson 


Rt 3 Box 198-1 Apex 


27502 


387- 




Office Secretary 


Saundra Stallings 


2515 Rolling Pines Ave 27703 


596- 


7433 


Camp Caretaker 


Ken Sealy 


Route 6 Box 181 


27703 


596- 


6689 


Resource Center 




4800 Garrett Road 


27707 


489- 


3396 






P.O. Box 52381 


27717-2381 






BOARD 


MEMBERS 








Angier Avenue 


Mr. Man ley Johnson 


411 Pleasant Dr. 


27703 




3469 




Mr. Paul Watkins 


2424 S. Alston Ave. 2771 




2690 


Bahama 












Be lis 












Be re a 


Mr. /Mrs. Mack Vickers Route 3 Box 116 


27713 


544- 


1464 


Bethes da 


Mr. /Mrs. Lunsford Williams 4424 Angier Ave. 


27703 


596- 


4327 


Braggtown 


Mr. R.D. Holleman 


1514 Hermitage Ct 27707 


489- 


■3263 




Mr. Jack Tilley 


2802 Broad St. 


27704 


477- 


3619 


Ca lva ry 


Mrs. Dorothy Christian 205 Pleasant Dr. 


27703 


596- 


6862 




Mrs. Emma Daniels 


619 Lynn Rd. 


27703 


596- 


5287 


Carrboro 


Dr. Albert Collier 


2722 Damascus Church Rd. 










Chapel Hill 


27516 


967- 


2562 




Dr. Robert Thompson 


129 Carolina Forest Dr. 










Chapel Hill 


27516 


967- 


1278 


Cedar Fork 


Mr. Ralph Green 


5824 Williamsburg Way 












27713 


544- 


1103 




Mr. Jack Green 


2204 Ridge vi lie 


Drive 










Chapel Hill 


27514 


489- 


■4102 


Cheek Heights 


Mr. Arlis Carden 


2618 Carpenter Rd 27704 


682- 


0989 




Mr. Allen Harrell 


212 Pleasant Dr 


#804 












27703 


596- 


9177 


Cresset 












Durham Memorial 


Mr. /Mrs. Otho Hursey 


3324 Holloway St. 27703 


596- 


7236 


Ebenezer 


Mr. Gus Riley 


Rt. 2 Box 519 


27705 


383- 


3155 




Mr. Bobby Riley 


Rt. 2 Box 525-A 


27705 


383- 


1352 


Edge wood 


Mr. Richard Conover 


808 Angier Ave. 


27701 


682- 


6408 




Mr. Rone Davis 


2718 Ashe St. 


27703 


596- 


4471 


Ephesus 


Mrs. Nancy Hayes 


3911 Garrett Rd. 


27707 


489- 


•7209 




Mr. Fred Hall 


Rt. 1 Box 159 


27705 


489- 


5809 


Faith 


Mr. J.D. Lee 


3546 Cheek Rd. 


27704 


688- 


2448 



Farrington Road 

Fie ldc rest 

First 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 
Holloway St. 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 

Lakewood 
Leesville Road 
Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 

Mt. Carmel 

Mt. Gilead 

Mt. Hermon 

Mt. Moriah 

Mt. Pisgah 

New Jerusalem 

North Durham 
Olive Branch 

Page Road 

Park View 
Park wood 
Plainview 

Red Mountain 

Ridgecrest 

Rose of Sharon 

Sunrise 
Temple 
Trinity 

University 
Watts Street 
West Durham 



Mr. Charles Glasgow 
Mr. Larry Giles 
Mr. James Williams 



Mr. /Mrs. Floyd Rhodes 
Mrs. Grace Fogleman 
Mr. Jim Cope 
Mrs. Beverly Green 
Ms. Pat Hilliard 
Mr. Travis Clements 
Mrs. Ernestine Sink 

Mr. /Mrs. Howard Harris 

Mr. /Mrs. George Cooke 
Mr. Edgar Morgan 
Mr. Norman Ras berry 
Mr. /Mrs. F.A. Ward 
Mr. Alfred Oakley 
Mr. /Mrs. Paul Dismuke 
Mr. Clayton Dollar 
Mr. Gerald Oldham 
Mr. Robert Atwater 
Mr. Martin Sparrow 
Mr. /Mrs. Charles Cook 

Miss Lois King 
Mrs. Ned Smith 
Mr. Robert Gooch 
Mr. Troy Wilkins 
Mr. J.E. Booth 
Mr. Jerry Davis 
Mrs. Barbara Gilchrist 
Mrs. Betty Simms 

Mr. George Ray 
Ms. Cathy S away a 
Mr. Carson Moore 
Mr. Gene Stinnett 

Mr. Phil Hartig 

Mrs. Sandra Harrison 

Ms. Nellie Harward 

Mr./Mrs. Carl Walker 

Mr. /Mrs. Wayne Alford 

Rev. Erwin Dillehay 
Mr. Pete Overton 



14 Folkston Dr. 27704 

PO Box 2051, ChH 27514 
200 Cooper St., 

Chapel Hill 27514 

3305 Dixon Rd. 27707 

2504 E. Geer St. 27704 

3601 Westminister 27704 

1412 N. Mangum 27701 

327- B Clark St. 27701 

PO Box 2686 27715 

PO Box 2686 27715 

424 Belmont St. 27703 

4214 Hope Valley 27707 
618 Morreene Rd. 27705 
811 Ruby St. 27704 
1906 James St. 27705 
Rt. 4 Box 366 27703 
3616 S. Alston 27713 
Rt. 3 Box 350,ChH 27514 
Rt. 7 Box 570,ChH 27514 
Rt. 6 Box 409,ChH 27514 
Rt. 6 Box 507,ChH 27514 
Fearrington Post 279 
Pittsboro 27312 
2513 Sparger Rd. 27705 
4617 Pineda le Dr. 27705 
2012 WaWa Ave. 27707 
Rt. 2 Box 156 27705 
Rt. 3 Box 240 27713 
Rt. 3 Box 229 D 27713 
1004 Windcrest 27713 
3301 Shady Bluff 27704 

Rt 6 Box 321 27703 
129 Andrews Rd #9B27703 
2118 Eastwood Rd 27703 
628 Lynn Rd. 27703 

1227 Seaton Rd. 27713 
Rt. 5 Box 688 27704 
1620 Fletchers Chapel Rd. 

27703 

Rt 2 Box 262 
Rougemont 27572 
Rt 1 Box 808 
Hillsborough 27278 
3804 Rivermont Rd27712 
Debonair Cir. 27705 



Mr./Mrs. Linwood McCullersll2 E. Maynard 27704 
Ms. Dog Hicks 1308 Ed Cook Rd. 27703 

Mr. L.P. McLawhorn 1400 Ed Cook Rd. 27703 



Mr./Mrs. P.B. Cole 



2122 Overland Dr. 27704 



682-6223 
967-8087 

929-4927 

489-3509 
688-5929 
688-8740 
682-0012 
682-6336 
286-2281 
286-2281 

596-5601 

489-8470 
383-1461 
477-9564 
489-2225 
596-2609 
596-1360 

933-6644 
933-3937 
933-7961 

542-2523 
383-1136 
383-4381 
489-3852 
489-2572 
544-2247 
544-4495 
544-4888 
479-0732 

596-7304 
382-0017 
596-8366 
596-8029 



682-2736 

596-5274 

477-6348 

477-8222 
383-2956 
477-8369 

477-6849 
596-7232 
596-3707 

682-8670 



7 



Westwood 
Yates 



Mr. Alfred Eakes, Sr. 
Mr. Irvin Breedlove 
Mrs. Ruby Troutman 
Ms. Mamie van den Berg 



1611 Delaware Ave27705 286-4541 

1822 Forest Rd. 27705 286-7232 

4001 ChH Rd. 27707 489-7902 

2836 ChH Rd. #20D27707 490-5945 



KEY 



A 


ANGIER AVENUE 


L 


LAKE WOOD 


BH 


BAHAMA 


LG 


LOWE'S GROVE 


B 


BELLS 


LR 


LEESVILLE ROAD 


BR 


BE RE A 


LY 


LYSTRA 


BA 


BETHESDA 


MC 


MOUNT CARMEL 


BT 


BRAGG TOWN 


MG 


MOUNT GILEAD 


C 


CALVARY 


MH 


MOUNT HERMON 


CR 


CARRBORO 


MM 


MOUNT MORI AH 


CF 


CEDAR FORK 


MP 


MOUNT PISGAH 


CH 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 


NJ 


NEW JERUSALEM 


CT 


CRESSET 


ND 


NO. DURHAM CHAPEL 


DM 


DURHAM MEMORIAL 


OB 


OLIVE BRANCH 


£ 


EBENEZER 


PR 


PAGE ROAD 


EG 


EDGEWOOD 


PV 


PARK VIEW 


EP 


EPHESUS 


PW 


PARKWOOD 


F 


FAITH 


p 


PLAINVIEW 


FR 


FAR RING TON ROAD 


RM 


RED MOUNTAIN 


FC 


FIELDCREST 


RC 


RIDGECREST 


FI 


FIRST 


RS 


ROSE OF SHARON 


GM 


GORMAN 


SCH 


SUNRISE 


G 


GRACE 


T 


TEMPLE 


GRS 


GREY STONE 


TR 


TRINITY 


GR 


GUESS ROAD 


U 


UNIVERSITY 


HS 


HOLLOWAY STREET 


ws 


WATTS STREET 


HH 


HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 


WD 


WEST DURHAM 


HV 


HOPE VALLEY 


WW 


WESTWOOD 




IMMANUEL 


Y 


YATES 


K 


KOREAN MISSION 







8 



1989 - 



1990 COMMITTEES 



ANNUAL MEETING 



(90) 


Rev. Ron Harrison, Chm. 


Rt. 5, Box 688 


27704 


P 


682- 


2591 


(91) 


Rev. Don Chasteen 


222 Midland Road 


27712 


RC 


477- 


5426 


(91) 


Rev. Nancy Lee 


1UU o. OOiUmDia ot. 


97 C 1 A 

Z I D14 


T I 

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a a 9_ 

y4Z 


Z1D ( 


(92) 


Dr. Robert Phillips 


1ZU4 Lynn kq. 


A77A') 

(U6 


r* 

L« 


CQA_ 

Dy o 


ZDy z 


( C\o\ 

(92) 


Dr. Olay wart 


Q07 W7 Phonal Hill 

oil < v\. '../napei mil 


97701 
Z ( ( Ul 


T 
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DOO 


7*?Q 7 

( <jy < 


AUDIT 














(90) 


Mr. Frank Nelson, Chm. 


447 Continental Dr. 


27712 


ET 


383- 


7137 


(91) 


Mrs. Betty bins 


D-f- O Dnv *3 1 A 

rtt Z bOX .514 














Rouge mont 


97C79 
Z ( D < Z 


IV IV! 


477- 


ou < y 


( <\o\ 


Mr. a.u. oorren 


35 Glenmore 


9770.7 


Ul c 

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4oy 


D14X 


OA Mr 














190J 


Mr. George Love, Chm. 


r.U. BOX loot) 


97709 
Z < ( UZ 




DoZ 


■ 1 ft 70 


(.90J 


Mr. David Latta 


971^ Ronl- RH 
Z ( ID tJeCK KQi 


9770/1 
Z ( ( U4 




DoZ 


• 41 IP 


(91) 


Mrs. Lucy Herndon 


2406 Sparwood Dr. 


977HC 

Zf fUD 




OA 0_ 


, AOCA 

4oD4 


(91) 


Mr. Bruce Mangum 


7 Dubarry Court 


27705 


BT 


383- 


8420 


(91) 


Mrs. Jean Wright 


3239 Pinafore Dr. 


27705 


WS 


489- 


5009 


(92) 


Rev. Michael Berryman 


14 id no i io w ay at. 


97700 
Z < ( Uo 


OC 

r) c 


OOO 


• 471 1 
4 < 11 


(92) 


Mr. O.C. Mitchell 


ooo uienco kg. 


077A0 

Z< (\)6 


r i v 


Dy D 


■ 940*} 
Z4UO 




Mr. George Ray, ex-officio 


Kt. b BOX oZl 


077A0 


on 


CAR. 

Dy b 


( oU4 


CHRISTIAN LIFE 












(91) 


Mr. John Hallenborg, Chm. 


9 Park Place 


27712 


GRS 


383- 


1786 


(90) 


Mr. Bob Wheeler 


5607 Ventura Dr. 


27712 


FI 


477- 


2452 


(91) 


Rev. John Caldwell 


r.U. Box 1646b 




M I 


942- 


- 4Zol 


(92) 


Mr. Barry Black we 11 


bUi HnKerDeii Ka. 


9 r 7C 1 A 

L ( D14 




y4z- 


4oll 


(92) 


Mrs. Janet Pollock 


o4(Jb uneeK Koaa 


27704 


I? 


684- 


■4549 


CONSTITUTION 












(90) 


Mr. Carl Bishop 


2630 Pickett Road 


27705 


Y 


489- 


■3875 


(90) 


Mrs. Betty Long 


5030 Raintree Rd. 


27712 


ET 


477- 


■3916 


(91) 














(92) 


Mr. Lester Owen 


oU!4 waKe forest riwy. 


077AO 


n u 


CAP. 

Dy b 


.PAPA 


(92) 


Mr. Linwood Tew 


(\)b rrazier bt. 


27704 


Hi IAI 


477- 


■4617 


DEACONS 












(91) 


Rev. Bryan Chestnutt, Chm. 


P.O. Box 3003 


27705 


PR 


688- 


1366 


(90) 


Mrs. Hazel Pickett 


3308 Chapel Hill Rd. 


27707 


Y 


489- 


■6675 


(91) 


Mr. Ron Oxendine 


Kt 6 BOX 1.34 _ U, Apex 


27502 


B 


362- 


•4439 


(92) 


Mr. Russell Baldwin 


5319 Memory Drive 


27712 


c T' 
B 1 


477- 


•3916 


(92) 


Mrs. Barbara Pearce 


o(Uo L/amDriage Ka. 


Z ( f UD 


L 


489- 


•ouol 


EVANGELISM 












(91) 


Rev. Rick Hayes, Chm. 


zDUU Acaaia ot. 


27704 


?v 


477- 


■7497 


(90) 


Mrs. Beverly Clark 


5822 Wilma St. 


27712 


RC 


477- 


■0853 


(90) 


Rev. Cameron Ervin 


124 Smith Dr. 


27712 


BH 


477- 


1809 


(92) 


Rev. Danny Glover 


3707 Garrett Road 


27707 


CT 


489- 


-2655 


(92) 


Dr. Jeff Wisdom 


P.O. Box 11296 


27703 


A A 


596- 


■6430 



9 



FINANCE 

(90) Dr. Frank Zedick, Chm. 

(90) Mr. Travis Clements 

(91) Mr. Warren Elledge 

(91) Mrs. Rosa Hampton 

(91) Rev. Robert Weatherly 

(92) Mr. Robert Moore 
(92) Ms. Brenda Riley 

( Treasurer-ex-of f icio) 

MINISTERIAL CARE 

(90) Rev. R. Clay Berry, Chm. 

(90) Dr. Tobie Stone 

(91) Mr. Harvey Craig 

(91) Rev. Nancy Lee 

(92) Rev. Tom Newboult 

NOMINATIONS 

(90) Mrs. Frances Dorrity, Chm. 

(90) Mrs. Linda Chandler 
(91) 

(91) Mr. Gus Godwin 

(91) Rev. Everette Smith 

(92) Rev. Don Chasteen 
(92) 

ORDINATIONS 

(90) Rev. Ronald Cava, Chm. 

(90) Dr. Deryl Holliday 

(91) Rev. Crate Jones 

(92) Dr. Andrew Pickens 
(92) Rev. Fred Williams 

PERSONNEL 

(90) Dr. Jesse Croom. Chm. 

(90) Mr. Bruce Little 

(91) Dr. Gerald Goodwin 

(91) Dr. James I. Murphy 

(92) Mrs. Harriett Jones 

PUBLIC RELATIONS 

(90) Mr. Richard Isaacs, Chm. 

(90) Mrs. Bess Bush 

(91) Mrs. Rachel Churchill 

(91) Mrs. Nancy Lassiter 

(92) Rev. Norman Gossett 

RADIO & TV 

(90) Mr. Jay Curatti, Chm. 

(90) Rev. Julian Motley 

(91) Mr. Rupert L. Bynum 

(91) Mr. Bobby R. Royster 



1004 N. Mangum St. 


27701 


G 


688- 


6765 


3205 Sprunt 


27705 


GRS 


383- 


1218 


6119 Hathaway Ln. 










Chapel Hill 


27514 


EP 


942- 


8140 


1606 Sycamore 


27707 


Y 


489- 


1540 


Rt. 7 Box 185-A 


27707 


MM 


489- 


3425 


3613 Hope Vly Rd. 


27707 


L 


489- 


9491 


610 Saddle Ridge 


27704 


NJ 


471- 


4513 


Rt. 1 Box 389 


27705 


MH 


383- 


2982 


Rt. 2 Box 422-A 


27705 


E 


383- 


6668 


229 Hester Rd. 


27703 


A 


596- 


1697 


100 S. Columbia St. 


27514 


U 


942- 


2157 


2819 ChH Rd. 


27707 


Y 


489- 


2309 


2306 Gate Hill Dr. 


27705 


MH 


383- 


3405 


2208 Tampa Ave. 


27705 


FI 


286- 


0126 


6 Tarra Place 


27707 


LG 


489- 


1672 


1923 Ward 


27707 


L 


489- 


3677 


222 Midland Rd. 


27712 


RC 


477- 


5426 


826 N. Hardee St. 


27703 


CH 


683- 


1019 


4007 Holt Sch. Rd. 


27704 


HH 


477- 


3859 


3106 Appling Way 


27709 


FI 


596- 


6619 


Rt. 3 Box 140, Apex 


27502 


B 


362- 


6090 


123 Olive Branch Rd 


27703 


OB 


596- 


8907 


P.O. Box 156 










Carrboro 


27510 


CR 


967- 


3056 


3707 Esther Dr. 


27703 


BA 


596- 


7750 


2703 Holloway St. 


27703 


DM 


596- 


7350 


6900 Garrett Road 


27707 


HV 


493- 


1809 


3106 Appling Way 


27709 


CT 


596- 


6619 


P.O. Box 15597 


27704 


G 


254- 


7808 


919 Torre dge Rd. 


27712 


MH 


471- 


3973 


Rt. 3 Box 206, Apex 


27502 


MP 


362- 


6054 


3706 Brightwood Ln 


27703 


OB 


682- 


3076 


1815 Glenn Sch. Rd. 


27704 


FC 


682- 


1248 


2920 Chapel Hill Rd. 


67C 27707 


FI 


489- 


8684 


3315 E. Geer St. 


27704 


GM 


688- 


3947 


Rt. 4 Box 254 










Pittsboro 


27312 


MG 


542- 


4198 


58 White Oak Tr. 










Chapel Hill 


27514 


MC 


933- 


0768 



10 



STEWARDSHIP 

(92) Dr. Randall Pollock, Chm. 

(90) Mrs. Beverly Green 

(91) Mr. Emmett Ward 

TRUSTEES 

(90) Mr. J.E. Booth, Chm. 

(91) Mrs. Carol Roycroft 

(92) Mr. Don C. Christian 

YOUTH ADVISORY 

(91) Rev. Earl Echols, Chm. 

(90) Rev. Brian Allen 

(90) Dr. Robert Wortham 

(91) Rev. John Frederick 

(92) Mr. Carl Martin 
(92) Rev. Fulton Hartzog 
(92) Rev. Debbie Is ley 



3321 Cheek Road 


27704 


F 


682- 


•8750 


1412 N. Mangum St. 


27701 


G 


682- 


0012 


2905 Welcome Dr. 


27705 


HV 


489- 


3976 


Rt. 3 Box 240 


27713 


MP 


544- 


•2247 


3428 Randolph Rd. 


27705 


CT 


489- 


•3079 


205 Pleasant Dr. 


27703 


C 


596- 


6862 


Rt. 2 Box 422- A 


27705 


E 


383- 


6868 


807 W. ChH St. 


27701 


T 


286- 


7868 


P.O. Box 15022 


27704 


BT 


477- 


6440 


1309 Hudson 18-C 


27705 


Y 


471- 


■2792 


222 Midland Rd. 


27712 


RC 


479- 


0594 


5113 Shagbark Dr. 


27709 


A A 


596- 


1253 


100 S. Columbia St. 


27514 


BT 


477- 


6440 



11 



SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERS 



Director Rev. Raymond Johns 3573 Hillsborough Rd 27705 I 

ASSIST 

(Associational Sunday School Improvement Support Team) 
General Officers 



383-1422 



Growth Spiral 


Rev. 


Ron Harrison 


til D uOX DOO v 


0770/1 


D 

r 


coo. 




Outreach 
















Small Church 


Rev. 


Fred Williams 


123 Olive Branch Rd 


27703 


OB 


596- 


8907 


VBS Director 
















Adult 


Mr. 


Eddie Hammett 


1004 N. Mangum St. 


27701 


G 


688- 


6765 




Rev. 


Shirley Massey 


4700 Ephesus Ch. Rd. 


27707 


EP 


489- 


•4483 


Youth 


Mr. 


Steve Parker 


1415 Hollo way St. 


27703 


HS 


688- 


4711 


Children 


Mrs. 


Paula Setzer 


503 Lyons Ln, ChH 


27514 


CR 


929- 


•3690 


Preschool 


Mrs. 


Irene Bagwell 


414 Cleveland St. 


27701 


FI 


688- 


7308 




Mrs. 


Linda Chandler 


2208 Tampa Ave. 


27705 


FI 


286- 


0126 



CHURCH TRAINING OFFICERS 



Director 
Adult 
Youth 
Children 
Preschool 
Equipping Ctr 
MasterLif e 
New Member 
Survival 



Mr. Eddie Hammett 
Dr. Deryl Ho ILL day 

Mrs. Merle Fish 

Rev. Deryl Ho ILL day 
Mr. Eddie Hammett 



1004 N. Mangum St. 
4007 Holt School Rd. 

3610 Esther Dr. 

4007 Holt School Rd. 
1004 N. Mangum St. 



Rev. Bob Weatherly Rt 7 Box 18 5- A 
BROTHERHOOD OFFICERS 



27701 G 
27704 HH 



27704 
27701 



688-6765 
477-4893 



27703 BA 596-6213 



HH 
G 



477-4893 
688-6765 



27707 MM 489-3425 



Director Rev. Donald Bowden 4424 S. Alston Ave. 

Baptist Men Mr. Larry Bumgardner 1203 N. Gregson St. 

MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 



27713 
27701 



LG 
T 



544-5099 
682-6466 



Chairman Mrs. Joy M. Miller 2626 Hitchcock Dr. 

SUBCOMMITTEES 



27705 T 471-8087 



COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 



Chairman Mrs. Joy M. Miller 

Ms. Pam Bearden 
Ms. Betsy Brink ley 
Mrs. Irene Caldwell 
Ms. Nancy Mishue 
Ms. Srenda Riley 
Rev. Fred Williams 



2626 Hitchcock Dr. 27705 T 471-8087 

1901 Wagoner St. 27705 GRS 286-7916 

Rt 7 Mt. Moriah Rd. 27707 MM 489-3648 

415 Highview Dr, ChH 27514 NJ 942-4281 

Rt 5 Box 459-B 27704 P 688-9532 

610 Saddle Ridge Ave. 27704 NJ 471-4513 

123 Olive Branch Rd. 27703 OB 596-0331 



Chairman 



:NTERFAITH WITNESS-LANGUAGE MISSIONS 



Rev. Harold Craig 
Mr. Rich Erwin 
Rev. A.D. Frazier 



807 W. Chapel Hill St. 27701 T 688-7397 
P.O. Box 156 Carrboro 27510 CR 967-3056 
7 Springmoor Dr. 27615 RC 848-7007 



12 



STUDENT MINISTRIES 

Chairman Rev. Nancy Lee 100 S Columbia St, ChH27514 U 942-2157 

Ms. Pam Bearden 1901 Wagoner St. 27705 GRS 286-7916 

Mrs. Cathy Clark Rt 1 Box 828, Hillsb. 27278 PV 477-3762 

Mr. Alonzo Montgomery5104 Partridge St. 27704 NJ 471-6323 

Mr. Ken Throckmorton Rt 7 Box 185-A 27707 MM 489-3425 



CHURCH EXTENSION 



Chairman 



Chairman 



Chairman 



Chairman 



Mr. Thomas C. Ellis 
Mr. Jim Hobart 
Mrs. Carolyn Millard 
Rev. Julian Motley 
Mrs. Carol Roy croft 



3210 Sherbon Dr. 
5114 Troon Lane 
160 Kimball Dr. 
3315 E. Geer St. 
3428 Randolph Rd. 



BLACK CHURCH RELATIONS 
Mrs. Irene Caldwell 415 Highview Dr. ChH 
Mrs. Linda Bowden 44 24 S. Alston Ave. 
Mrs. Harold Cobb, Sr. 912 Brandon Rd. 
Rev. Raymond Johns 3573 Hillsborough Rd. 

CHAPLAINCY 
Mr. Alonzo Montgomery5104 Partridge St. 
Mrs. Sheila Echols 3111 Umstead Rd. 
Rev. Lee Harris Rt 4 Bx 395 Pittsboro 

Ms. Joy M. Miller 2626 Hitchcock Dr. 
Rev. Shirley Massey 4700 Ephesus Ch. Rd. 

SPECIAL MISSION PROJECTS 



Mr. Dick Chorley 
Mrs. Irene Caldwell 



P.O. Box 3003 

415 Highview Dr. ChH 



Brotherhood Mission Action 

Director Mr. Larry Bumgardner 1203 N. Gregson St. 

WMU Mission Action 



Director 



Mrs. Audrey Gordon 3904 E. Geer St. 



27707 


FI 


688- 


7308 


27712 


RC 


383- 


9658 


27712 


GRS 


383- 


8924 


27704 


GM 


688- 


3947 


27705 


CT 


489- 


3079 


27514 


NJ 


942- 


4281 


27713 


LG 


544- 


5099 


27713 


WD 


490- 


1042 


27705 




383- 


1422 


27704 


NJ 


471- 


6323 


27712 


E 


383- 


8924 


27312 


MG 


542- 


2431 


27705 


WS 


471- 


8087 


27707 


EP 


489- 


4483 


27705 


WS 


688- 


1366 


27514 


NJ 


942- 


4281 


27701 


T 


682- 


6466 


27704 


GM 


688- 


•7945 



MUSIC COUNCIL 



Director 


Mrs. 


Kathie Wilkinson P.O. Box 156, Carrboro 


27510 










Mr. 


Herbert Gray 3315 E. Geer St. 


27704 


GM 


688- 


3947 




Rev. 


Pattie Lingafelt 4430 S. Alston Ave. 


27713 


LG 


544- 


1888 




Mr. 


Burke Raper 1004 N. Mangum St. 


27707 


G 


688- 


6765 




Rev. 


Ted Reed 2819 Chapel Hill Rd. 


27707 


Y 


489- 


•2309 




Rev. 


Jay Steelmon 414 Cleveland St. 


27701 


FI 


688- 


■7308 






TACMO OFFICERS 










Director 


Mrs. 


Clara Crabtree Rt 2 Bx 34 7- A Bahama 


27503 


BT 


477- 


4521 


Assoc. Dir. 


Mrs. 


Patricia Coghill 508 Parkview Dr. 


27712 


GR 


477- 


6921 


Media Education Mrs. 


Marjorie Watkins 2501 State St. 


27704 


FI 


477- 


7817 


Tech. Proc. 


Mrs. 


Janie Clements PO Box 195 Bahama 


27503 


RC 


477- 


3484 


Program Chm. 


Mrs. 


The lma George 907 Torredge Rd. 


27712 


PV 


477- 


6902 


Secretary 


Mrs. 


Audrey Harrell 410 Argonne Dr. 


27704 


PV 


477- 


5369 


Assoc. Libr. 


Mrs. 


Clara Crabtree Rt 2 Box 347-A Bahama 27503 


BT 


477- 


•4521 



13 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OFFICERS 



Director 


Mrs. 


Sandy Harrison 


Rt 5 Box 688 


27704 


P 


682- 


2736 


Baptist Women 


Mrs. 


Dorothy Hicks 


1308 Ed Cook Rd. 


27703 


TR 


596- 


7232 


Asst Bapt Wm 


Mrs. 


Nancy Lassiter 


3706 Brightwood Ln. 


27703 


OB 


682- 


3076 


Bapt Young Wm Miss Sheila Durham 


1213 N. Miami Blvd. 


27703 


HS 


682- 


7824 


Asst. BYW 


Ms. 


Brenda Garden 


3608 Gibson Rd. 


27703 


OB 


596- 


6263 


Acteens 


Ms. 


Cathy S away a 


129 Andrews Apt 9-B 


27704 


OB 


382- 


0017 


Asst. Acteens 


Mrs. 


Debbie Casey 


4107 Sunny Court » 


27704 


EG 


383- 


5605 


Girls in Action 


Mrs. 


Nora Whitley 


2717 Holloway St. 


27703 


DM 


596- 


6387 


Asst. GA 


Mrs. 


Dennise Simmons 


4813 Stafford Dr. 


27705 


BA 


383- 


6111 


Mission Friends 


Mrs. 


Mary Taylor 


2502 Albany St. 


27705 


DM 


471- 


6935 


Asst. Mis. Fr. 
















Mission Act ion/ Personal 












Witness 


Mrs. 


Audrey Gordon 


3904 E. Geer St. 


27704 


GM 


688- 


7945 


Sec/Trea/Hist. 


Mrs. 


Peggy Rhodes 


2637 Kirk Rd. 


27705 


GR 


477- 


8188 


Enlist/Enlarge 


Mrs. 


Cathy Greene 


68 Stonewall Rd. 


27704 


FI 


477- 


4976 


Group I Ldr. 


Mrs. 


Clara Murray 


304 W. Delafield Ave. 


27704 


BT 


477- 


3132 


Group II Ldr. 


Mrs. 


Irene Caldwell 


415 Highview Dr ChH 


27514 


NJ 


942-4281 


Group III Ldr. 


Mrs. 


Arlene Harris 


Rt 4 Box 38 7- A 


27703 


LR 


596- 


5185 


Group IV Ldr. 


Mrs. 


Cathy Greene 


68 Stonewall Rd. 


27704 


FI 


477- 


4976 






SINGLES 30-50 










Contact Person 


Ms. 


Sheila Durham 


1213 N. Miami Blvd. 


27703 


HS 


682- 


7824 






SINGLES OVER 50 










Pres ident 


Mrs. 


Darlene Harrill 


420 Idlewood St. 


27703 


HS 


596- 


3031 


Vice President 
















Secretary/ 
















Treasurer 


Ms. 


Rosa Moody 


1209 Holoway St. 


27701 


HS 


682- 


•7021 


Program Chm. 
















Activities Ldr. 


Ms. 


Arlene Green 


2314 Quincy St. 


27703 


AA 


682- 


■2425 






SENIOR ADULTS 










President 


Mrs. 


Margaret Rhodes 3305 Dixon Rd. 


27707 


FI 


489- 


■3509 


1st Vice Pres. 


Mrs. 


Martha Rowland 


204 Raynor St. 


27703 


A 


596- 


•5581 


2nd Vice Pres./ 
















Program Chm. 


Mr. 


Floyd Rhodes, Jr. 


3305 Dixon Rd. 


27707 


FI 


489- 


■3509 


Secretary- 


Mrs. 


Helen Sears 


4213 Hope Valley Rd. 


27707 


HV 


478- 


■9729 


Treasurer 


Mrs. 


Maybe lie Husketh3849 Shoccorree Dr. 


27705 


A 


383- 


■4633 



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29 



CONSTITUTION 



Revised 1983, 1985, 1987, 1989 
ARTICLE I. NAME 

This body shall be known as the Yates Baptist Association of North Carolina. 

ARTICLE II. PURPOSE 
The purpose of this Association shall be to provide a - convenient and orderly 
means for the extension of the ministry of the cooperating Baptist churches in 
Durham County and portions of Chatham and Orange counties which support the 
programs of the Baptist State Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

ARTICLE III. ARTICLES OF FAITH 
The confession of faith of this Association shall be the "Baptist Faith and 
Message" with its five-point statement of the historic Baptist conception of the 
nature and function of confessions of faith in our religious and denominational 
life as adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention in 1963 at Kansas City. 

(Five-point Statement from the "Baptist Faith and Message") 

(1) That they constitute a consensus of opinion of some Baptist body, large 
or smalL for the general instruction and guidance of our own people and others 
concerning those articles of the Christian faith which are most surely held among 
us. They are not intended to add anything to the simple conditions of the 
salvation revealed in the New Testament, viz, repentance towards God and faith 
in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. 

(2) That we do not regard them as complete statements of our faith, having 
any quality of finality or infallibility. As in the past, so in the future 
Baptists should hold themselves free to revise their statements of faith as may 
seem to them wise and expedient at any time. 

(3) That any group of Baptists, large or smalL have the inherent right to 
draw up for themselves and publish to the world a confession of their faith 
whenever they may think it advisable to do so. 

(4) That the sole authority for faith and practice among Baptist is the 
Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments. Confessions are only guides in 
interpretation, having no authority over the conscience. 

(5) That they are statements of religious convictions, drawn from the 
Scriptures, and are not to be used to hamper freedom of thought or investigation 
in other realms of life. 

ARTICLE IV. MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1. This Association in session shall be composed of duly elected 
messengers from cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County and portions of 
Chatham and Orange counties and the regular elected officers of the Association 
and members of the Associational Board which are in agreement with the purpose 
as stated in Article II. When not in session this Association shall be comprised 
of its member churches which shall elect members to the Associational Board in 
accordance to Article X. 

Section 2. Each church shall be represented at the annual meeting of the 
Association and at any special meeting during the year by messengers who shall be 
duly elected in the following ratio: 

(1) . Three for the first hundred members or fraction thereof, and one for 
each additional hundred or fraction thereof, provided that the total number of 
messengers shall not exceed ten. 

(2) All pastors of churches of the Association shall be recognized as 
messengers, in addition to those specified above. 

Section 3. Only individuals who are baptized (immersed) believers and 
members of churches of this Association shall be seated as voting messengers at 
any Associational meeting. 



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Section 4. Churches seeking to seat messengers in the Association shall 
apply to the Missions Committee prior to the annual meeting of the Association, 
giving evidence of their faith and order and their agreement to be received 
under watchcare of the Association. Upon recommendation of the committee and 
approval of the Association by a two-thirds majority of the members present and 
voting, the church or churches shall be received under the watchcare of the 
Association for a period of one year. It is understood that during the period 
of watchcare of the Association such churches will be accorded all the services 
of the Association and all its privileges with the exception of the right to 
seat voting messengers and to voting representation on the Associational Board, 
At the end of the year of watchcare, the church or churches may, by a two-thirds 
vote of the Association, be received into full fellowship of the Association or 
continue under watchcare or have the request for fellowship rejected. Upon 
admission to full fellowship, the church or churches shall be authorized to seat 
duly elected messengers with voting privileges and voting members on the Associa- 
tional Board. 

Section 5. The Association shall have the power, upon giving notice of 
nine months and by two-thirds majority vote of messengers present and voting, to 
withdraw fellowship from any church that shall willfully depart from orthodox 
principles of the Christian religion as taught in the Bible and as believed by 
Baptists or that fails to represent itself either by messenger or letter at the 
annual session of the Association without sufficient reason, or that fails to 
support causes fostered by the denomination at large and of this Association in 
particular, or that ceases to be missionary in practice. 

Section 6. Any church may decline to send messengers to the Association at 
its pleasure. Whenever this constitutes a withdrawal of fellowship on the part 
of the church, the Association shall not as a body, or through a representative 
or representatives, week to restrain by coercion or law the withdrawal action of 
the church. 

ARTICLE V. POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 
The Association when convened in meeting, shall sit as advisory council, 
and shall have no power to infringe on any of the internal rights of the 
churches; it may advise with cooperating churches and recommend measures of 
usefulness for their adoption, and may claim for itself, its objects, and its 
recommendations the highest consideration. 

ARTICLE VI. ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE CHURCHES 
Each cooperating church shall send annually to the Association a report on 
the Associational Letter which is provided. Only persons who have been baptized 
by immersion may be reported as members on these reports. Said report shall 
reach the Associational Clerk at least 10 days prior to the annual meeting. 

ARTICLE VII. MEETINGS 
Section 1. The Association shall convene annually during the week after 
the fourth Sunday in October, and may meet with different churches on the two 
successive days. 

Section 2. The time of the annual meeting may be changed, or special 
meetings called by the Associational Board upon two weeks notice to the co- 
operating churches. 

ARTICLE VIII. FISCAL YEAR 
The fiscal year of the Association shall begin on January first and end on 
December thirty-first of each year. 

ARTICLE IX. OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES 
Section 1. The officers of the Association shall be a Moderator, Vice 
Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, and such others as may be author- 
ized by the Association. 

Section 2. All officers shall be members of a church affiliated with the 



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Association. 

Section 3. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion shall hold any 
position within the Associational organization. 

Section 4. The officers shall be elected at the annual meeting of the 
Association, and these shall assume their duties at the close of the annual 
meeting during which they are elected and continue until their successors are 
elected and installed, unless removed for cause. The Moderator and Vice Modera- 
tor shall not serve more than two years in succession in their respective 
positions. The Clerk and Treasurer may not serve more than three years in 
succession. The Parliamentarian is appointed annually by the Moderator. 

Section 5. The Moderator shall preside over the annual meeting of the 
Association and begin each session punctually. He shall appoint such committees 
as may be authorized by the Constitution, or the Association, enforce the rules, 
preserve order, and exercise all prerogatives of a presiding officer according 
to parliamentary usage, and serve as chairman of the Associational Board, and ex 
officio member of all standing committees. 

Section 6. The Vice Moderator shall discharge the duties of the Moderator 
in his absence. 

Section 7. The Clerk shall keep a record of the proceedings of the Associa- 
tion, superintend the printing and distribution of the Minutes, keep on file the 
printed Minutes and other important papers of the Association. He shall act as 
secretary of the Associational Board. The Clerk shall be entitled to compensa- 
tion which shall be fixed by the Association. He shall obtain and edit the 
histories of two churches each year to be included in the Minutes, and shall 
maintain an up-to-date history of the Association. 

Section 8. The Treasurer shall receive all monies contributed to the 
Association, and shall make disbursements as authorized by the Association 
and/or the Associational Board and shall make regular reports to the Associa- 
tional Board and an annual report to the Association. 

Section 9. The Parliamentarian shall advise the Moderator on matters of 
rules or order and procedure at the annual sessions and the Associational Board 
meetings. 

Section 10. There shall be three trustees, one elected each year for a 
three -year term, who shall be the representatives of the Association in legal 
matters, and shall perform such other duties as the Association or Associational 
Board may prescribe. 

ARTICLE X. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

Section 1. The Associational Board shall consist of the general officers, 
the leaders of the Sunday SchooL Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, 
Brotherhood, Missions Development, Music, The Associational Church Media Organi- 
zation, the Chairmen of the Standing Committees, the Director of Missions, each 
active pastor and two lay members elected from each member church. The names of 
the lay members shall be duly certified by notifying the Associational Clerk. 

The Associational Directors of Sunday SchooL Church Training, Woman's 
Missionary Union, Brotherhood, Missions Development, Music and TACMO are elected 
for a four-year term and are eligible for re-election. 

Section 2. The Associational Board shall act for the Association in the 
interim between annual sessions. It shall carry out the policies and will of 
the Association as so expressed. It shall meet as often as it may elect for the 
effectual performance of its duties. It shall have the power to fill vacancies 
among officers, committees, and organizational workers of the association and 
committees of the Associational Board that may occur during the year. It shall 
make a full and complete report of its work at each annual meeting of the 
Association. 

Section 3. The Associational Board shall have an administrative arm known 
as the Executive Committee, chaired by the Moderator and composed of the Modera- 
tor, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Chairman of Trustees, 
Chairmen of Audit, Camp, Constitution, Finance, Public Relations, Nominations, 
Personnel and Radio & TV Committees, two pastors at large, and the Director of 

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Missions. 

This committee shall meet periodically between sessions of the Associational 
3oard, to handle administrative details with the Director of Missions, interpret 
policy as needed by the Director of Missions, and strive for a smooth operation 
of the Associational Program. 

This committee shall employ, with the approval of the Board of the Associa- 
tion, a Director of Missions and shall exercise general supervision of his work. 
The committee shall perform such other duties and services as the Board or 
Association may direct. 

Section 4. The Associational Board shall have a programming arm known as 
the Associational Council, chaired by the Director of Missions and consisting of 
Directors of Sunday School, Church Training, Music, Woman's Missionary Union, 
Brotherhood, Missions Development, Evangelism, Stewardship, TACMO, Youth, 
Christian Life, Seminary Extension, Deacons, and Ministerial Care. 

This Council shall meet quarterly to correlate the activities, programs and 
emphases of the various organizations, plan a tentative calendar to be approved 
by the May Board Meeting and by the annual session of the Association. 

This Council keeps individual programming in perspective by keeping sight 
of the whole program, purpose, and goals of the association. The Council 
provides the means whereby the association can have a comprehensive, well- 
balanced program, custom-designed to reflect the goals and priorities of the 
Association. 

BYLAWS 

ARTICLE I. COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

Members of the committees shall be selected from the membership of those 
churches cooperating with the Association and shall serve a term of three years. 
All standing committees of the Association shall have one-third of its members 
rotating off each year and persons serving less than one and one-half years 
shall have the opportunity to be renominated to serve a full term. A period of 
one year must elapse before an individual can serve on the same committee again. 
A church should not be represented more than once on a standing committee at any 
given time. Every church in the Association should be represented on at least 
one committee of the Association. 

The Moderator and the Director of Missions shall be ex officio members of 
all standing committees. 

Section 1. THE ANNUAL MEETING COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to arrange the program for the annual meeting. It shall 
be the duty of this committee to receive or solicit invitations for the place of 
meeting of the annual session for the following year. It shall also recommend 
to the Association in annual meeting a place(s) of meeting(s), along with a 
preacher and alternate for the sermon, for the following year. The Music 
Director shall serve as ex officio. 

Section 2. THE CAMP COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members whose 
duty it shall be to direct the development and use of the property with the 
advise and consent of the Associational Board. It shall be the duty of this 
committee to submit a name annually to the Nominations Committee for the position 
of Camp Director. 

Section 3. THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to make use of material and programs suggested by the 
Christian Life Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention and the Christian 
Life and Public Affairs Council of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina 
and other available means to encourage high standards of Christian living in the 
local churches and their communities. The presidents of Singles 30-50, Singles 
Over 50, and Senior Adults shall serve as ex officio members of the committee. 

Section 4. THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to study and recommend changes in the constitution and 
bring reports as necessary to the Association. 

Section 5. THE DEACONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members whose 



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duty it shall be to plan and carry out meetings and activities for the informa- 
tion and inspiration of deacons. 

Section 6. THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to encourage evangelism in the churches, including the 
enlistment and training of laymen in witnessing, to initiate and carry out 
Association evangelism efforts, to cooperate with area crusades when feasible, 
and to utilize the full resources of the Association by coordinating its efforts 
with other Association committees and organizations in their evangelistic 
outreach knowing that Christ saves the whole man to a wlhole life of discipleship. 

Section 7. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members. The 
Treasurer shall serve as an ex officio member. 

This committee shall present a tentative budget at the annual meeting 
representing a definite budget at the February Board meeting and devise plans 
for raising the budget. It shall also review applications from churches for 
State Missions funds for presentation to the Associational Board as requested by 
the Missions Committee. 

Section 8. THE MINISTERIAL CARE COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members to facilitate support groups for pastors, church staff and spouses. 
This committee will also seek to assist churches in development of special 
ministries and church administration services. 

It shall also serve as a referral, conduct special projects and activities 
which will minister to needs of people. 

The committee shall also assist churches in determining adequate financial 
support and benefits for ministers. 

Section 9. THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members 
whose duty it shall be to present nominations to the Association for all general 
officers and committeemen (except the Director of Missions as heretofore pro- 
vided). 

This committee shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Board for 
approval and to the Association for election, the officers of Brotherhood, 
Sunday School, Woman's Missionary Union, Church Training, Music CounciL Missions 
Development, and Library organizations (TACMO). This committee will receive 
from the seven organizational committees and present for approval at the February 
Board meeting the names of nominees for leadership. 

Following the same procedure, the remaining officers of the seven organiza- 
tions shall be presented for approval to the May Board meeting. The names of 
all general organizational officers shall be presented to the Association for 
election. 

It shall also present nominations to the Associational Board to fill any 
vacancy in the offices for which it nominates to the Association. 

Section 10. THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
who shall act in an advisory capacity for churches or for ministerial students 
seeking counsel concerning ordination. The committee shall assist in the 
examination of candidates for the ministry only after their call to some specific 
position in Christian service, and shall refrain from announcing the date for 
ordination until after approval of the candidate. 

Section 11. THE PERSONNEL COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
elected for a three-year term with one member rotating off the committee each 
year. It shall be the duty of this committee to suggest policies relating to 
holidays, sick leave, vacation, retirement, and other benefits for all paid 
employees. They shall prepare and update as necessary job descriptions for all 
staff personnel. In full cooperation with the Director of Missions, recruit, 
interview, and recommend to the Executive Committee employment of all new staff 
personnel. Before June of each year have at least one evaluation session with 
each employee in line with Job Description, and hear suggestions from the 
employee for improving the work or relationships which have already been 
discussed. Develop and recommend salaries and benefits for employed staff 
personnel to the Executive Committee to recommend to the Finance Committee. 
Develop and recommend to the Executive Committee policies and procedures for paid 
and volunteer staff and personnel administration. 



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Section 12. THE PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members, whose duty it shall be to build the image of the Association by the 
development of appropriate information/communication vehicles in the churches 
and community. It shall also promote the annual observance of Associationa 1 
Emphasis Week (May) in the churches of the Association. 

Section 13. THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members whose duty it shall be to work with local stations in securing of time, 
to promote programs of religious and denominational interest, and to encourage 
the churches to use the media of radio and television with particular attention 
to ACTS (American Christian Television System, Inc.) and BTN (Baptist Telecom- 
munications Network). 

Section 14. THE STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members, 
whose duty it shall be to encourage and stimulate when possible the offerings 
from the individual churches to State, Home, and Foreign Missions as well as the 
Cooperative Program, to urge the churches to undergird their church staff members 
through the Annuity Board retirement plans, to promote tithing by individual 
church members, and to encourage the members of the churches to be Christian 
stewards of their possessions after death through wills and bequests to denomina- 
tional objects. 

Section 15. THE YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members, whose duty it shall be to provide or sponsor periodic events or emphases 
for or with the youth of the churches. 

Section 16. THE AUDIT COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members who 
shall be responsible for the reviewing of the Treasurer's records and the 
presentation of an annual committee report to the Association. The Audit 
Committee need not perform the review themselves but may arrange for the review, 
compilation, or audit by professionally trained accountants. The members of the 
committee shall be elected each year on a rotating basis. 

ARTICLE II. RULES OF ORDER 
The following rules shall govern deliberations in the meetings of the 
Association and Associational Board. 

(1) The official transaction of business in all regular meetings of the 
Association and Associational Board shall be by the affirmative majority vote of 
members present and voting, except in matters relating to the Constitution, or 
withdrawing fellowship from any cooperating church, and of seating messengers 
from those churches desiring to cooperate with the Association. In called 
meetings of the Association and the Associational Board a number representing a 
majority of the cooperating churches shall be necessary to constitute a quorum. 

(2) A messenger wishing to speak shall rise and address the presiding 
officer. He shall confine himself strictly under the consideration and shall 
avoid all personalities. No messenger shall speak more than twice on the same 
subject without special permission. The request to consider a resolution from 
any messenger of the association will be considered out of order. 

(3) All motions seconded shall be definitely stated by the presiding 
officer, or at his request read by the Clerk before the vote is taken. 

(4) The order of business of the annual meeting shall be recommended by 
the Annual Meeting Committee as soon as possible during the first session. When 
adopted this report shall become the program and cannot be changed except by 
vote of the Association. 

(5) All questions of order shall be decided on the basis of the most 
recent edition of Robert's Rules of Order. 

ARTICLE III. ADVISORY TO THE BOARD 
The members of the State General Board from this Association and the Baptist 
Student Union chaplains of the educational institutions within the area of the 
Association shall be invited to sit with the board in an advisory capacity. 



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ARTICLE IV. AMENDMENTS 

The Bylaws may be amended by a majority of those present and voting at any 
annual meeting of the Association. 

This Constitution may be revised at any Annual Session of the Association 
upon affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members present and voting, provided 
the proposed revisions shall have been presented in writing to the Associational 
Board prior to the Annual Meeting, then presented to the Association on the 
first day of the Annual Meeting with the approval vote being taken on the second 
day. 



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YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

FORTY-FIRST ANNUAL SESSION 
OCTOBER 23 8 24, 1989 





CHURCHES LABORING 
TOGETHER WITH GOD 

MODERATOR FRANK SHIPP 

VICE MODERATOR ERNEST H, FERRELL 

PROGRAM CHAIRMAN RONALD H, HARRISON 

MUSIC DIRECTOR H. RAN WHITLEY 

DIRECTOR OF CHURCH AND 

COMMUNITY MINISTRIES FAYE 0. BASSETT 



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MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 23, 1989 
PLAINVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH 

THEME: YATES ASSOCIATION: CHURCHES LABORING TOGETHER WITH GOD 
6:50 Organ Prelude 

7:00 Special Music Ephesus Baptist Church Choir 

7:10 Call to Order Frank Shi pp 

Greetings and Prayer Ron Harrison 

Annual Meeting Committee Report 

Constitution Committee Report Hugh O'Shields 

Missions Development Committee Report Rich Erwin 

Hymn "ChuAchej> In AAAoclcution" Nettleton 

7:20 Recognition of New Pastors and Staff Persons Frank Shi pp 

7:35 Director of Church and Community Faye Oakley Bassett 

Ministries Report 

Hymn 472 "My Savioi Firut 01 All" I Shall Know Him 

7:50 Introduction of Speaker Don Bowden 

Special Music Plainview Baptist Church Choir 

8:00 Inspirational Message Robert and Phyllis Foy 
8:30 Benediction 

Minister of Music H. Ran Whitley 

Organist Catherine Smith 

Pianist Amanda Wilkerson 



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TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1989 
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH 

THEME : YATES ASSOCIATION: CHURCHES LABORING TOGETHER WITH GOD 



i:00 



9:15 



10:40 
11:00 

11:30 



Organ Preluce 

Call to Order Ernest Ferrell 

Hymn "CkuJickoj* In A& 6 o clcUlon" Hymn To Joy 

Greetings & Prayer Frank Zedick 

Sunday School Report Ron Harrison 

Church Training Report Ginger Stanhope 

Music Committee Report H. Ran Whitley 

WMU Report Sandra Harrison 

Brotherhood Report Don Bowden 

Constitution Committee Report Hugh 0'Shields 

Missions Development Program Report Rich Erwin 

Camp Committee Report George Love 

Baptist Student Ministries Report Ted Purcell 

Executive Committee Report Frank Shipp 

Personnel Committee Report Jesse Croom 

General Board Report Everette Smith 

Audit Committee Report Larry Giles 

Finance Committee Report Frank Zedick 

Nominations Committee Report Frances Dorrity 

Annual Meeting Committee Report Ron Harrison 

Evangelism Committee Report Richard Hayes 

Search Committee Report James Murphy 
Denominational Representatives 
Miscellaneous Business 

Special Music Anne Donovan, Soprano 

Patti Lingafelt, Organist 

Hymn 265 "God oh Gncicn and God oh Gloiy" CWM Rhonnda 

Introduction of Speaker Richard Hayes 

Inspirational Message Dale Cross 

Benediction & Blessing 



Minister of Music 
Organist 



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H. Ran Whitley 
Patti Lingafelt 



TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 24, 1989 
UNIVERSITY BAPTIST CHURCH 

THEME: YATES ASSOCIATION: CHURCHES LABORING TOGETHER WITH GOD 



7:00 



7:30 
8:00 



8:30 



Organ Prelude 
Call to Order 

Hymn "ChunchzA In At>AocA.cutLon" 

Greetings & Prayer 

Special Music 
Metro Thrust Report 

Introduction of Speaker 

Scripture 

Anthem 

Annual Sermon 

Hymn 159 "Be.ne.ath the Cnoa oi J&aua" 
Registration 
Miscellaneous Business 
Special Awards 

Lay Leader of the Year 

Minister of the Year 

Church of the Year 



Frank Shi pp 
Beecher 
Roy Carroll 
The Singing Yatesmen 
Frank Shipp 

Linwood Tew 
Robert D. Weatherly 
Westwood Baptist Church Choir 
E. McMillan Bare 
St. Christopher 
Dot Hicks 

Faye 0. Bassett 



9:00 



Home Mission Board Award 
1989 Jewell Beal Award 



Hymn 269 
Benediction 



Harold Hime 

"In CfovUt Thanz U No Ecut on Wut" St. Peter 



Minister of Music 
Organi st 



H. Ran Whitley 
Gary Crow 



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PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS 



Rev. E. McMillan Bare 
Mrs. Faye Oakley Bassett 



Rev. Donald L. Bowden, 
Dr. Roy Carroll 
Dr. Jesse Croom 
Dr. Dale Cross 

Rev. Gary Crow 
Rev. Scott Cureton 
Mrs. Anne Donovan 
Mrs. Frances Dorrity 
Mr. Richard Erwin 
Rev. Ernest Ferrell 
Ms. Nancy Fontaine 
Mrs . Phyl 1 i s Foy 

Mr. Robert Foy 

Mr. Larry Giles 
Rev. Ronald H. Harrison 
Mrs. Sandra Harrison 
Rev. Richard T. Hayes 
Mrs. Dorothy Hicks 
Dr. Harold Hime 

Mrs. Jean Howerton 
Rev. Patti Lingafelt 
Mr. George Love 
Dr. James I. Murphy 
Rev. E. Hugh O'Shields 

Dr. Ted Purcell 

Mr. Frank Shipp 
Mrs. Catherine Smith 
Rev. Everette Smith 
Mrs. Ginger Stanhope 
Mr. Linwood Tew 
Rev. Robert D. Weatherly 
Dr. H. Ran Whitley 

Miss Amanda Wilkerson 
Dr. Frank Zedick 



Jr. 



Mini ster 
Lay 

Lay 



Pastor, Westwood Baptist Church 
Director, Church & Community Ministries 
Yates Baptist Association 
Pastor, Lowe's Grove Baptist Church 
University Baptist Church 
Pastor, Carrboro Baptist Church 
Director, Associational Evangelism Department 
Home Mission Board, SBC 
Minister of Music, University Baptist Church 
Minister of Music, Westwood Baptist Church 
Durham Memorial Baptist Church 
Mount Hermon Baptist Church 
Minister of Education, Carrboro Baptist Church 
Pastor, Bethesda Baptist Church 
of Music, Ephesus Baptist Church 
Leader, Peninsula Baptist Church 
South Yadkin Association 
Leader, Peninsula Baptist Church 
South Yadkin Association 
Farrington Road Baptist Church 
Pastor, Plainview Baptist Church 
Plainview Baptist Church 
Pastor, Park View Baptist Church 
Trinity Baptist Church 
Church & Community Ministries 
Home Mission Board, SBC 
Minister of Music, Plainview Baptist Church 
Minister of Music, Lowe's Grove Baptist Church 

Grace Baptist Church 
Pastor, Hope Valley Baptist Church 
Assoc., Music/Administration 
Bethesda Baptist Church 
Chaplain, Baptist Student Center 
Duke University 
Holloway Street Baptist Church 
Organist, Plainview Baptist Church 
Interim Pastor, Lystra Baptist Church 
Durham Memorial Baptist Church 
Westwood Baptist Church 
Pastor, Mount Moriah Baptist Church 
Associate Minister 
Durham Memorial Baptist Church 
Pianist, Plainview Baptist Church 
Pastor, Grace Baptist Church 



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REPORT OF DIGEST OF CHURCH LETTERS 

October 1, 1988 - September 30, 1989 

10/1/87 
9/30/88 



CHURCH, CHAPEL, 

& MISSION MEMBERSHIP: 

1. Total Number of Churches 

2. Total Membership Reported 

3. Total Added to Membership 

... By Baptism 

... By Letter, etc. 

ORGANIZATION ENROLLMENTS: 

1. Sunday School 

2. Church Training 

3. Church Music 

4. WMU 

5. Baptist Men 

6. Vacation Bible School 

7. Backyard Bible Clubs 

REPORT OF CHURCH GIFTS, ETC. 

1. Receipts (Budget & 

Designated) 

2. Associational Budget 

Offerings 

3. Cooperative Program 

4. Grand Total Gifts 

to Missions 



54 

30,498 

346 
941 



15,509 
2,972 
3,988 
2,981 
1,200 
4,772 
369 



10,385,954 

155,496 
673,928 

1,378,347 



10/1/88 
9/30/89 



54 

30,575 



388 
812 



15,611 
2,481 
3,937 
3,266 
1,338 
4,923 
277 



10,391,834 

156,335 
793,815 

1,508,948 



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MINUTES OF THE ANNUAL SESSION 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

OCTOBER 23-24, 1989 
FIRST SESSION 

The first session of the Forty-First Annual Session of the Yates Baptist 
Association was held on Monday evening, October 23, 1989 at Plainview Baptist 
Church. 

The evening began at 6:50 p.m. with an organ/piano prelude by Catherine 
Smith and Amanda Wilkerson and special music by the adult choir from Ephesus 
Baptist Church. 

Moderator Frank Shipp called the meeting to order at 7:15 p.m., and thanked 
Plainview for hosting the first session of the meeting. The theme of this 
year's session is "Churches Laboring Together With God." 

Rev. Ron Harrison, pastor of the host church, extended greetings to everyone 
and stated that hosts and hostesses were available to assist. His scripture was 
taken from Luke, Chapter 19, on the Master and the pounds, followed by prayer. 

Rev. Ron Harrison, chairman of the Annual Meeting Committee, moved that the 
printed program be accepted as the agenda for the annual session. No second 
needed and motion carried. 

Hugh 0' Shields, chairman of the Constitution Committee, read the recommended 
changes in the By-Laws, Article I, Section II, the word "retirement"; Article I, 
Section 16, Audit Committee changes; and Article II, Section II, resolutions 
(printed on pages 60-61). These changes would be voted upon at the business 
session held on Tuesday morning, October 24, 1989 at Grace Baptist Church. 

The congregation sang the new hymn "Churches In Association" led by minister 
of music, H. Ran Whitley. 

Mr. Rich Erwin, chairman of Missions Development Committee presented the 
following recommendations. 

1) The Mission Development Committee, Executive Committee and Association 
Board recommend that North Durham Baptist Church be accepted into full 
membership of Yates Association after one year under watchcare. Motion 
seconded by Clay Warf, pastor of Temple Baptist. Motion carried. 

2) The Mission Development Committee, Executive Committee and Association 
Board recommend that Sunrise Baptist Church (formerly Southern Chapel of 
Chapel Hill) be accepted into full membership of Yates Association after one 
year under watchcare. Motion seconded by Danny Glover, pastor of Cresset 
Baptist Church. Motion carried. 

Moderator Frank Shipp asked representatives from each church to stand and 
welcomed them into the association. Their messengers were now eligible to vote 
in the business session. 

Moderator Frank Shipp requested that all new pastors and staff personnel 
come forward and introduce themselves and give their place of service. 



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George Johnson, pastor of Parkwood Baptist Church 

Charles Morales, part -time/full-time pastor and serving as janitor of 
Parkwood Baptist Church 

Marc Francis, part-time associate pastor at Bethesda Baptist Church while 

attending Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary 

Mike Horner, youth minister at Bethesda Baptist Church 

Tom Doss, minister of music at Guess Road Baptist Church 

David Smith, pastor at Guess Road Baptist Church 

James Shaw, pastor at Mount Pisgah Baptist Church 

Jeffrey Wisdom, pastor at Angier Avenue Baptist Church 

Beth Wood, minister of music at Immanuel Baptist Church 

Rodney Chaney, pastor at Sunrise Baptist Church 

Faye Bassett, director of Church and Community Ministries, shared from her 
report on pages 67-68. We are truly a group of churches "Laboring Together With 
God." The Holy Spirit gives gifts to all members of the body of Christ. The 
task of the church is to inventory these gifts, affirm them, and call them into 
ministry. Thank you for your help in the work of ministry this year. Let us 
continue to minister to those who come our way. Thank you for the opportunity 
to minister to: 

1) A woman with sickle cell anemia. Pray for her. 

2) An abandoned mother and her two children. Pray for them. 

3) The heroin addict, that he will turn his life over to Jesus and be able 
to rid his life of drug problems. Pray for him and his wife that she 
will continue to be strengthened. 

Thank you for all the help you have given in the work during the year. We 
are truly thankful for those assisting in the Toy Store, Day Camp and other 
ministries done during the year. Durham Memorial has opened their doors for the 
exciting ministry to Hispanics which is now ready to begin holding Sunday School 
and worship services. The disaster relief funds have reached $9,548.08 and some 
churches probably have not sent in their monies at this time. Crisis ministry 
continues to grow as we reach out, touch, and provide cups of cold water and 
share the good news of a living Savior. Thank you, Audrey Gordon, for all the 
work you have done in your ministry as Mission Act ion/ Personal Witnessing 
Director for Association WMU. Audrey worked with the migrant ministry and did a 
terrific job with assistance from many volunteers. Thank you people for 
supporting her and the office staff. You are a great group. 

The hymn "My Savior First of All" was sung by the congregation. 

Rev. Don Bowden introduced Robert and Phyllis Foy who brought inspiration 
through personal testimonies and their involvement in mission ministry. 

Special music was presented by the adult choir of Plainview Baptist Church 
led by Jean Howerton, minister of music. 

Phyllis Foy spoke using scripture from I Peter. She had been involved 
because God had given her the gift of hospitality and mercy. We are to reach, 
teach and touch as we go. Robert Foy's message was to those who are not involved 
in ministry. He had spent some 18 years in a dull, boring christian life feeling 
he had no useful gifts before he realized that he could use what he had to serve 
God. After reading Exodus where God asked Moses, "What is that in your hand" he 
realized he could use his talents as an electrician to help those in need and, be 
a witness through voluntary missions. When we become one with God we can do 
more. 

Moderator Frank Shipp asked that everyone be sure to register and turn in 
their cards before leaving. The next meeting would be at Grace in the morning 

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and at University in Chapel Hill on Tuesday evening. The session closed at 8:42 
p.m. with prayer led by Clay Warf of Temple Baptist Church. 



SECOND SESSION 

The second meeting of this Forty-First Session was held at Grace Baptist 
Church, beginning at 9:00 a.m. with an organ prelude by Pattie Lingafelt. 

Vice-Moderator Rev. Ernest Ferrell called the meeting to order and thanked 
the pastor and people of Grace Baptist for hosting this meeting. 

The hymn, "Churches In Association" was sung by the congregation. 

Dr. Frank Zedick, pastor of Grace, brought greetings to the group. We are 
proud to be a part of Yates Baptist Association and extend the full use of the 
facilities of Grace Baptist Church to you. Led in prayer. 

Rev. Ron Harrison presented the Sunday School report for Rev. Raymond 
Johns. Rev. Harrison emphasized that according to Matthew 28 Jesus gave us the 
job description of the church. We are to be going, evangelizing and discipling 
and the ASSISTeam stands ready to find the edge. He moved that the report be 
accepted. (Report on page 53). Motion carried. 

Ginger Stanhope, church training director, presented the report stating that 
one church had reorganized church training during the year. She moved that the 
report be accepted (report on page 54). Motion carried. 

Dr. Ran Whitley, music director, presented the report listing the following 
dates of events during the year: January, Literature exchange and fellowship; 
March, Children's choirs; August, Volunteer leadership meeting. He stated that 
this was his third and final year as director and he would lend his support to 
Kathie Wilkinson the new music director. Yatesmen to sing at evening session. 
He moved that the report be accepted (report on pages 57-58). Motion carried. 

Sandy Harrison, WMU director, presented the report using the WMU watchword 
from Isaiah 48:6, "Thou hast heard, see all this; and will not ye declare it? I 
have shewed thee new things from this time, even hidden things, and thou didst 
not know them." We believe this scripture. On September 9, 1989 over 2000 
leaders of WMU met at Bethesda Church for training. During the year there were 
11 new organizations started, four of which were Baptist Young Women. Migrant 
work was started and we are thankful to our Mission Act ion/ Personal Witnessing 
Director, Audrey Gordon, for her work in this ministry. We extend our thanks to 
Red Mountain Baptist Church for allowing us to use their facilities for this 
ministry and all the volunteers that assisted in reaching these families. Four 
families have chosen to stay in the Red Mountain area and we will continue to 
minister to them. We must keep telling the story of Jesus. She moved that the 
report be accepted as printed on pages 55-57. Motion carried. 

Rev. Don Bowden, brotherhood director, presented the report. He gave the 
following dates for events. October 7, special training was held at Cresset 
Church. This involved Area 4 and 11 associations were represented. Training 
was offered in 9 or 10 different ministries. Monday, October 30, a joint WMU 
and Brotherhood Foreign Mission Institute will be held at Hope Valley. On 
November 10 at Cresset Baptist Church will be a Brotherhood Rally. We hope to 
have 100 in attendance. He moved that the report be accepted (report on page 
54). Motion carried. 



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Hugh O'Shields, chairman of the Constitution Committee, made the following 
recommendations as found on pages 60-61. 

1) Bylaws, Section I, Article I - Change added the word retirement. 
Motion carried. 

2) Article I, Section 16 - Audit committee requirements changes. Motion 
carried. 

3) Article II, Section 2 - Resolutions. This action was necessary to 
bring constitution in line with action already taken in annual session 
several years ago. 

Mr. Rich Erwin, chairman of the Missions Development Committee, presented 
the report. Missions Development Program is involved in many ministries. Two 
new churches, North Durham and Sunrise, were added to the association by vote at 
last night's meeting. He moved that the report be accepted (report on pages 
62-63). Motion carried. 

Mr. George Love, chairman of the Camp Committee, reported that a work day 
was held and only three people showed up to he^p. Mr. O.C. Mitchell will do one 
item on the list. Three weeks ago a road was completed to the lake. This would 
allow for canoeing. New curtains are needed for the lodge. He moved that the 
report be accepted (report on page 59). Motion carried. 

Rev. Ted Puree 11 gave a report on Baptist Student ministries. He became 
the new Baptist Campus Minister at Duke on September 1, 1989. This is a 
half-time bi-vocational position, he lives in Raleigh and commutes. Bob Phillips 
is the Baptist Campus Minister at UNC. Campus ministry is the church beyond its 
ministry. Campus ministry is not a distant cousin but a part of the ministry. 
It is like a ministry on parade the people are in transition, internal transition 
(moving inside of the ministry). There are ministries on 41 campuses with 17 
having full-time BSU ministers. Vice-Moderator Ernest Ferrell thanked Mr. 
Puree 11 for his report. 

Executive Committee report was referred to by Vice Moderator Ernest Ferrell 
for Moderator Frank Shipp. Asked that since he was presiding and presenting 
report someone make the recommendations. Richard Conover recommended that the 
report be accepted and it was seconded by Gerald Goodwin. Motion carried. 
(Report found beginning on page 51.) 

Dr. Jesse Groom, chairman of Personnel Committee, referred to the 
committee's report (pages 63-64) stating that Item 3, recommendation for buying 
an additional computer was not in the budget for 1990. This item has been taken 
care of without being included in the budget. Recommended that the report be 
accepted as printed. Motion carried. 

Rev. Everette Smith reporting: The General Board meets three times a year. 
He and Crate Jones are representatives for the association. Glenn Hope, pastor 
of First Baptist Church of Fayetteville, NC, has been elected as president of the 
Board. Listed two items to be presented at next meeting: 1) recommendations 
for changing the name of Wingate College to Cannon Wingate University, and 2) 
recommendations to elect Mack Roberts as a candidate for president of Fruit land. 
Recommended that report be accepted (report on page 78). Motion carried. 

Larry Giles, chairman of Audit Committee, stated that this was not an audit 
report. The audit report has become too costly due to changes. A review 
statement has also gone sky high. This is a compilation report but gives the 
same good information. Report is printed on pages 69-70. 



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Dr. Frank Zedick, chairman of the Budget and Finance Committee, referred to 
the committee's report (pages 72-74) stating that a new balance sheet had been 
added and the totals on page 74 were at the close of financial statement on 
September 30, 1989. We have a good loan on our facilities but any interest adds 
up and anything your church could send above regular offering designated Resource 
Center loan would assist in lowering the amount of interest paid. He moved that 
the financial report and proposed budget be accepted as printed. Motion carried. 

Rev. Everette Smith presented the Nominations Committee report for Frances 
Dorrity found on pages 9-11. We have several vacancies to be filled. We are 
waiting for some answers. I move the adoption of this report as printed. 
Discussion: Fred Williams referred to page 14, Nancy Lassiter from Olive 
Branch Church. Corrections made note of and motion carried. 

Rev. Ron Harrison, chairman of Annual Meeting committee, referred to report 
on page 1. Host churches for 1990 will be Ridgecrest, Calvary and Mount Carmel. 
Annual preacher will be Rev. Bob Weatherly and alternate Rev. Charles Rutt. The 
committee chose to by-pass choosing any more speakers until a Director of 
Missions is called. His input would be sought in the calling of speakers. He 
moved the acceptance of this report. Motion carried. 

Rev. Rick Hayes, chairman of the Evangelism Committee, reported that in the 
spring of 1990 the association has agreed to be involved in "Here's Hope, God 
Loves You" revivals. Twenty-five of the 56 churches have signed up and there is 
still time for your church to be involved. Revivals are scheduled April 1-8, 
1990 and churches may schedule revivals four weeks either side of this date and 
still be counted. On November 2, 1989 there will be a meeting for pastors and 
staff and will be led by a state-trained resource person. A second meeting will 
be held on January 9, 1990 for chairpersons of each church steering committee. 
Recommended that report be accepted (report on page 61). Motion carried. 

Dr. James Murphy, chairman of the DOM Search Committee, gave the following 
report. Fifteen months ago the committee was appointed by moderator Frank Shipp 
and approved by the Executive Committee and Associational Board. As they began 
their work, they interviewed the staff at which time included Marvin Settle. 
Asked for input from all ministers, lay persons and written responses. All 
responses were considered. Bobby Stafford of the Baptist State Convention 
suggested that the committee read two books before beginning their work-Baptist 
Association: Churches on Missions Together and A Guide for Calling a Director 
of Missions. The committee consists of the following: Rev. Raymond Johns, Rev. 
Hugh O'Shields, Dr. Frank Zedick, Mrs. Sandra Harrison, Mrs. Louise Clements, 
Mr. Bob Atwater, with alternates Rev. Bob Weatherly and Mr. Earl Smith and 
himself. We outlined what we felt a Director of Missions should be. We received 
111 resumes and considered each one. We sought the leadership of the Holy 
Spirit. We are pleased to say we have a person to present for Director of 
Missions. We will meet with the Executive Committee and then call a board 
meeting for approval. We thank you very much for your prayers and support. 
Meeting with the Executive Committee has been set for October 30, 1989 at 12:00 
noon at the Resource Center. 

Vice-Moderator Ernest Ferrell asked that anyone having a report from 
agencies come at this time and present their report. 

Life Enrichment Center-Rev. Lyman Ferrell reporting that he was thankful 
for the support of the association in the area of pastoral counseling. This had 
been at Immanuel Baptist Church since 1982 and over 1500 hours of work had been 
done. We appreciate the hospitality of Immanuel Baptist Church and ask that 
individuals, churches and the association reconsider the financial support of 
this ministry. His analogy of this ministry was to a pastor needing counseling 
was as a soup kitchen to a hungry man. 



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Baptist Children's Home representative, Lou RusselL shared that the 
children's homes had many needs. The WMU and Food Lion Karts-f or-Kids project 
for the Cameron Boys Home was held again this year. Kennedy Home for children 
celebrated its 76 anniversary with 1600 guest attending. On November 18, 1988 
the Margaret Nowell Home for Girls was opened in Lenoir, NC and licensed to care 
for five girls. In July the Care Home for Girls opened to care for teenage 
girls and their babies. These two homes are a joint venture of the Children's 
Homes and Caldwell County Social Services. At the Baptist State Convention, 
November 13-15, 1989 the General Board will recommend reinstating the Thanks- 
giving Offering for the Children's Homes and dropping the Homes and Hospital 
offering. 

Three hymns were sung by the congregation to assist the meeting to get back 
on time. 

Faye Bassett was recognized for an announcement. On pages 45 of the Book 
of Report, item #2 these changes should be made. Strike chairman from Evangelism 
and Finance Committee. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Zedick were going to South Carolina 
and needed items to take to assist families of the Hugo disaster. Clean or new 
blankets, sweaters and jackets for men, women and children were needed. If you 
care to provide these items please bring to Grace Church before 5:00 p.m. on 
Wednesday of this week. 

Miscellaneous Business: None. 

Ran Whitley, minister of music, introduced the special music. Ann Donovan 
will sing two songs; "The Lord is My Shepherd" and "We Shall Behold Him" and 
Pattie Lingafelt would present organ instrumental. 

The hymn, "God of Grace and God of Glory" was sung by the congregation. 

Rev. Rick Hayes introduced the speaker Dale Cross, director of associational 
evangelism of the Home Mission Board. Dale Cross is a native of Jackson, 
Missouri. 

Dale Cross stated he had looked forward to this meeting for two years. He 
has been in Baptist Association work just about all his life. The Baptist 
Association was organized before the convention or mission organizations and the 
work of the association is important. He brought greetings from Dr. Larry Lewis, 
president of the Home Mission Board, the remaining staff, and approximately 3800 
home missionaries. He has been as a servant for home missions for 20 years and 
has found it a privilege to travel to many places to share ministry. Message 
came from Matthew 9:35-38. A profile in the life style of Jesus, as one of 
teaching, preaching and ministering, having compassion on those he saw. 

Vice-moderator Ernest Ferrell thanked Grace Baptist Church and the Group II 
churches for providing the meal. Registration cards need to be turned in. If 
you registered last night you do not need to register again. Rev. Ferrell 
thanked Dorothy Hicks, clerk, for her work during these meetings. Dr. Frank 
Zedick led in a blessing for the meal and prayer. The meeting adjourned at 
11:40 a.m. 



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THIRD SESSION 



The third and final meeting of this Forty-First Session was held on Tuesday 
evening, October 24, 1989 at University Baptist Church of Chapel Hill. 

The meeting began at 6:50 p.m. with an organ prelude. The session was 
called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Moderator Frank Shipp. He stated the theme was 
"Churches Laboring Together With God" and that we have had 41 years of service 
and hopefully many more years together in service. 

Greetings and prayer was given by Roy Carroll, deacon of University Baptist 
Church. On behalf of our church it is a privilege to welcome you. When we meet 
we are keeping something sacred alive. Read portions from the constitutions of 
three early associations dating to 1849. 

Special music was performed by the singing Yatesmen. "Standing on the 
Promises", "Let the Lower Lights Be Burning" and "Jesus My Lord". 

Moderator Frank Shipp stated that we took the liberty to move the order of 
service slightly to accommodate moving of the choirs. 

The hymn, "Churches in Association" was sung by the congregation. 

Frank Shipp, Co-chairman of Metro Thrust, gave the following report. Jesus 
focused his ministry toward the cities and we must also focus our ministry 
efforts to those in the cities. 

1) In January Faye Bassett and I sent to visit the Home Mission Board in 
Atlanta, GA to receive information concerning Metro Thrust. 

2) Brought the information to you, the associational board. 

3) Sixteen members serve on this committee. 

4) Ed Cope land came and visited with the committee. 

5) Committee divided into four subcommittees to collect data. 

6) Committee had retreat to compile information gathered. 

7) Shared plans with associational board. 

If we fail to make plans/dreams we are planning to fail. We know what the 
needs are, everyone needs to have a loving Savior. People need to know Jesus. 
Pray for this committee and the work that we need to do to reach others. 

Linwood Tew of Westwood Baptist Church introduced the speaker, Rev. Mac 
Bare, pastor of Westwood. Rev. Bare is from the western part of the state. He 
worked in the college ministry at First Baptist Church of Durham while attending 
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. 

Rev. Bob Weatherly, pastor of Mount Moriah Baptist Church, read scripture 
from Matthew 14:13 the feeding of the multitude with five loaves of bread and 
two fishes. 

Anthem was presented by the Westwood Baptist Church choir directed by Kevin 
Kennedy. 

Rev. Bare's message centered on people with needs. God's agenda focuses 
on people with needs and he commands that we minister to the needs of those 
around us. Yes, you! It's you and me, Jesus had no super stars. There are two 
issues we need to address, 1) discipleship and committment/accountability. Is 
your agenda "business as usual"? Let's choose God's agenda and see His Glory 
shine. 



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Dorothy Hicks, association clerk, reported the number of registrants this year 
as: 

Messengers 283 
Visitors 129 



GRAND TOTAL 412 



Faye Bassett, church and community ministries director, presented the 
special awards. They are as follows: 



Berea 10.7% 

Westwood 13.4% 

Faith 14.0% 

Ephesus 22.2% 

Homestead Heights 72.0% 

Hope Valley 84.7% 



Rev. Jay Fogleman, pastor 
Rev. Mac Bare, pastor 
Dr. Randall Pollock, pastor 
Rev. Woody Massey, pastor 
Rev. Deryl Holliday, associate pastor 
Dr. James Murphy, pastor 



Plaques were presented to the following: 



Lay Leader Award Mr. Foy King, Plainview Baptist Church 

Minister of the Year Dr. Frank Zedick, Grace Baptist Church 

Church of the Year Durham Memorial Baptist Church 

Dr. Gerald Goodwin, pastor 

Faye introduced a special guest to present a special award. Dr. Harold 
Hime of the Home Mission Board presented the Jewel Beall award. He stated that 
each year this award goes to one church west and one east of the Mississippi 
River. This year Temple Baptist Church is being presented this award for its 
work in the city. Dr. Clay Warf, pastor of Temple Baptist received the award as 
Dr. Hime read the inscription. 

Faye Bassett thanked the host churches and the churches in Group II for 
providing the meal. She also thanked Sherred Williams, Ran Whitley and the 
volunteers who assisted with various details. To Saundra Stallings and Kathy 
Thompson for their help as staff members. There was one last award to be made. 
This year a special award was presented to Frank Shipp for his work as moderator 
of the association. 



Moderator Frank Shipp was thankful for the opportunity to serve and that he 
had grown as a result of serving. He related that twenty years ago he could not 
have done this work. Thanked everyone for their help. 

The closing hymn was "God of Grace and God of Glory" followed by Rev. 
Ernest Ferrell, vice -moderator, leading the benediction. 



Thus, the Forty-First Annual Session ended at 8:45 p.m. 



Dorothy Hicks 
Clerk 



Meetings taped. 



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REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATION BOARD 



The Association Board is responsible to "act for the Association in the interim 
between sessions" and to "make a full and complete report of its work at each 
annual meeting." In fulfilling its responsibility, the Board held three meetings 
during the interim. Complete minutes of these minutes are available in the 
association office; however, highlights of the meetings are as follows: 

FEBRUARY 21, 1989 

1. Approved a revised budget, recommended by the Finance Committee, of 
$195,212. 

2. Approved a Nominations Committee report recommending for 1989-90 the 
following: 

Moderator Rev. Ernest Ferrell 

Evangelism Committee Rev. Danny Glover 

Finance Committee Mr. Travis Clements 

Ordinations Committee Chairman Rev. Ronald Cava 

3. WMU, Sandy Harrison, reported a successful "Baptist Woman for a Day" 
program held at Olive Branch Church in January. About 200 persons 
attended. 

4. Brotherhood, Candace Black, reported that 75 participated in the November 
RA Campout/Camp Craft Day 

5. Missions Development Committee, Rev. Rich Erwin reports: 

a: Korean Mission at Carrboro Baptist Church has a new pastor, Rev. 

Hun Moog Lim. 

b. New Jerusalem continues construction and needs volunteers to 
assist. 

c. Southern Baptist Chapel has located 6.5 acres of land to use for 
future construction. 

6. Evangelism Committee, Rev. Rick Hayes, reviewed the progress in preparing 
for 1990 Simultaneous Revivals. A rally will be held at Grey Stone Baptist 
Church, March 14. 

7. Search Committee, Dr. Frank Zedick responded that they continue to work. 
Three candidates have received serious consideration but the committee did 
not feel that either of these persons is God's person for our association. 

8. Faye Bassett, Church and Community Ministries, reported: 

a. Toy Store was successful with 69 families helped, 5 professions of 
faith, 38 churches participating. 

b. LAD magazine featured articles about Chris Harrison and the Toy 
Store. 

c. Mr. and Mrs. George Ray of Olive Branch were featured in a recent 
issue of Biblical Recorder. 

MAY 23, 1989 

1. WMU, Dot Hicks reporting, stated that the 40th Annual Meeting of the WMU 
held in April at Hope Valley was an exciting event. About 450 attended. 
Sixty-Five pastors and their wives were honored at the May Pastor's 
Appreciation Banquet held at Grace Church. 

2. Approved the Nominations Committee recommendation that Dr. Jerry Harper 
fill the unexpired term of Rev. Joe Zimmerman as Pastor-at Large. 

3. Search Committee, Dr. James Murphy summarized their progress. No recomen- 
dation is imminent. 

4. Associational Strategy Planning Committee, recommended by Frank Shipp, 
Moderator, was approved. This committee which shall lead the association 
in Metro Thrust and long range planning consists of: 

Mr. Frank Shipp, Co-Chm. Dr. Gerald Goodwin, Co-Chm. 

Ms. Brenda Riley, Secretary Mr. Bob Thompson 



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Dr. Frank Zedick Dr. Robert VVortham 

Rev. Michael Berryman Rev. Raymond Johns 

Rev. Ernest Ferrell Mrs. Sarah Pickens 

Mr. Hube Pickett Mrs. Nancy Bumgardner 

Mr. Lanny Harward Mr. Tal Lassiter 

Mr. Ward Setzer Mr. James Jones 

Ms. Bess Bush 

5. Approved a recommendation from Finance Committee "and Executive Committee 
that: 

a. Loan balance on Garrett Road property $226,000. Pay a fixed rate 
of 11.375% for 5 years (12 year loan) can renegotiate at any time 
during these five years. 

b. Pay $7,000 on loan out of reserve accumulated during absence of 
Director of Missions. 

c. Monthly payment would be $2,885 (an increase of $1,440 for 6 
months). 

SEPTEMBER 12, 1989 

1. Audit Committee, Larry Giles reporting, presented a compilation financial 
statement. This statement was accepted. 

2. Missions Development reports that North Durham Chapel, Southern Baptist 
Chapel and the Korean Mission are receiving pastoral assistance from 
Baptist State Convention. New Jerusalem continues construction. 

3. WMU, Sandy Harrison reported that 200 persons attended the Associational 
Leadership Conference at Bethesda Church in September. Migrant work began 
this summer at Red Mountain and Bahama area. 

4. Approved a recommendation from the Personne 1 Committee, Executive Committee 
and Camp Committee that the association employ Ken Sealy of Ebenezer Church 
as Camp Caretaker. Mr. Sealy is a student at Southeastern Seminary. 

5. Approved a motion made by Camp Committee, George Love reporting, that we 
spend up to $3,200 to repair the road at the camp. 

6. Faye Bassett reported: 

a. Spanish ministry has started at Durham Memorial. 

b. 31 churches were involved in Day Camp. 

c. A Yates Association church will receive the Home Mission Board 
Jewell Beall Award to be presented at Annual Meeting by Dr. Harold 
Hi me. 

OCTOBER 10, 1989 

1. The Missions Development Council, Tom Ellis reporting, recommended: 

a. North Durham Baptist Chapel, having completed a period of one year 
under watchcare status, be granted into full membership of the 
Yates Baptist Association. 

b. Sunrise Baptist Church (formerly Southern Baptist Chapel of Chapel 
Hill), having completed a period of one year under watchcare 
status, be granted into full membership of the Yates Baptist 
Association. 

Approved unanimously. 

2. Annual Meeting Committee, Faye Bassett reported the following schedule for 
our annual sessions: 

Plainview Baptist Church October 23 

Grace Baptist Church October 24 (a.m.) 

University Baptist Church October 24 (p.m.) 

3. Evangelism Committee, Rev. Fred Williams encouraged churches to continue 
preparations for "Here's Hope" 1990 Simultaneous Revivals. 

4. Camp Committee, George Love provided a list of camp needs and called for 
more volunteers to help upgrade the facility. 



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5. Constitution Committee, Rev. Hugh 0' Shields reporting, recommended three 
changes to the Bylaws (found on pages 36-37 of the Book of Reports). 

6. Search Committee; Dr. James Murphy summarized the committee's process and 
progress. He stated that they were working with a Director of Missions 
prospect currently. He asked for our continued prayerful support. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Frank Shipp, Moderator 



REPORT OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 

"There is a time for everything and a season for every activity under heaven." 
There is... a time for training and a time for putting that training to work. The 
ASSISTeam of Yates Association has been in training; Director Raymond Johns and 
Youth Coordinator Steve Parker attended the ASSI STraining Institute at First 
Baptist Church in Cary in February. Raymond Johns, Rev. Danny Glover, and Rev. 
Ron Harrison attended the Key Leadership ASSIST conference at Ridgecrest in May. 
Darlene Harrill, VBS Director, Irene Bagwell, and Steve Parker attended the VBS 
State Clinic held in Durham. Several churches have utilized the ASSISTeam's 
training and have held workshops in Sunday School Administration, Visitation/ Out- 
reach, Growth Spiral, Reaching Youth through Sunday School and other important 
Sunday School concepts. Darlene Harrill, VBS Director, supported by Rev. Robert 
Phillips, Rev. Allen Barlow, Rev. Michael Shumate, Dubba Kay Lucas, Faye Taylor, 
Irene Bagwell and Pam Bearden led in a VBS training clinic at Temple Baptist 
Church